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Dr Kinnon's Mission Statement

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Dr Kinnon strives on a daily basis to:

• Provide the chiropractic lifestyle components for people to live longer, healthier, happier, more pure and fun lives

• To educate people on these components of True health and chiropractics role in restoring spinal function thus allowing the body to heal itself

• To walk the talk

• Positively impact the health and wellness of our community

At the end of the day when I am 100 or 120 I want to know I have made a difference in LIFE.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

  • "The lower back and hip relief was amazing. Being able to walk without pain and without a limp has greatly improved my life. Thank you."
    Edee Rumley
  • "I experience way less pain and better sleep, giving me more energy and outlook on the day, less fear anxiety of doing or trying activities. I would recommend this office to everyone looking to improve their day to day life. I like that I have learned more about my body and how to listen to it."
    Linda M.
  • "Better movement and energy, less knee and back pain. Dr. Scott rocks!"
    Gerry T.
  • "Before: all normal activity was painful. Now: I don't have daily pain anymore."
    Jen Dawe
  • "Migraines have improved. Sleep has improved. Nerve pain has improved. All allow me to do my job better and all allow me to enjoy dancing more!"
    Carol C.
  • "Chiropractic has reduced my pain levels and improved energy levels. Acupuncture helped with headaches and digestive issues.
    Friendliest staff anywhere! We feel like we are truly known and cared for by Dr. Scott & the staff!"
    Holly denOuden
  • "Chiropractic has allowed me to perform 100% in my sport. It's important to be consistent with your chiro health."
    David Kravenchenko
  • "Chiropractic helped me to get range of motion back and helped me manage my symptoms."
    Joanne Burton
  • "Dr. Scott is a great personable chiropractor. You have great staff that are helpful and prompt plus friendly!"
    Athena Shumey
  • "After Registered Massage Therapy I was able to return to work. It relieves my pain so I can get on with my life -- with my kids and my activities."
    Tracy V.
  • "I had back pain for many years and now I rarely get back pain. The staff is amazing, everyone is so caring to the patients."
    Jeremy denOuden
  • "I can do things now without the limitation of painful movement! Great treatment, great facility, nice touch with beverages in wait room, and awesome reception!"
    Jeanne R.
  • "I have less pain during everyday activities from chiropractic treatment and acupuncture helped with migraines and stomach issues."
    Leticia Ruzza
  • "My left leg was numb from the hip down. The numbness is gone. I have much better movement and feel 100% better. Very happy! I have gone to a Chiropractor monthly for years. Love the results I am getting with Dr. Scott."
    Lurinda Rinehart

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