MISSION: "Enhancing stewardship to serve YOUR GREATER PURPOSE"
Our Values and Philosophy:
We are a company grounded in Christian values of honesty, integrity, respect, kindness and sense of social responsibility. We strive to honor God in all we do. This is reflected in how we conduct our business and how we care for our employees – our greatest asset.
We love our families and we love what we do. But as you know, life can be devastating when you're in pain. We care about people, we listen closely, and when we've diagnosed your problems, we give you our best. If you've tried other doctors, been on pain medications, and are tired of getting no results, this is how we can help you. We talk to you about your problem. Then we take x-rays of the involved areas. We then do a comprehensive analysis, then tell you your options. If you like the treatment plan, we begin. If you don't think the care plan is for you, we shake hands and part as friends. We want you healthy, happy, and back to normal.
That's our goal as doctors of chiropractic. And don't be mistaken. We treat everyone like they're our immediate family. If you want a doctor that listens, someone who really cares, someone you can trust, and a doctor who really wants the best for you, call us today. If you're in a lot of pain, we'll get you in immediately. Usually in about an hour. No questions asked. At Acton Chiropractic, we have a unique way of helping people in pain and we want to help you. Call us now at 258-0264.
At Acton Family Chiropractic we believe teaching you WHY you developed the problems that led you to come to our office is more important than YOU getting care at our office (or any other office). So to help you become less DEPENDENT on Us or anyone else we offer FREEWeekly Workshops to empower YOU and YOUR FAMILY.
A case study published in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health on November 14, 2013 documented the "Resolution of Severe Constipation, Vomiting and Leg Pain in a Child Undergoing Subluxation Based Chiropractic Care." . . .
A literature review published in the September 2013 issue of the International Journal of Clinical Practice and online at www.medscape.com by P. Tuchin examined 18 studies discussing what the researchers termed "spinal manipulative therapy" (SMT) and stroke to determine if SMT was a causative . . .
A story from NewUSA published on February 25, 2014, in the Illinois publication The Regional News carried the headline, "Racing Through the Pain With Olympic Ski Champion Picabo Street." The article notes that Street is actually named after a small town in Idaho near where she is from. She was also . . .
From New Zealand on May 23, 2014, comes the above headline and story in NZDoctor reporting on research conducted at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. The research shows that failure to control or properly activate one's core muscles can lead to injury such as spinal injuries. Chiropractic care . . .