Next Level Family Chiropractic is geared to provide the families in the Saint Augustine/St. Johns County community with excellent and affordable chiropractic care and promote optimal health and wellness through education and empowerment.
Saint Augustine, Florida Aug 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Next Level Family Chiropractic, which held its grand opening ceremony on October 4th at 3100 US-1 STE 4A, St. Augustine, FL 32086 is celebrating their first year in Business.
Although Next Level Family Chiropractic is new to St Augustine, they have already been nominated for the St Augustine Records “Best of St Augustine 2022”
Being a Pediatric Specialist, about 50% percent of Next Levels patients are children as the office specializes in pediatric and prenatal chiropractic care.
Dr. Maggie Velijoski and Dr. Fatih Velijoski, who founded the business, said the mission is to provide “hope and healing to children and families through alternative health care.”
Dr. Fatih Velijoski said the practice serves as an alternative to drugs or surgery and aims to serve patients “in the most natural way possible.”
Although Next Level Family Chiropractic specializes in pediatric care, Next Level Family Chiropractic also provides a full body analysis including extremities, soft tissue work, chiropractic care, and therapeutic exercises in Saint Augustine, Fl.
Next Level Family Chiropractic provides chiropractic treatment for people from all walks of life, including pregnant women, infants and children, athletes, and everyone in between.
These treatments apply to all ages and include, pregnancy care, drug-free pain management, and muscle testing & movement screenings for preventative care. Next Level Family Chiropractic is truly a family-centered practice that treats each patient that walks through our doors as a member of that family.
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