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Chiropractic for Pediatric Development and Adult Health

SCCHP

Located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Spinal Corrective Center, P.C. is a family practice serving people of all ages and all abilities. Our purpose is to provide chiropractic adjustments for optimum correction of spinal alignment, which allows for the most complete neurological function and health expression.  

Dr. Cretsinger, Dr. Cuhel, and the staff at Spinal Corrective Center, P.C. are committed to educating families on healthy living and well-being so you can make informed health care choices, which will positively impact your family today and in the future.

 

 

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Woman Regains Sense of Smell and Taste With Chiropractic Care
Woman Regains Sense of Smell and Taste With Chiropractic Care
From the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research comes a study published on Jan. 16, 2014, which documents the case of a woman who regained her senses of both smell and taste due to chiropractic care. Anosmia, the loss of the ability to smell, and ageusia, the loss of the ability to taste, affects . . .
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Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lee Haney, and Monica Brant Recommend Chiropractic
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lee Haney, and Monica Brant Recommend Chiropractic
On March 1, 2014, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lee Haney, Monica Brant, and numerous other famous athletes showed their support for chiropractic by speaking at the International Chiropractors Association's Council on Sports & Fitness Symposium in Columbus, Ohio. . . .
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Love Gets Good Vibrations From Chiropractic Care
Love Gets Good Vibrations From Chiropractic Care
The title above is from a November 4, 2013, release from the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP), and carried by NewsUSA.com. The "Love" they speak of is Mike Love, famous singer from the Beach Boys musical group. . . .
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Acetaminophen and Small Amounts of Alcohol Increase Risk of Liver and Kidney Damage
Acetaminophen and Small Amounts of Alcohol Increase Risk of Liver and Kidney Damage
Research being conducted at Parker University in Dallas, Texas, adds to the body of evidence showing that acetaminophen can cause kidney and liver damage. This new research, reported by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) in a release dated Jan. 7, 2014, showed that even a small amount . . .
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