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The warmest welcome from Dr. Willing
Willing Family Chiropractic
I have been in practice for over 25 years. I have a diplomate in electro diagnostic studies, over 200 hours in X-Ray interpretation, and currently finishing my neuro diplomate from the New York School of Medicine to interpret MRI studies. I have also been participating in Manipulation Under Anesthesia for over 10 years at hospitals and pain management facilities.
Now about You!
I would like to thank you and congratulate you for expressing the need to obtain your maximal physical and mental well-being. This will be obtained by utilizing nutrition, supplements, strengthening, and my facility.
When a patient presents with certain symptoms and/or conditions, there will be a necessity for dual (Chiropractic and Hospital) protocol for a condition to be corrected. An open mind has proved to enhance my patients’ recovery time and schedule of care.
I believe in personal attention and individual care. We offer three phases of care, not normally done in a practice.
- Relief only
The response you get from any treatment program is directly related to your commitment. I do not “cure” you. Only your body can “cure” its problems.
I am often asked, “Why do I need to continue care when I feel better?” In my practice, pain is not the main issue. For example: If you fertilize, weed, and water a garden—it grows well. If you stop watering and treating your garden after the first month, what happens? You lose most of what you have gained. The same applies to your body.
If you have further questions and want answers with no pressure, I give a lecture on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. You can bring in MRIs, X-Rays, bloodwork, etc., and I will be happy to talk with you after the lecture. Spaces fill up quick, so please call our office to reserve your seat today!
Dr. Evan G. Willing III, D.C.