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Perry Chiropractic Health Center

At Perry Chiropractic Health Center our goal is to help serve our patients to achieve the highest quality of life possible.  As part of the Perry Chiropractic family, you can choose to have your pain relief needs met here.  We also provide custom home instructions for all aspects of your daily life, nutritional expertise, weekly educational tips via e-mail if you desire, and a vibrant team of health professionals dedicated to putting your health first.
 
 
Dr. Brian Gillis, Dr. Stacey Carter
1207 C Houston Lake
Perry, GA 31069

Phone (478) 987-9666 & Fax (478) 988-8091

E-Mail: drbgillis@yahoo.com for Dr. Gillis

Top News & Articles
You Can Stand the Pain and Do Your Job
Sure you can stand the pain, but can you stand what the pain is doing to your life? Should you stand the pain?

This is especially true with work-related accidents and injury. Ignoring or enduring pain no longer makes you tough. It makes you vulnerable. If you don't have your pains investigated on a timely basis, you could be permanently ruining your health. You already know it's affecting your job.



Get Rid of the Pain Get Back On The Job
THE VERDICT IS IN on back-related, on-the-job injuries. The jury is standing straight and tall and pain-free and voting 'YES' for chiropractic care.


That Tingling Feeling
The foot is a remarkable mechanism and is as complex as any system in the body. Containing 26 bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, a complicated nerve supply; it isn't surprising that it is reported that 75% of Americans complain of foot problems each year.

Pain is a familiar symptom. What about a "Tingling Sensation" that doesn't hurt, but keeps recurring. We've heard people say: "Don't worry about it. Your foot's just asleep." That is a familiar sensation to us all. You cross your leg and then find that it has gone numb. The ensuing "pins and needles" sensation is referred to as "gone to sleep."



WHIPLASH-I know what it is now
This is a daily statement being made by new members of the "Whiplash Club." The term "whiplash" is such a common term to the general populace, but only after one has had the unfortunate experience, is the true understanding really felt.



Exercise
  
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.