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Your Allentown Chiropractor

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GENTLE, COMPASSIONATE CHIROPRACTIC SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PAIN AND INJURY.

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Dr. Heather Strencosky, DC
Chiropractor

"When you are injured and in pain, the last thing you should have to endure is even more discomfort during treatment. That's why my staff and I take a unique approach to patient care. We start by listening to your concerns and providing answers to all your questions so that you'll feel 100% confident in the chiropractic treatments we recommend. Then we combine our specialized training with the gentlest chiropractic techniques and equipment available. As a result, you'll enjoy care that is truly comfortable...with results that are extremely effective."

- Heather Strencosky, DC

Dr. Heather Strencosky
Allentown Chiropractor | Comprehensive Chiropractic PC | (610) 351-8297

2200 West Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18104

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "I was afraid that treatment for my low back problem would be really painful, but Dr. Strencosky took an extra-gentle approach. The results were amazing..."
    Jane Smith
  • "Dr. Heather has been a great help to me in providing total care. She treats the whole person, and listens to you and your concerns. I'm feeling better than I have in years. My 8 yr. old daughter sees Dr. Heather for help with her asthma and allergies, she is doing much better"
    M. Kondravy
  • "Dr. Strencosky encourages me to live a healthier lifestyle. She gave me a thorough evaluation and helps me to make the necessary changes for a healthier life. Each visit she goes above and beyond my expectations. I actually look forward to going to the doctor."
    T. B.

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