Terry Anelons was on the home stretch of a race. His pace was strong and he only had a few miles to go. Then he felt it—the telltale pop and grinding sensation of a misaligned hip. Though Terry had to drop out of the race, his journey back to health led him to a prize more valuable than a finisher's medal: a rewarding career. Terry found his muse when he sought out chiropractic treatment for his injury. He was astonished by the noninvasive, drug-free treatment that got him back into racing shape. Leaving pharmacy work behind, he pursued a degree in chiropractic medicine, and opened Harvard Chiropractic in 1989.
Today, the doctor of chiropractic's services range from pain-alleviating massages to the traditional ailment-curing spinal realignments of a chiropractor. He strives to educate his clientele about the four aspects of spinal health, to help them care for their health and avoid the kind of injury he suffered. The doctor boasts special training in treating spinal subluxations from all causes, from car accidents to hula-hooping duels in the office break room.