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Now Offering Chiropractic Care in Tenleytown

Apr 29, 2014 04:30AM

Melissa Windsor, DC is excited to announce that she is now offering chiropractic care at Restorative Health in Tenleytown. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. She also has a Masters in Applied Psychology from the University of Baltimore and a bachelors degree from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.

Chiropractic therapy is a safe, non-invasive approach to healing neck and back pain, and many other disorders connected to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. As patients who have tried chiropractic often find, in addition to relieving pain resulting from accidents, falls, heavy lifting or sitting with poor posture for extended periods of time, regular chiropractic care may also help to reduce stress, alleviate headaches, and improve general health and wellness. Chiropractic is a widely accepted holistic medical therapy that offers both specific pain relief and broad-spectrum healing.

How does chiropractic work? Chiropractic physicians use firm but gentle manual pressure, to restore proper structure and function to the spine. In addition to directly treating painful conditions that arise from injuries, chiropractic adjustments also address referred pain and dysfunction distant to the injury site, surprising patients with broader than anticipated benefits—increased energy, improved sleep and digestion, reduced anxiety and depression and reduced high blood pressure. Skilled chiropractic therapy offers the potential of broad spectrum holistic healing.         

For more information on how chiropractic care can help you, visit RestorativeHealth.org/Therapies/Chiropractic/. 

 

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