Chiropractic Treatment Hours:
8am – 11am & 3pm – 6pm
8am – 11am
2:30pm – 4:30pm
8am – 11am & 3pm – 6pm
One Village Family Chiropractic Community
(Formerly West Edmonton Family Chiropractic Studio)
Whether new, newly expecting or well established, we encourage gentle chiropractic care for your entire family to properly detect and correct misalignments in order to restore the flow of critical nerve impulses and responsiveness through the spine and body. Sit and be examined by leading chiropractic technology; lay relaxed and be cared for by safe, gentle hands in order to release the innate recuperative power of the body; and rise up to your true potential with an individual care plan designed specifically to address your unique health and wellness goals. Dr. Wendy Coburn is here for you.
We invite you to come together, join our community and experience the truth about chiropractic care in order to adjust the health futures of your family.
It takes a village to mend the gaps in any generation and offer new beginnings free from pain or discomfort. It takes just One Village.
Located in Edmonton’s Crestwood neighbourhood, we service patients from all over central Edmonton and area including: downtown Edmonton, Morinville, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Leduc, Sherwood Park and St. Albert.
Appointments are best, but we do accept walk in patients.
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Lose the shoes – preferably indoors in the winter months. Being barefoot for everyone for periods of time helps to stimulate the brain and nerve pathways throughout the body. Having bare feet in our littles helps develop the nerve system. If you have a toddler learning to walk and it
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