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  • Can Chiropractic Care Prevent or Treat Cardiovascular Disease?
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  • "don't know how to say how grateful I am for Dr. Grace. He is extremely professional and knowledgable. He truly takes his time to work with his patients one on one, and really listening to his patients and their needs. He takes his time in really making each adjustment customized and amazing for each client. I credit him for how well I am doing and continue to do since a pretty serious back injury. Thank you!"
    Nicole Cannata
  • "I've been going to Grace Family Chiropractic for many years. Dr Grace always delivers when it comes to adjusting my back and neck. He is personable, and he focuses on all your alignment problems. The atmosphere of the office is warm and cheerful. When you walk out, you always have a smile on your face because you feel so much better."
    Robert Corsi
  • "Dr. Grace is the only chiropractor I will ever go to again. He is professional, honest, friendly, and wants only the best for his patients. My son now sees him as well."
    Lisa DagesseDilibero

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