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Turning Point Chiropractic Gives Back to the Community

Dr. Jeff Elmore and Dr. Rachel Elmore are a husband-and-wife team providing upper cervical chiropractic care at Turning Point Chiropractic, in Perrysburg, Ohio. Their focus is on helping patients achieve optimum health using a procedure that does not involve twisting, popping or cracking of the neck.

 

The couple is conducting their annual canned food drive during the month of November. When a patient brings in a grocery bag of non-perishable food items, they will receive a free exam and consultation valued at $110. Rachel says, "We donate all the food to Perrysburg Christian Food Bank. Last year we filled up two pickup truck loads, and this year our goal is three!"

 

The Elmore’s emphasis is to educate patients about the important roles that physical stress, chemical stress and emotional stress play on the nervous system, which controls every cell, function, organ and system of the body. Turning Point Chiropractic patients are people of all ages seeking a more holistic lifestyle.

 

Location: 353 Elm St., Ste. B, Perrysburg, OH. For more information, call 419-874-4840 or visit MyTurningPointChiro.com.

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