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Up to 64% Off on Chiropractic Services - Massage and Exam at Great Lakes Health & Wellness

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Gift of Pain is unpleasant. Our Evaluation and treatments remove pain and restore function to get you back to your routine quickly.

About This Deal

Mary Peterson, DC CPed offers treatment from your nose to your toes without pills, potions or lotions. We offer Light Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, orthopedic footwear and more.

Let our team of professionals help you get your MOJO back on track.    

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About Great Lakes Health & Wellness

Many businesses offer pain relief but few accurately diagnose the cause of pain and treat the source. At Great Lakes Health & Wellness, an integrative wellness center, Mary Peterson, DC, CPed, performs a complete Orthopedic, Neurologic, Foot, Gait and Energetic evaluation. Energetic blockages create Disharmony in the body. When left untreated, Dis-harmonies can lead to Dis-ease. Since there are no blood tests for pain or disharmony, patients become disappointed when told their is "Nothing Wrong" and it is all in their head.

Dr. Peterson evaluates patients from their Nose to Toes and looks for energetic blockages that interfere with function and cause pain, neuropathy, insomnia, IBS, headaches and more. Dr. Peterson offers customized treatment options to restore overall health and energetic balance. "My 1st Goal is to get rid of pain and disharmony, my 2nd goal is to restore function and finally teach patient how to manage condition on their own. This may include supplementation, exercise, diet, supportive care, etc. It is best to treat conditions when they come and go. Waiting until they become constant can have permanent irreversible consequences."