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135 S. Livernois Rd.

Rochester Hills, MI 48307 USA

(248) 652-3343

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  • Stop Fall Chores from Becoming a Pain in the Back
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  • Managing Chronic Headaches
    Almost everyone has had a headache at least once in their lifetime, but some people suffer from chronic headaches that occur monthly, weekly, or even daily. There are a myriad Read more
  • Taking a Bite Out of TMJ Jaw Pain
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  • Blogging to Your Good Health
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  • "Dr. Ron is a highly skilled chiropractor. He is attentive to all of his patients, and takes the time to look at the "whole picture". He takes a non-invasive approach, explains how adjustments work, and can accomplish spinal manipulation in a variety of manners, including a more gentle approach if you are apprehensive. He continually studies, and stays up on the latest information and technology. Highly recommended!
    January 24, 2012"
    Kristen Myers Rochester Hills, MI

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