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  • Pushing Back the Clock

    Many people experience lapses in memory as they get older. Every so often, it may become frustratingly difficult or even temporarily impossible to recall a particular word or a specific person's name. A person might commit a phone number to memory and then immediately forget it. Of course, everyone is

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  • Built to Last

    Just like the well-known, best-selling American truck, your body is built to last. But if it's built to last, why do so many people have serious problems with their bodies? If a human body is built to last, why does it seem to break down so easily? The pharmaceutical industry earns billions of dollars

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  • Getting Fit at Fifty and Beyond

    What if you used to be really fit and now you're not? What if, as the years have gone by, you've added a couple of pounds here and there, and you suddenly notice you're 30 pounds heavier than you were at your 10th high school reunion? Or, what if you've never enjoyed the idea of exercising, exercise

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  • Senior Fitness

    Bob Barker, beloved host of The Price Is Right, recently made headlines by announcing his retirement after 35 years. "Barker irreplaceable!" blared the entertainment tabloids. And yet, Mr. Barker celebrated his 82nd birthday a few months ago.Eighty-two! Who really are the "seniors" among us? And what

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  • When Parents Get Older

    The average age of Americans is increasing year-by-year. Approximately 77 million babies were born in the United States during the boom years of 1946 to 1964. In 2011, the oldest will turn 65, and on average can expect to live to 83. Many will continue well into their 90s. Most people continue to retain

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  • Key to Senior Fitness: Chiropractic Care, Healthy Lifestyle

    Over the hill at age 65? Ready for the rocker at 70? Not these days. Americans are living longer and making more of their later years. One key is exercise. "Perhaps the most debilitating influence in people's health as they age is a sedentary life," said Dr. Jerome McAndrews, national spokesperson

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

1:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

1:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Terrie Huls practically saved my life. After a freak accident and multiple surgeries, I could barely walk. Her chiropractic treatments over the last four years have made a significant difference in my life and have improved my walking. Not to mention the regular care has kept me fairly healthy from colds and viruses. I also highly recommend the new laser treatments. It has worked wonders on my knees. And the brain core treatments have helped me significantly with anxiety issues. Dr. Terrie always knows what I need to feel better, and her staff is top notch!"
    Tina C.
  • "I have had lower back issues for several years and always wind my way back to Dr. Huls when it gets out of sorts! The office staff is amazing...Sydney and Brenda run a tight ship!! Dr. Huls is soooo good at what she does. You can trust her to diagnose the issue and treat it appropriately. This most recent one was a doosey, but we worked through it and I am so happy to have my back normal again. Here's to you, Terri, Brenda and Sydney! Thanks for everything!!"
    Barbara B.
  • "Terrie Huls and her staff are very professional and right on point. For years I have been leery of having a chiropractor work on me due to a rough experience with a place in Moundsville, WV. Huls Chiropractic was recommended to me by my massage therapist, Alita Ross of Tranquil Touch & coming from her, I took a leap of faith and chose to see Terry Huls & I am beyond pleased after seeing her off and on for the past couple months.. to begin with I needed every week, now I’m on a need to basis which is fantastic! I highly recommend this place of business, their staff, and their profession."
    Uriah W.