Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center

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Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center
Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center is listed in the Chiropractors category in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center is:
444 S State St
Newtown, PA 18940
(215) 860-1770

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Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Newtown, Pennsylvania is 36 and in the Chiropractors category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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For those of you that have requested a more aggressive adjustment!

A recently published Harvard health newsletter is endorsing Chiropractic care and other natural therapies for back pain before taking medications.
New guidelines for back pain recommend against medication for most people. However, other options (among them yoga and massage) can help bring relief.

Attadgie Chiropractic Wellness Center shared Circle of Docs's photo.
Keep yourself hydrated during these hot summer days!
Summer is almost here, remind your patients, friends and family about the importance of staying hydrated...

This is good advice and information for not only a yoga practice but also for other forms of exercise. Adjustments should always be a complement to all exercise programs!
What do these sensations mean? Are they harmful?

Here's some great advice for your emotional well-being!
Martin E.P. Seligman, professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, suggests how to cultivate a better you.