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05/20/2016
By: Robin H.
Nussbaum, Keith S
The Nussbaum Chiropractic office is one of the friendliest you'll ever find and Dr. Nussbaum has taken great care of both me and my son for the last 12 years. I'm a former athlete who had quite a few aches and pains and Keith has corrected them all to keep me healthy and enjoying an active lifestyle. Our son's body takes a beating from playing college hockey but Dr. Nussbaum has kept everything in alignment for him so he can continue to play at a high level free from injury or pain. If you want to stay active and healthy than Nussbaum Chiropractic is certainly worth a visit. You'll always leave the office with an aligned spine and a smile.
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