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# 1 in Treating Spinal, Extremity, and Car Accident Injuries




Manual manipulation, gentle joint mobilization, spinal traction, or gentle stretching, it's your choice. We incorporate several modalities and therapies including therapeutic warm ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, myofascial release, ice, heat. Together, we'll find the combination that's just right for you. 



Our medical doctor can evaluate and treat you when you need that extra care that isn't responding to our most natural methods. We stay true to our conservative philosophy and always try to treat the problem, not the symptom, whenever we can. 



Our licensed and certified massage therapists will relax you or, if you prefer, dig in deep to provide a medical or sports style deep tissue massage. Always professional, they listen to your concerns and focus on the problem areas. They can also follow the direction of the doctor when you have a special condition. 

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A Little Chiropractic Background


This video will familiarize you with the basic philosophy and methods of Chiropractic. 

Donald Ajlouni Chiropractor
Meet the Doctor

Dr. Don Ajlouni, a Palmer Graduate,  has been working nearly 20 years to refine his skill at diagnosing and treating patients with a focus on explaining your problem and giving detailed one on one advice on how to manage your injury or condition for LONG TERM results. He works with many other providers including primary care, orthopedic, physical therapists, acupuncturists, and other specialties.

Spine Pain Pinched nerve

Diagnostic Imaging

We offer in-house x-rays when necessary and can refer you out for MRI, Ultrasound, or other diagnostic tests.


Your report will be reviewed TOGETHER with the doctor, explained in detail, and while allowing you to ask questions until you fully understand the findings.  

Some things we treat.

- Back and Neck Pain


- Wrist and Shoulder Pain


- Knee and Foot Pain

- Vertigo


- Auto Accident Injuries

Muscle Massage
Avoiding Surgery. 

- Knowing the right questions to ask

- When is the right time to have surgery

- Exploring non-invasive alternatives

Pain Management
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