Some folks still think that all chiropractic -- traditional, network, or what-have-you -- is hoodoo. And they're entitled to that opinion. But among those who believe in the almighty power of the adjustment, there is another widely held belief -- that there are good chiropractors, and bad ones. Impac Health's Virginia St. John Roe, DC, is one of the very, very good ones. Unlike some snap-and-crackers whose sole aim seems to be making you dependent on their skills, her care is singularly focused on getting you better, not to mention finding out what screwed up your framework in the first place. Impac offers spinal health education classes, massage, and friendly physical therapy. But it's Dr. Roe who makes Impac soar high above the heads and shoulders (however well-aligned they may be) of your average Daniel David Palmerites. She makes chiropractic a pleasure, a welcoming, accessible experience that could convince the most hard-core nonbeliever of its benefits.
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