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This site is designed to give you a feel of our practice: Our dedication and energy; Our treatment approaches; and Our philosophy towards health and wellness. Our comprehensive and unique approach combines muscular therapy (soft tissue massage techniques), physiotherapies (ultrasound, electric muscle stimulation, acupuncture) and spinal stretching and strengthening exercises to help restore abnormal spinal functioning. We use specific rehab protocols to help retrain your body for a stronger, supportive outcome. We also are very skilled at treating non-surgical shoulder, knee, wrist, forearm, foot/ankle, hip and TMJ problems using a similar approach.
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Dr. Kelly Rybicki
Dr. Marion Fraser
Winooski Chiropractor | Onion River Chiropractic | 802.655.0354
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