What's the finest way to choose a chiropractor in Falcon? Spend some time here exploring our chiropractic philosophy and our patient-centered focus. Select a chiropractor who compassionately listens and is willing to explain everything in advance. Not all chiropractors are alike! Ask questions and expect clear answers. I'd love to suit you and explain our unique approach to today's chiropractic.
|Address||7671 McLaughlin Rd|
|Phone Number||(719) 494-1395|
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Dr. Robert A. Palmer and Dr. Francine J. Palmer of Palmer Chiropractic have been delivering quality chiropractic care in the Falcon community since 2003. Prior to this we had a successful practice in Eastern Colorado for 9 years. Our approach is simple. We believe that health is amongst our most valuable possessions. And while we generally meet people after they've lost their health, our commitment is two-fold. We're committed to teaching our patients that true health is a journey, not a destination.
If you've ever gone to a social event where you didn't know anyone, you know how uncomfortable that can make you feel. Our goal is to eliminate every shred of apprehension and make you feel at home. Since chiropractic care involves a series of visits, with each one building on the ones before, it's important that our relationship can go the distance. We've found that one of the best ways to have successful patient relationships is to explain everything in advance. The more you understand who we are, what we do and why we do it, the better results you'll enjoy.
I was born in Newport Beach, California, but I have lived in Colorado most of my life. I graduated with a Bachelors degree in psychology in 2000 from CU the Springs. My husband and I have known each other since 4th grade and both graduated from Peyton High School. We got married in June 1999 and have 2 boys and 2 girls. We love living in Falcon and our family loves all Colorado teams, especially the Broncos and the Nuggets. We spend most of our time either coaching or watching all of our kids play basketball for Falcon.
The nerve-rich facet joints on the back side of each spinal bone are a common cause of back pain. The pain can be a sign these interlocking "fingers" aren't moving right. The discs between spinal bones can be involved, too. Trauma can cause the soft, pulpy material in the middle to bulge, putting pressure on nearby nerves. Specific chiropractic adjustments can help improve spinal function. By restoring the way your spine works, discs and soft tissues may heal, nerve involvement may be reduced, pain can ease and better stability can return.