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[Bryan] is very personable and friendly and made both my husband and I comfortable. He is very professional and knowledgeable in his field. I would highly recommend Bryan!

-Karrie B

I found Dr. Bryan Royer to be the most comprehensive, informative chiropractor I have ever visited… His treatment plan was effective and quick.

– Pat A.

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Holiday Sale

Holiday Sale! ChiroFlow Pillows: $40 each (regularly $45) BioFreeze - Gel, Roll-on & Spray: $10 each (regularly $12) Massage Gift Certificates:  $45 for a one hour massage (regularly $50) or 5 for $215 ($35 Savings) Sale runs through 11/28 at 5pm. Call or message...

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee)

Patellofemoral pain syndrome, also referred to as runner’s knee, is a common injury in mostly younger runners and ails twice as many women as men. Runner’s knee symptoms are generally limited to pain in and around the knee cap, but the pain can range from a sudden...

Treating Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome is a common injury in runners and usually presents itself as pain in the hip or knee. The iliotibial band is the ligament that runs down the outside on the leg from the hip to the shin. ITB syndrome occurs when this ligament becomes...

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