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Welcome to Family Practice of Chiropractic's Quincy Chiropractic Archive. Here you can learn more about Family Practice of Chiropractic, Chiropractic, and Dr. Gabrielle Freedman, today's choice for Chiropractors in Quincy, MA. Read Dr. Gabrielle Freedman's Chiropractic Quincy Chiropractic for the health of it.

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The Game of Athletic Clue

Sports Chiropractic Quincy MA

Are you a weekend warriors or a well-trained athlete who is suffering with an injury? If so, let us explore on of your most often asked questions: When can I start exercising? When can I get back to my sport? What can I do to prevent this from happening again? The answers to these questions are relatively straightforward. But for ...

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I Spy Good Health

Quincy MA Wellness

Have you ever found what you were searching for was right in front of your face?  For many of us our health solution is as simple as that.  The key is to training ourselves to look and listen to our bodies and to learn where to look for the right solution for our future health ...

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Hope for Autism

Autism Quincy MA

With the ever growing phenomenon of labels, many children are being labeled simply as autistic and then given the traditional series of medications and therapies.  Help is near due to recent research studies conducted to help our children who may be effected strive for healthier happier lives. In an important study, listed on the website www.chiropracticresearch.org, ...

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The ABC’s of Better Health

Diet Health Quincy MA Nutrition

We know the end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Whether you have school-age children or not, you can feel the excitement surrounding this time of year. So let's take a quick end of year exam and reflect on how we did with those New Year's resolutions. Did you promise yourself that, this ...

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Voice For Health – Discontinuity

Dr. Freedman

As you may already know, “discs” are the pads of cartilage that are positioned between adjacent vertebrae that act as “shock absorbers.” Each disc consists of a fibrous outer ring of cartilage that encases a jelly-like layer of soft cartilage. As we age, intervertebral discs can shrink, which results in a “bulging” or “herniated” disc ...

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