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Dr. Zachary Ward first discovered the power of spinal care after watching his little brother heal from debilitating pain. Now he practices a unique form of chiropractic care that offers you the opportunity to experience your body in a new, freer way. Contact him via social media or via the contact form to request a structural screening.

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Is it all about the money? Why does my chiropractor recommend return visits? (Q&A – 2)

A common question asked online by chiropractic patients (or potential patients) is about the need to return for repeat visits. Websites like Quora and Reddit have a large variety of posts regarding this subject. Without fail there is always the cynical answer from at least one participant who says that …

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10 cases of posture shift after chiropractic

Eight patients that showed posture shift associated with a positive change in symptoms – and two patients that didn’t

There is a lot of debate on the internet on how to improve and perfect your posture. Many of those participating in this debate have their opinions on the value of including chiropractic care. Some say that chiropractic care is an essential component of improving the balance of the spine …

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Why does my radiology report say normal but my chiropractor says there’s a problem? (Q&A – 1)

Sometimes there’s a mismatch between what a radiology report says about our x-rays vs. what a chiropractor says about the same images. We go over the reasons why this happens, and why it matters. And we look at what’s different when a medical doctor examines an x-ray and when a …

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Nature loves your curves: the clues of the patterns in your spine

The spiral is one of the most common patterns in nature. And many such spirals can even be measured to have similar proportions, sometimes called a golden ratio. If you want to read more about it, search the “Fibbonacci sequence in nature” in your favorite search engine, or check out this …

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