Family Chiropractic and Accident Injury Specialists
Dr. Kenneth Boscher is an experienced chiropractor in Conyers, GA. He and the friendly staff at Conyers Family Chiropractic Center are offering wholesome, non-invasive chiropractic care for patients of all ages.
If you have been in a traffic accident, work accident or otherwise injured, you can seek relief from pain. We can also help reduce, and even eliminate, the negative effects of years of neglect, bad posture, and bad habits through our care programs.
Accident injury can mask itself, and while you may not feel any symptoms, injuries like whiplash can manifest themselves long after an auto accident or fall.
Please do not take any chances — protect yourself. Let us evaluate your condition as soon as possible after an accident to reduce pain, shorten recovery, and have any hidden injuries documented.
Discover a whole new kind of care and a whole new kind of caring!
Our philosophy toward health is guided by the knowledge that our bodies are self-healing. Healing is controlled by the brain and nervous system. Stresses, strains, and injuries can prevent your body from healing and communicating properly.
The chiropractor’s job is to find where the distress is occurring on your nervous system and to remove the cause of the stress, allowing your body to heal naturally without interference and without prescription drugs!
Take the first step to a healthier and better life. Call Conyers Family Chiropractic Center today. The doctor and staff will be happy to sit down with you for a no-obligation consultation.
Whether you live or work in Conyers or elsewhere in the Atlanta area, Conyers Family Chiropractic Center is within an easy driving distance.
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