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By: Jacqueline H.
Arnone Specific Chiropractic
Prior to finding Dr. Arnone, I was suffering immeasurably with post-concussion syndrome from the head and neck injury itself which was made drastically worse by 7 months of general chiropractic care and numerous other doctors who had no answer for me at all!! There aren't many doctors who have this intricate level of expertise with correcting this area of the body. Arnone is passionate in both his field of study and the belief that every human being deserves to be well. He is compassionate, attentive, patient, encouraging, and sensitive to individual needs. Dr. Arnone meets you at the level of your health and lifts you higher through his care. He understands concussions and, with his expertise in the upper cervical area of the body, Dr. Arnone knows how to fix the actual head injury. His adjustments are safe, solid, and unlike anything you've ever seen done at a regular chiropractic. The benefits and results from his specific adjustments go far beyond concussions.
By: markandmichelle01
Arnone Specific Chiropractic
If you want the best natural treatment to correct your spine....this is the Doctor to see! Being a Specific Chiropractor, he can fix about anything from head to toe! My family has been receiving treatment for a year and a half and would NEVER consider ANY other Doctor to work on our spine. Do your research! Read up on what a Specific Chiropractor does. Your the best Dr. Arnone!!!
By: K B.
Donald E Binz MD
Great care and professional Doctor. He's taken care of our family and their families for over twenty five years. Always there when we need him. The best.
By: K T.
Donald E Binz MD
I think Ive finally found a caring, smart family doctor. Had my first 3 visits with him and couldn't be happier or more satisfied with his care.
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A physician's assistant is a person qualified to perform routine medical services. This individual is professionally licensed and certified, but they may not have the extensive med school education of a doctor.That said, PAs do complete almost three years of postgraduate study and more than 2,000 hours of rotations.

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