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Dr. Avery Jenkins
Dr. Jenkins is a primary care chiropractic physician specializing in the treatment of people with chronic disorders. He is board certified in medical acupuncture and clinical nutrition.
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It’s time for cycling in America to grow up.
For decades, cycling in America has struggled to roll beyond the pitifully small number of cyclists who ride on a regular basis. Despite the facts that regular riding can slash…
5 shocking things you didn’t know about chiropractors!
Despite being the second largest whole body health profession in the country, chiropractic remains one of the most misunderstood of professions. Are we back doctors? Witch doctors? What kind of school do we go to? Isn’t it all quackery?
25 things you didn’t know a chiropractor could do: Chiropractic management of depression.
Many people think of chiropractic care as nothing more than a spinal adjustment. While that is the core of our therapeutic interventions, there are a number of other ways we…
Thank you, and happy anniversary.
Six years ago, I took a pretty big gamble. At what turned out to be near the peak of the real estate market, I bought a building that had, since…