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02/03/2016
By: Stacey S.
Innate Chiropractic
Dr Erik and his team are great. I'm in the early process of chiropractic treatment for anxiety, depression and PTSD. His team and him are always warm and welcoming. And also willing to answer any questions I have. They use state of the art and the most advanced equipment to help you feel better.
10/20/2014
By: mufflerguy
Clapper Chiropractic Center
I have to admit I was skeptical on chiropractic and have been to a couple different Chiropractic / Pain management places. Dr. Clapper will take the time to answer all your questions and concentrate on your specific needs. I was very happy with my outcome and would definitely recommend to others.
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