• Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow often gets better on its own, but the majority of people who have persistent pain show improvement through non-surgical treatment. Tennis elbow is actually a misnomer in that it occurs in roughly only five percent of people who play tennis. Anatomically, the cause of tennis elbow is repetitive

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  • Carpal Tunnel

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) has become one of the most widespread occupational health problems we face today. It affects millions of people a year, and with our growing reliance on computers there seems to be no end in sight.The syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve just above the wrist.

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  • "Dr. Davis is very approachable and I have learned a lot from him. He has helped me tremendously with my back problems and joints. I would recommend him to anyone and have told my friends and relatives how much he has helped me. I intend to keep seeing Dr. Davis because on the benefits I have received from his adjustments, now everyday tasks are easy to do!"
    M.B. Pocatello, ID
  • "My Sister recommended that I go see Dr. Davis. I was having real bad side effects from the 4 blood pressures medications I was taking. I was very impressed by my visit, it was more than I expected. Dr. Davis explained things in a way that I could understand and has tremendous knowledge about things that concern me. I have been able to get off my Blood Pressure medications. It is so amazing what natural medicine can do and I am so thankful for the help I have received."

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