Not sure Massage is right for you? Here are some other products and services we recommend to our clients to help improve their overall health.
If you have questions about what “alternative”, “holistic”, or other terms mean, check out some definitions here.
Juice Plus+® is the next best thing to eating fruits and vegetables. Of course, there is no substitute for eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. But because most people simply can’t, don’t, or won’t, Juice Plus+® helps fill that gap.
The many health benefits of Juice Plus+® have been demonstrated through numerous independent clinical research studies conducted in leading hospitals and universities around the world.
Acupuncture is an age-old medical practice that dates back at least 5,000 years. Stone acupuncture needles have been found in Mongolia dating back t 3000b.c. and archeologists have even discovered a 5000 year old mummy in the Alps that was tattooed at various acupuncture points.
Today acupuncturists apply thin filiform needles into specific points on the body to correct the flow of qi and heal a number of ailments.
Dunn Chiropractic offers natural solutions to common health problems. Our ultimate aim is to motivate our patients to take a more active role in restoring their own health.
We understand that each patient may respond differently to care for the same diagnosis. For that reason we tailor a specific plan of action, utilizing the most current adjusting techniques, to meet your individual needs, goal and condition.
We hope you will find this site helpful in learning more about about our brand of gentle chiropractic care and the ways it can improve the quality of your life.
Dr. Cheuvront has been improving the quality of his patient’s lives for more than 20 years. Upon graduating from the prestigious National College of Chiropractic in 1989, Dr. Cheuvront opened his first practice in Canandaigua, New York and practiced there until 1996. He then moved his family to the Charlotte region and opened the Cheuvront Clinic of Chiropractic and Sports Medicine in April of 1997 in the beautiful town of Matthews, North Carolina.
Dr. Cheuvront has a long history of working with and co-managing difficult cases and communicating with local spine physicians if the situation arrants. Dr. Cheuvront was appointed to the medical staff at Presbyterian Hospital in April 2001 and has been a member of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery since that time.