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  • Do you Suffer with Neck Pain?
    Do you suffer from neck pain? If you do, you're not alone. Nearly 75 percent of American adults will suffer from neck pain at some point in their lives. And, Read more
  • Breaking The Painful Ties That Bind
    What would you consider to be a standard of health? Flexibility. Musculoskeletal, chemical and emotional flexibility. You're born loose and you die stiff. Loss of motion in between is a Read more
  • SPORTS INJURIES and CHIROPRACTIC NEUROLOGY
    As a chiropractic neurologist and athlete, Dr. Ed Jennings has been able to provide a unique and valuable service to many amateur and professional athletes.   Recent advances Read more
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    ENERGYCARE TECHNOLOGIES Everything in the universe is made up of energy which is vibrating at precise specific frequencies. There are several different energies that exist, Read more
  • What is a Chiropractic Neurologist?
    What is a Chiropractic Neurologist? Within the Chiropractic profession, there are specialists in radiology, orthopedics, neurology, and physical rehabilitation. A Chiropractic Neurologist is a licensed chiropractor who has Read more

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