The ultimate goal of Dr. Julie Chiropractic & Massage is to help relieve pain and help patients better manage their condition at home.   That’s why we believe in making our patients feel at home when they walk into our office.  We do more than just adjust your back and send you home.  We create relationships with our patients that last a lifetime.  We work hard to have a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere….
Our Professional Staff Include:
Julie D. Stubrud, DC
Dametre Roberts, LMT
Meryl Ellisor, Office Manager

Chiropractic is the best-kept secret in healthcare.

Not only can seeing a Chiropracter regularly reduce your stress and help you sleep better, it can also improve your overall health.  That’s because Chiropractic adjustments don’t involve the use of drugs or surgery.

Using their hands and special tools, your chiropractor will manipulate the troubled area of your body to improve alignment.  This opens up the nerve channels to improve the flow of nerve stimulation to that area, causing a better range of motion and decreased pain.



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Dr. Julie Chiropractic & Massage

Hours of Operation:
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    Monday 8:00AM – 5:30PM
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    Tuesday 8:00AM – 6:00PM
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    Wed. 8:00AM – 5:30PM
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    Thursday 8:00AM – 6:00PM
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    Friday 8:00AM – 5:30PM

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