“When I first came here I wanted to be able to keep up with my husband. I am now able to walk with him 3 ¼ miles every morning. He is so happy that I am joining him on his morning walks.”

Janice Marcom, McLean, VA


“I was always 5′ 6″ and now my height is 5’7″. I feel taller with more flexibilitiy in my spine and being.” Wendy Taylor, Washington, DC


“Since I’ve been seeing Dr. Gardner, I’ve noticed a significant change for the better in my neck. I’ve had tightness and muscle pain for several y ears on and off. The pain and stiffness has completely gone away and doesn’t even return after exercising at the gym. The pains I’ve felt in my lower back are also improving, and I’m looking forward to the end of those as well!”

Karen Day, Waldorf, Maryland


“During an exercise (Dr. Steve showed me) while lying flat on a floor, my right lower back popped. It felt wonderful. I had sustained an injury to the same area 20 years ago and all the chiropractors I had seen told me they could no nothing for that area of my back. Thanks to Dr. Steve, it moved very easily.” Charlie Adams, Washington, DC


“After foot surgery on both feet a couple years ago, I started chiropractic care with Dr. Steve this year. While walking to my front door one night after an appointment with Dr. Steve, all of a sudden I noticed that my full range of motion had returned in both feet. My back feels great, too!” Christi L. Reinhardt, McLean, VA


My 11-year-old daughter, Athena, has not missed one day of school this school year. Eliza, who is in first grade, missed one day of school this year. That is all! No antibiotics, no sick days, nothing. Thanks, Dr. Steve!” Tambra Nelson, Columbia, Maryland


“After the third adjustment my back pain was less severe and my walking improved considerably. For the first time in about 40 years I was not awakened about 3 A.M by an aching pain in the lower back and did not turn and toss the balance of the night trying to ease the discomfort in the lower back. I can stand up straight without feeling pressure in the lower back and walk with a firmer stride and less leaning forward to ease back pain.” Charles McNelis, Bethesda, Maryland

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