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Chiropractors create network to deliver services

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Black Chiropractors of Minnesota (BCM) recently solidified its core base of providers, pledging to become a highly recognized network of African American physicians and complimentary healthcare providers specializing in preventative healthcare, pain relief and soft tissue injuries, all with a drug-free approach! The Doctors and Chiropractic Assistants of Black Chiropractors of Minnesota. Back row, from left to right: Dr. Tara Watson, Dr. Juneau Robbins, Dr. Deverick Morgan and Dr. John Aenelus. Sitting, left to right: Felecia Smith, Sandra Short, Tina Beavers and Fe Wilcher

Black Chiropractors of Minnesota (BCM) recently solidified its core base of providers, pledging to become a highly recognized network of African American physicians and complimentary healthcare providers specializing in preventative healthcare, pain relief and soft tissue injuries, all with a drug-free approach!

Founded by Dr. Deverick Morgan and Dr. Juneau Robbins in the spring of 2002, Black Chiropractors of Minnesota is the only black-owned, drug-free specialty health network in Minnesota. The main focus of the organization is chiropractic; the largest, fastest growing drug-free method of healthcare in the world!

Chiropractic is a natural healing science focusing on restoring and maintaining natural health by removing nerve interference originating in the spinal column and muscles of the body. Common conditions helped by chiropractic care, supported by scientific research, include headaches, neck stiffness, back pain, sciatica, general fatigue, stress, arthritis, child asthma and soft tissue injuries related to motor vehicle accidents.

Currently Black Chiropractors of Minnesota has four Twin Cities’ locations spread throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul. Most major insurances are accepted. For more information, to schedule an appointment, or arrange a complimentary telephone consultation, please call 1-888-522-2344.
 

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