Akron Chiropractor, Chiropractor in Akron, OH

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McMillen Chiropractic  &   Rehabilitation   Center           McMillen Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center

                                                         Dr. Scott McMillen  Clinic Director 

                               Dr. Brent Heitmeyer

                                                                          

1155 E. Waterloo Rd      Akron, Ohio  44306  (right next to Citizen's Bank)
 
            We accept most insurances, auto accidents and Worker's Compensation
 

Are you tired of being in PAIN?  Call us now at (330) 724-2225 and we can see you TODAY !  

                                               Your 1st visit is just $20. (Does not include Medicare, Medicaid or federally funded plans)

 


Learn more about Chiropractics long History



History "Chiropractic is NOT New"

10 Million American's went to see a Chiropractor last year. . . .

Did you know that chiropractic dates back to the time of Hippocrates? He believed that if the spine was misaligned, it greatly contributed to the health of an individual.

The modern day school of chiropractic dates back to 1895, when Dr. Daniel Palmer adjusted a man that had lost his hearing 17 years prior. The story goes that prior to losing his hearing the man had heard something pop in his back. Upon the adjustment of the man's misaligned vertebrae his hearing greatly improved.

While the medical community criticized this new technique for healing the body, the people who followed in these footsteps found an amazing new way of dealing with illness and disease. Dr. Palmer's theories are still discussed in the chiropractic industry today. Without this man's input into medicine in a time where he was greatly discredited, the millions of people today who enjoy the life changing benefits may never have had this opportunity. There is still a school named after Dr. Daniel Palmer as well as over 20 schools and thousands of chiropractic students across the country.


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