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Welcome to Loertscher Chiropractic Clinic!

Located in the heart of Aberdeen,  Dr Fred Loertscher, with 40 years experience, is capable of taking care of all your chiropractic needs: acute injury, chronic pain and wellness care.

When the spine is not aligned, common signs are: increased stress (in an already stress-filled world), lack of sleep, fatigue, and muscle soreness.

Our goal:  to get you, and your body, to function at peak performance, naturally.

Our method: manual manipulation of the spine, based on the Gonstead Technique (known for its rapid and permanent recovery time.)   We couple this with spinal x-ray analysis in our fully equipped facility.

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Our Regular Schedule

Loertscher Chiropractic Clinic

Monday:

12:00pm

5:00pm

Tuesday:

12:00pm

5:00pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Closed

Thursday:

12:00pm

5:00pm

Friday:

12:00pm

5:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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