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Chiropractors In Novato

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Business Listing   9 Corners - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 209-9600

Business Listing   Anglade Margaret DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 883-3234

Business Listing   Associated Chiropractic - Novato, CA - Phone: (530) 898-6888

Business Listing   Au-Yang Susan DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 898-2266

Business Listing   Buzbuzian William Chiroprctr - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-0225

Business Listing   Dave Meltzer- DC - Meltzer Family Chiropractic - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-3283

Business Listing   Duff Bryan DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 898-3833

Business Listing   Eckhardt Kenneth L DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-2212

Business Listing   Egan John DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 883-8809

Business Listing   Goldsmith Larrie MADC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 897-2266

Business Listing   Hackett Chiropractic D C - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 209-6880

Business Listing   Hansen Brant DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-6399

Business Listing   Heslip Chiropractic - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 897-3200

Business Listing   Jacob Moses DC - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-0974

Business Listing   Marin Integrative Health Center - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 382-0300

Business Listing   North Bay Chiropractic & Acupuncture Center - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-0983

Business Listing   Novato Chiropractic - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-0974

Business Listing   Rogers Chiropractic And Massage Healing Center - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-2558

Business Listing   Studley James W Chirprctc - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 892-3924

Business Listing   Whittlesey Chiropractic - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 898-0889

Business Listing   Whittlesey Natural Health - Novato, CA - Phone: (415) 898-0889

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Helpful Definition for: Chiropractors

Chiropractors in Novato are practitioners of chiropractic, a form of alternative medicine; a therapeutic system based primarily upon the interactions of the spine and nervous system. Chiropractors adjust the segments of the spinal column as a method of treatment; they diagnose, treat and prevent mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Treatment also commonly includes exercise, physical therapy, massage, ice packs, moist heat, acupuncture, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, herbal remedies, biofeedback and lifestyle counseling. Chiropractors treat low back pain, neck pain, some forms of headache and some extremity joint conditions. Chiropractic is used as a complementary form of care to primary medical intervention in Novato.

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