Happy Holidays!

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As another year winds down, we would be remiss if we did not acknowledge each of you for sharing in our VISION of living in the most unsubluxated world possible. As increasing numbers of us care enough to maximize our performance through regular subluxation correction, we positively affect our community. And as more communities maximize their talents and abilities, we positively affect our state and our nation. And yes, if enough nations function positively and at their highest levels possible, maybe, just maybe, the world will be a little better because of it. And as a well known chiropractor Reggie Gold, was fond of saying, “If you’re not out to change the world, everything else is just Mickey Mouse!”

We wish you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous Holiday Season….and, THANK YOU for being part of our family. 

Dr. Daria
Dr. Joe

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