Weight Loss Clinic Of Ridgeland in Ridgeland, MS with Reviews - YP.com

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02/18/2016
By: Cami H.
Action Chiropratic
Dr Ivanov is the best. Why? He understands being a athlete bc he is a avid tennis player. He understands people's problems because he LISTENS TO THEM WHEN THEY TALK TO EXPLAIN THEIR ISSUES...He aims to get you better not to keep you around till you turn 90. He doesn't know he will find out. He is a sincere, caring Doctor. He has helped me through SI pain, shin splints, and plantar fasciitis. Thanks to him and the nice staff. Cami Hill RN/BSN
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02/21/2016
By: Charles A.
Action Chiropratic
I have had an awesome experience with Action Chiropractic Clinic (ACC). Philip Ivanov has taken the time with me to help determine the cause of my problem and a plan on getting back on track. I would recommend anyone to visit ACC for all their chiropractic needs.
02/17/2016
By: Langley H.
Action Chiropratic
Best experience I've ever had at a medical office. Staff was very informative and helpful and they got me in and out so quickly. Would highly recommend them to anyone who is experiencing pain. These guys can help!!
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02/18/2016
By: Suzanna M.
Action Chiropratic
I really feel better after coming here. Totally worth it! They also take Medicare. Initial X-rays not covered by Medicare though.
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People generally lose weight gradually and steadily (about 1 to 2 pounds per week) if they stick to a calorie-controlled plan. Increasing exercise can increase weight loss.
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Many people can see results in one to two weeks if they stick to their plan. Weight loss results vary from person to person and depend on factors such as starting size and caloric intake level. Including exercise in the program can accelerate weight loss.

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