Kirkendall Chiropractic in Claremore: Life through Colored Glasses


What does the world look like through Chiropractic Colored Glasses? Does your health shine brighter…are your relationships with friends and family more in focus…is your job performance sharper and crisper?

You ‘see’ everything through your nerve system – how you feel, how you interact with the people around you, how you perform at home or at work. When your nerves are stressed, the line between barely existing and fully living is blurred. However, the more clear your nerve system, the better your ability to interact mentally, physically, and spiritually with the world around you; and ultimately the better your quality of life.

When a Chiropractor adjusts the stress from your nervous system, it’s like cleaning the dirt, streaks, and smudges from the lens through which you interpret your world. With a clear lens, you can see your full potential. Life is vibrant when you’re viewing it through Chiropractic Colored Glasses.

If you’re looking to try a Claremore Chiropractor, give Dr. Lennon Kirkendall a call. Kirkendall Chiropractic is located across the street from Hillcrest Hospital Claremore at 131 W. Blue Starr. Follow her on facebook for all kinds of chiropractic information!

-from The Weekly Sticky

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