Our staff is now vaccinated against Covid 19

 

Welcome to York Chiropractic Clinic where we offer a full service of therapies to meet your needs.
York Chiropractic is located at 486 Spring Road in Elmhurst.

Dr. Noelle O'Connor has run this practice for 25 years. The clinic offers traditional chiropractic treatments, acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, massage therapy & other services.

Dr. O'Connor is also a professor in the Kinesiology department at Elmhurst College, a certified holistic nutritionist, a certified instructor for the American Heart Association, a member of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a candidate for the National Fitness Hall of Fame.

Does pain or stiffness keep you from living the life you want? Sports injuries, household accidents, repetitive actions on the job, and tension from everyday stresses can cause problems that, too often, take up permanent residence in our bodies. Chiropractic care can help. Treatments release tension in the joints and muscles, as well as increase circulation and flexibility.

Chiropractic care has proven to be beneficial in treating neck and lower back pain, headaches, whiplash, pinched nerves, TMJ, shoulder pain, sciatica, slipped discs, arthritic pain, athletic injuries, and much more. Chiropractic treatment and acupuncture are effective, natural, non-invasive approaches to health care that emphasize exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle modification.

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