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By: maria.carrillo.908
Spine and Sports Wellness Clinic
I never had much faith in chiropractory, until a year ago when I developed a pinched nerve. My supervisor referred me to Dr. Vennell because I was in so much pain and utterly miserable. I am grateful for the referral. Dr. Vennell took x-rays and was able to show me what was causing the pain. Being able to fix it without medications was fantastic because shortly after the initial consultation, I found out I was pregnant and taking pain killers while taking being pregnant was not something I was too keen on. I continued to see Dr. Vennell throughout my pregnancy for the nerve and to adjust some of the pressure my pregnant body developed, making me so much more comfortable. Dr. Vennell has become just as important as the family doctor and treats my husband and infant son. I know it may sound strange to take an infant to the chiropractor but Dr. Vennell knows what he is doing and has helped to reduce my son's acid reflux and colic. Before his first adjustment, we were told by his doctor to give him Mylanta as needed, every four to six hours. I was concerned how much Mylanta he was taking because it seemed we were always giving him to help with his tummy. After the first adjustment, we went from giving him anti-acids every four to six hours to giving him a dose about once a month maybe. The adjustments have made life much easier and my son happier. I would recommend Dr. Vennell's clinic to family, friends, and anyone who is in pain.
By: Andrew S.
Spine and Sports Wellness Clinic
I have a condition called Psueto Tumor. I have severe and Chronic pressure headaches constantly. I've been to neurosurgeons, neurologists, specialists, OD's, and other chiropractors. None have been able or willing to help me. I've had pressure headaches for 15 years. Dr Vannell has done more research in the past 11 visits, and has done more to correct my body and spinal fluid flow causing the head aches to decrease daily. He is an awesome doctor who will do what he can to help heal you naturally. Thanks Doc for all you're doing!
By: kaylamartinez
Amarillo Pain & Accident Chiropractic Clinic
I recently started going here for my rib pain and I love them! It was my first time ever going to a chiropractor and Dr. Williams explained everything I needed to know. The ladies there are very nice! I definitely recommend them!
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By: Lily T.
Chiropractic Injury and Rehab Center
Dr Johnnie has amazing hand! I had neck and back pain because I have been sitting in the deck from my work for long hours everyday.I went to visit 2 times and every pain was relieved! So amazing thank you Doc!
By: kayandgerald
Amarillo Pain & Accident Chiropractic Clinic
Jeff is so gentle. I'm so happy I decided to go to him. The office staff are friendly and thorough. I feel so much for better now and highly recommend him. I especially like the fact that he is a Christian.
By: todd.stephens
Amarillo Pain & Accident Chiropractic Clinic
Doc and his staff are great. I would recommend these guys to anyone who has little ached and pains that you want to go away. Friendly and not pushy.
By: Angelboi A.
Chiropractic Injury and Rehab Center
Great Doctor, I had knee pain for years and after first visit i was almost completely pain free. Thank you dr johnnie for an awesome care.
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By: joyce.conner.942
Smith, Aubrey
In abt Dt! Of 84 my grandson ran out in front of a car, broke his Femor bone you did a fantastic job fixing it!
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