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Take a look at what our patients have to say.  After all, wouldn't you rather hear it from your friends, family and neighbors?

Meet Jessica

Jessica, Dr. Fred & Dr. Jill's oldest daughter, has worked in many roles at the office but is now serving patients as the office manager.  

I am a chiropractic kid, so as you would expect, I have been adjusted all of my life. I don't remember my first adjustment, but I wouldn't, I was only a few minutes old. Since day one (literally), I have been under regular chiropractic care. You are probably thinking how easy that is because I have chiropractors as parents, which is true. However, even when I lived out of town, I found a chiropractor and went on a regular basis.


Growing up, I didn't get sick.  I never had colic as a baby or an ear infection as a toddler. I never had strep or the flu. I did have an occasional cold or stomach bug. I got the measles and a good case of the chicken pox. None of these required medical intervention or drugs. I was brought up to believe that an adjustment would help the body to heal itself. I was adjusted regularly and I got better quickly. I had exertional asthma when I was younger but it too was better with adjustments. As an adult, I am extremely healthy and rarely even have a cold. I am a chiropractic patient because, simply, it works. It keeps me healthy.

Now that I have my own family, this has not changed. My son was adjusted the day he was born. He had some birth trauma that, without chiropractic care, could have followed him for years to come. It is my #1 recommendation as a parent. Every child needs to be periodically checked by their chiropractor. If I can pass along only one piece of parental advice, it is chiropractic adjustments for your kids!


That being said, I recommend chiropractic for everyone because I see it help patients in our office on a daily basis. Sometimes it is something as simple as watching someone get out of a chair unassisted and without pain. Sometimes it is something truly amazing like watching a patient regain their health and ability to walk after suffering for months or years. When I was eight years old, I helped Dad out on Sunday evenings with emergency visits. I had to have patients print their names under where they signed in, because I didn't know how to read cursive writing yet. Even then, I knew enough to realize the value of chiropractic because I consistently saw amazing result and the compassionate way my parents treated each and every patient that walked in the door.


-- Jessica                                    Patient since 1984

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