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If you are looking for doctors who are gentle yet highly effective,
Who are experienced as well as up to date,
Who are thorough but won’t order unnecessary tests,
Who are available when you need them and,
Will show abundant concern for you and your health
Then meet the Anchorage chiropractors, Dr. John Pairmore and Dr. Dennis Young.
The Anchorage Chiropractors who care
With 44 years of combined clinical experience, Drs. Pairmore and Young offer Alaskans a real choice in effective, scientific Anchorage chiropractic care. As skilled practitioners of The Gonstead Chiropractic Procedure of Full Spine Structural Adjusting and The Atlas Orthogonal Upper Cervical Specific Program, Dr. Pairmore and Dr. Young provide a high level of care that is unique for Alaska and here in Anchorage.
Questions? Give our Anchorage chiropractic office a call at 907.677.6953 and schedule a complementary Pre-consultation.
The Healing Process after Whiplash in Anchorage Alaska
Taking Control of Your PainWhen you damage the muscles or tendons in your neck, you strain your neck, and that neck strain is most commonly known as whiplash. We tend to think that type of injury is the result of a major head on car collision or other major collision, but the truth is it can happen at as low of a speed as Five MPH.When you think about it,
Pharmaceutical Companies’ Lies about Migraines
The Rise of Migraine MedicationWhen pharmaceutical companies see the rise of a health problem, they go to work trying to find a way to capitalize on that problem. That's the way good business works. Find a problem and capitalize on it. That's exactly what they've done with the rise of Migraines affecting 32 million people in the U.S.Though, what those commercials won't tell you is that there is no medication
Chronic Headaches Causes Loss of Brain Tissue
Chronic Headaches = Brain LossAlthough most people get the occasional headache, there are people who experience headaches for more than 15 days each month. They are said to have chronic headaches. It is estimated that between three to five percent of people worldwide have chronic headaches. There are several subtypes of chronic headaches, such as chronic migraine, chronic tension headaches, medication overuse headache, and hemicrania continua (a headache that only
Migraine Medications: What Are the Risks?
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