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Chiropractor – Dr. Bob Richmond

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  • Full Name: Dr. Bob Richmond
  • Location: 338 Lower Ganges Rd. (above Dagwood’s)
  • Phone: (250) 538-2262 - Call Today!
  • Expires: 17 days, 21 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 5, 2018

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    Do old injuries still bother you and interfere with your life or your job?
    Ever had a bad fall, whiplash, back or neck pain, headaches, numbness or fatigue?
    Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?
    Do you want to feel younger and vigorous again?

    If you answered YES to any of the above, then Chiropractic treatment from Dr. Bob may be just what you need.

    Chiropractic healing offers a safe, effective and natural alternative to the dangers of prescription drug therapy for a wide range of health problems. It is an important healthcare option for informed and concerned Canadians.

    Besides fixing bad backs, Chiropractic adjustments also correct interference to nerve function, and give patients relief from health problems as varied as asthma and allergies, headaches of all kinds, acid reflux, constant fatigue and much more.

    Chiropractic care promotes the spine and nervous system’s optimal function. Bring your aches and pains to Dr. Bob and you’ll be amazed how well you can feel in a very short time. With the skill and experience developed from over 40 years in practice, Dr. Bob will guide you back towards a pain free life of health and happiness.

    The great inventor Thomas A. Edison was truly prophetic when he said, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and the cause and prevention of disease.”

    Monday to Friday : 9am – 7pm (but evening and weekend appointments are available!)

    Initial Exam: consultation and adjustment (30-45 min.) = $75
    Report of Findings: (second visit) including adjustment = $75
    Regular Office Visit = $50

    “Dr. Bob has been integral in resolving my back pain! After years of sitting and working at desks, my back was constantly sore at the end of the day because it was out of alignment. I am thankful he moved to the island.” – Dr. Patrick Callas, N.D.

    “So happy to have found this amazing practitioner! If you are a complex case, without a lot of success elsewhere, I highly recommend this Chiropractor!” – Sherry W.

    “It’s been years. I am walking proof. This guy is phenomenal.” – Nancy T.

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