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  • "No popping" Adjustments
    Low Force- no popping Leander Flexion-Distraction/Cox - treats disc bulges and bones that have moved laterally, backward or forward.  This technique utilizes Read more
  • Lecture Presentation 2: Liver
    Lecture PresentationLiver  Hosted by Dr. James McKenzie and Michael Young, L. Ac. Thursday August 12th 6:30p - 7:30p Quality Chiropractic Center 225 West A Read more
  • Lecture Presentation 1: Adrenal
    Lecture PresentationAdrenals Hosted by Dr. McKenzie and Michael Young Tuesday July 13th 6:30p - 7:30p Quality Chiropractic Center 225 West A Street Read more
  • Introducting: Presentation Nights
    Dr. Mckenzie and resident acupuncturist Michael Young (321 Acupuncture) will be guest hosting lecture presentations on varying topics.  Space is limited.  If interested, please call 208-883-4300 to reserve space. Read more

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