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"My experience at Newton Chiropractic and Wellness Centre has been nothing short of a miracle! I get headaches and migraines that are sometimes debilitating I would say that almost every time after an adjustment, the headache is gone and if not gone, then greatly reduced. I have been to neurologists and other physicians who have prescribed anti-seizure medications, anti-inflammatory medications, narcotics, neck-braces and cortisone injections into my neck. As long as gentle, non-invasive treatments at Newton Chiropractic Centre take away the headaches, I wouldn't subject my body to toxic or invasive treatments! I feel like I have gotten my life back! It is amazing how such a gentle treatment can make such a huge difference! Last, but not least, the care and dedication and commitment to help their patients is phenomenal! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!" - T.B.A.

Headache_artistic_resized_web_1.JPG"I feel that my posture has greatly improved, and that my body automatically "adjusts" itself when needed. Chiropractic has especially helped me with my headaches. I used to take Tylenol or Advil at least 5 - 6 times a week. Now, I may take it twice a month. I have overcome trying to find time in a busy schedule by scheduling my appointments either during my lunch hour or on my way home from work. A surprise benefit of care was to be finally able to sleep better - I find my ability to relax in general has greatly improved. I am much better able now to handle stress and anxiety." - Darryl P.

"As a long time migraine sufferer (have been getting them since childhood) I can honestly say that I have not had a headache in over 1 month. This is absolutely amazing.  I have seen neurologist and tried many drugs to curb the headaches, and now they are just gone." - Coleen S.

"Since I've begun treatment my health has improved in many ways. The most dramatic benefit been the way my migraines have all but disappeared, Prior to treatment, I would have to take Imitrex shots to fend off nasty migraines that would sometimes last for 1-2 days. At least once a month, I would have to miss work due to my incapacitating headaches. Since January of 2001, I haven't had to use my Imitrex shots once!" - L.B.

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