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Joining the 99% Club

February 12, 2015

Joining the 99% Club An Atmosphere for Your Greatest Healing Since 1998, we’ve worked hard to help create a relaxed environment where you can count on having efficient and organized visits. We also focus on using advanced technology to provide you an unparalleled approach to care, designed to get you back on the path to…

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Little Miracles Make a Big Difference

November 21, 2014

Little Miracles Make a Big Difference One of the best parts of being a chiropractor is getting to see incredible results everyday in our office. Maybe “miracles” is a better way to describe what happens here. With our wellness programs, we tie in vitalistic approaches to helping patients like you get well. To get you…

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The “Secret” to Lasting Results

October 15, 2014

The “Secret” to Lasting Results Seeing and Experiencing What Health Really Is… Just like your teeth need to be cleaned throughout your life, your spine needs maintenance, too! We love helping those patients who really want to be better, live better and thrive. It’s exciting to see those who are passionate about their health and…

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Transform Your Life in 12 Weeks

August 29, 2014

Transform Your Life in 12 Weeks Are you ready to take your health to a new level? We’ve seen countless lives transformed through our comprehensive wellness program, right here at Johns Creek Chiropractic and Wellness Center. Getting Started First, we’ll get blood work done from either your primary care provider or a cardiologist by my…

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How to Get a Great Nights Sleep

July 10, 2013

How to Get a Great Nights Sleep Nodding off at work? Eyes drooping? Yawning repeatedly? These are signs that you may not be getting enough sleep. The recommended amounts of sleep varies depending upon your current stage of life. School-aged children should have 10 or more hours of sleep per night. Teenagers generally require 9-10…