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Davis Family Chiropractic is rated 5 out of 5.0 stars based on 20 review(s).

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Great staff and Dr. Davis knowledge and professionalism is wonderful.

- Kim R.

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Awesome as always. Feel like a brand new person afterwards

- Jamison Z.

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Dr. Davis has taken care of my family’s needs ranging from diet/nutrition to chiropractic services. He is flexible and patient, especially when my three-year- old decides she wants a last minute adjustment. I like that he embraced my oldest daughter’s passion of possibly being a chiropractor and allowed her to follow him for the day.

- Julie Simmons

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Dr. Davis has taken care of my family's needs ranging from diet/nutrition to chiropractic services. He is flexible and patient, especially when my three-year- old decides she wants a last minute adjustment. I like that he embraced my oldest daughter's passion of possibly being a chiropractor and allowed her to follow him for the day.

- Julie S.

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Dr Davis is awesome!! I recommend all of my friends and family to him all the time!

- Trisha C

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Adam and his staff are amazing! Feeling better every week!

- Todd Mullen

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Friendly helpful staff. Got me pain free in no time!

- Ashley Sidley

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They all listen to problems and they all work together for solutions.

- Micki Romano

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I Had an hour massage follow by an adjustment by Dr. Davis. Massage was awesome and Dr. Davis was then able to move things back into place. I usually feel better after the first or second visit and he doesn’t keep you going back for multiple treatments. Definitely like Dr. Davis and would recommend him to all my friends!

- Kim Fedler

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I Had a massage followed by an adjustment. A prefect combo! Dr. Davis is usually able to fix the problem in one or two visits versus multiple times with other chiropractors. His Staff is super friendly too!

- Kim Fedler

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Adam and Ryne do a amazing job. I feel so much better every time I walk out of the office. You guys rock!

- Kelly Farina

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Awesome!! I can’t thank Dr Davis enough changed my whole life went on his nutritional program lost over 50lbs and he keeps me straight!! Thanks again!!

- Matthew Ponteri

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They have excellent patient care. They are always there for you.

- Leslie Clark

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Adam and his team are amazing. Everyone that works with him are friendly and so caring. I love being able to get my treatment from Adam and than follow it up by a great massage by Ryne. I always recommend them to people.

- Heidi Sewell

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everyone is always very friendly and there is never any wait time appts are always on schedule

- Gary Church

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Dr. Davis is a great chiropractor! He has helped me with my back issues for over a year and my back is feeling better with every visit! I really enjoy his staff they are so helpful and caring! I highly recommend going to see Dr. Davis!

- Catarina Flanigan

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Wonderful staff!

- Vivian Buterbaugh

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Always there for you. Great patient care.

- Leslie Clark

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Dr. Adam Davis and staff are absolutely amazing. They treat my whole family with kindness and respect as we strive for a healthy way of living. Dr. Davis has been able to help my baby girl with her respiratory issues when all the doctors just kept pushing more meds.

- Dawn Rife

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Great care and professionalism! Super clean facility with polite and knowledgeable staff and always runs on time and has fit me in when in pain !!!!

- Mary Klco

Davis Family Chiropractic - Let's Talk About Wellness

Let’s Talk About Wellness

It very easy today to drift further and further from from our inner-selves. There are so many distractions in our everyday life that entice us to take life passively and mold an attitude of dis-concern or dis-interest with our body and mind. I am not writing today to discus religion, politics, or science. I am only going to concentrate on the human potential that is within each and every one of us. Whether you believe in a higher creator, in evolution, an alien master race, or the Matrix, it doesn’t change the fact that you are here now with a human body; a human body that is perfectly engineered and adapted to the Earth and the environments in which we live.

In each and every human body lives the ability and potential for healing, and a warning system to help trigger this healing process. The only problem with this system is that we all have the ability to shut ourselves off and ignore the signals if we so choose. Why would anyone do this you ask? It’s not always an abrupt and conscious decision we make, but rather one that creeps in sometimes masked behind a veil of positive reinforcement. Imagine your well being was personified as a large bucket of water. Now every bad or negative influence in your life comes as one solitary drop of black ink added to your bucket. The ink is allowed to trickle in over the course of time. A few drops of ink in a large bucket… who can even tell? Many times we don’t notice a change until the water has already gone full black.

The choices we make (or drops of ink!) in our lives, how we think, use our bodies, eat, sleep, exercise, and set priorities, affect our health and wellness. Having the ability to listen to your body and help prevent illness is just as important as the healing process itself. Many people won’t become concerned with their health until they get sick. Our healthcare model in the United States tends to reflect this attitude towards health. We get sick, then seek the remedy. Our society is pressuring us into letting too many drops of ink in our buckets before we take action. The secret to health, wellness, and happiness is in consciously making the effort to be proactive about them. The more conscious we are of giving our bodies what they require, the more we take responsibility for our own well-being.

I’m not going to sugar-coat it for you! It may actually be hard to hear, and even harder to fully understand, but over-all health cannot be achieved with a passive approach to healthcare. Don’t take these words as a blanket statement against our healthcare in the United States. Medical doctors, surgical procedures, and medications all have their place in the healing process. The problem is becoming a passive patient who relies solely on these things to make them healthy again not realizing that they are only fixing one aspect of a problem while other concerns also need to be addressed. For example, you can’t just take a diet pill everyday and expect to lose weight in a healthy manner. The pill may help you lose weight, but you’re kidding yourself if you don’t think you also need to eat healthier and exercise everyday. The pill alone represents one aspect in the healing process. Diet and exercise will complete the process.

In closing, I would like to leave you with often overlooked, simple ways to improve your health each and every day: meditation, breathing, exercising, and eating healthy foods.

  • Concentrating on positive thoughts throughout your day is the first way to make a noticeable change in your life. Life brings you unhappiness sometimes, but dwelling on it sets you adrift further and further from wellness. Taking five minutes to refocus after a stressful situation and release your negativity can do wonders for your mind and clarity. Along with this goes deep breathing.
  • Deep breathing exercises are the most gentle and effective methods known for purifying and revitalizing the body. If your breathing is shallow, your body’s vital systems are not functioning at their optimal levels. When you breath deeply the respiratory system can fully oxygenate and rejuvenate your body.
  • Stretching and aerobic exercise are the two most important types of exercise to practice daily for health maintenance. Gentle stretching for five minutes two times per day keeps your muscles and joints loose. Twenty to thirty minutes a day should be spent on more aerobic exercise like swimming, bicycling, running, or brisk walking. These exercises will develop muscle tone, stimulate deep breathing and sweating, and increase blood circulation. Exercise naturally regulates a balance in your body’s systems. When you do not exercise your metabolism can become sluggish which can lead to depression and over-eating. When you exercise regularly you tend to develop a healthy appetite, a frame of mind, and an overall increase in vitality.
  • Your diet plays a crucial role in health maintenance and prevention of disease. When we eat processed, preserved, or devitalized foods, we weaken our system. Try picking foods that strengthen your body and build resistance to disease. This is helping your body to reinforce it’s innate ability to heal itself. Eating health doesn’t mean eating bland. It just means you need practice moderation and be more aware of your food choices throughout the day. Vegetables, whole grains, fresh fruits, and fish are good examples or healthy foods. Foods with processed sugar, white flour, too much salt, foods that are fried in grease, dairy products, and chemical additives are things that should be mostly avoided or moderated.

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