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Monday
10:00am-1:00pm & 3:00pm-6:00pm
Tuesday 
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Wednesday
10:00am-1:00pm & 3:00pm-6:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-1:00pm & 3:00pm-6:00pm
Friday
7:00am-10:00 on select Fridays Call First
Saturday-Sunday Closed

  • Dr. Amanda Alcamo

Boosting your Immune System better than ever before!


Wouldn’t it be nice to get to the root cause of our issues instead of putting a band-aid over the symptoms?!

Take for instance the Flu.

The flu is not a season. It is an inability to ADAPT due to DECREASE sun exposure, DECREASE fresh air, and REDUCED water intake. COMBINED with an INCREASE sugar intake and STRESS.

While it can at times be extremely hard for the body to fight diseases and infections, fortunately, our immune systems are built to help us win these fights. However, not everyone is fortunate enough that their immune system can handle this on its own. Being immunodeficient means that the immune system has been compromised and cannot fight diseases and infections the way it should. In this situation, those who are immunodeficient are especially susceptible to diseases and infections. While someone with a highly functioning immune system may barely feel a cold, that same illness can severely affect someone else with a compromised immune system.

Removing any interference from the nervous system allows the parts of the body affected by the nervous system the best chance to function. While neurologically based chiropractic care may not be a 'treatment’ for any symptom in particular, it can help patients’ bodies function at their best without this interference. When the body functions at its best, it heals at its best!

RESTORE health. Create resistance. Get adjusted to boost your immune system.

Keep your family healthy!

Deignan D, DaCampo T. Resolution of Immunodeficiency in a Child Undergoing Chiropractic Care for the Management of Vertebral Subluxations: A Case Study & Review of the Literature. J Pediatric, Maternal, & Family Health n.d.;2018:68–76.