Kennett Chiropractic Center

Kennett Chiropractic Center

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Specializing in chronic pain management without drugs or surgery. Located in downtown Historic Kennett Square. Dr. David Shmukler specializes in treating Chronic Pain including Fibromyalgia, Back and Neck Pain, Headaches, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sports and Work Injuries, Spinal Stenosis and Doctor-Supervised Weight Loss.

Operating as usual

[10/13/17]   Dr. David Shmukler has joined Kennedy Health in Wilmington, Delaware. He can be reached at 302-754-3102 on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

[09/06/17]   Kennett Chiropractic Center is closing on Friday September 8, 2017. Dr. David Shmukler has joined Kennedy Health in Wilmington, Delaware. He can be reached at 302-394-0113.

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[08/21/17]   Our office hours are Monday and Wednesday 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5:30 pm. Friday are hours are from 10 am to 12 pm.

philly.com 08/16/2017

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philly.com 08/14/2017

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philly.com 08/08/2017

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New debate on antibiotics: Do you really need to take the full course?

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philly.com 08/04/2017

Low-carb vs. low-fat: New research says it doesn't really matter

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philly.com 08/02/2017

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philly.com 08/01/2017

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Increase In Supplement Poisonings

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New evidence that lifestyle may be powerful medicine to prevent dementia

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Science Says: Not all cancers need treatment right away

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philly.com 07/12/2017

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The science behind brain freeze and what you can do about it

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Penn study: Online brain training fails another test

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philly.com 07/03/2017

Q&A: What can I do to build bone mass?

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philly.com 06/29/2017

Opioid-related hospitalizations soar in Pennsylvania

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The Skinny on Saturated Fat

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Greater opioid use and mental health disorders are linked in a new study

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Do you suffer from chronic low back pain?

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Healthy Bones 101: A fitness routine to help fight bone loss

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philly.com 06/20/2017

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219 N Union St
Kennett Square, PA
19348

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 12pm
2pm - 6pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 12pm
2pm - 6pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 12pm
2pm - 6pm
Thursday 8:30am - 12pm
2pm - 6pm
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