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"I have been coming periodically to Newton Chiropractic and Wellness Centre since  1999.  Dr. Burke's practice has always assisted me with a general sense of well-being, more energy, and comfortable, efficient movement.  During one of my breaks from the practice I began experiencing painful, swelling in my left foot.  The pain was excruciating, limiting my mobility, and not responding to any modalities of treatment suggested by podiatrists or orthopedic physicians.  Back in late June '07, I asked Dr. Burke's opinion and began treatment.  By 7/14/07, I was once again walking without pain.  The swelling had resolved and I had taken off 15 pounds.  The treatment plan included adjustments, food plan, Ultra Clear PH, supplements, and wonderful foot massages by Gina was totally successful.  I am most impressed and appreciative!" - Linda B.R.N.

gymnist_arching_back_in_cloth_1.jpg"Before I came to Newton Chiropractic I had been experiencing debilitating pain in my left wrist from an injury I had received over a year and a half prior. Doctors were unable to treat my injury successfully or told me that the pain would go away.  The first time Dr. Burke worked on my wrists I was so shocked that within moments my injured wrist felt like its old self. It was so easy and my doctors had tried medication but never recommended a chiropractor. Because of the care I have received at Newton Chiropractic I feel fullyfunctional now. Only occasionally has soreness been of a discomfort to me after a visit, but I stuck with my treatment because everything from posture to breathing felt improved. I feel that Newton Chiropractic Centre has not only fixed my injuries and problems but brought my standard of living up. I hate to think what kind of life I would be living if I was not under treatment at Newton Chiropractic Centre." - Carolyn D.

"I had jammed my fingers several weeks ago and was experiencing pain and reduced mobility in those fingers. With one adjustment, I have nearly full range of motion with those fingers without the pain. I lived with the pain for several weeks that I could have had handled in about 5 minutes." - K.M.

"I have no more back or wrist pain at all. My shoulder isn't constantly tight and sore. It was very hard to fit in my work schedule at first, but I learned to work around appointments. I'm more aware of my body when standing resting, etc., and try to correct my posture and breath deeper". Andrea B.
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"I have come to Dr. Burke for care for over 15 years. She has effectively treated carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, neuromuscular pain, knee and calf injuries, surgery recuperation and emotional release. I also bring my children to her for quick walking pattern corrections. I frequently send my patients (pregnant) to her for sciatica, CTS, low back pain and pelvic adjustments. All report improvements. Dr. Julie Burke is an integral part of my health maintenance in life." - C.B.

"By participating one hundred percent in my wellness plan, I am not only experiencing freedom from sciatic pain, I now receive treatments for my foot tension and bunion pain that I never dreamed I could be free of…" - I.S.

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