Community Chiropractic

Health & Wellness

General Information: 300 Main St
Groton, MA 01450
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Dr Steve Jarboe first went to a chiropractor because of excruciating back pain at a very young age. Upon examining his x-rays, he learned that years of high impact sports had done damage to his spine without his awareness. He was inspired by how much better he felt and functioned with chiropractic adjustments that he decided to become a chiropractor and attended Life Chiropractic University, graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1997.

Dr. Pam Jarboe began her career working as an assistant for a chiropractor in 1986. She traveled into Harlem, NY with her chiropractor, adjusting children who were drug addicted, had AIDS or were abandoned as babies. Inspired by the many changes she witnessed in this practice, especially in children, she decided to attend Life Chiropractic University and graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1995.

Our experience in practice has shown us that when people have an overload of stimulus: physical, chemical and/or emotional, their bodies and minds don't work as well as they could. As people receive this extraordinarily gentle chiropractic care, they feel freer, more flexible, clear headed and happy. They have more of themselves back. We have trained extensively in newer, gentle low force and non manipulative techniques as well as traditional chiropractic. Through gentle specific adjustments along your spine, tension is released from your nerve system, thus allowing your body to experience more of its potential. We have had the honor of adjusting brand new babies and hundred year old patients in our combined 25 years of practice.

We hope to provide excellent care for you and your family,

Drs. Stephen and Pamela Jarboe

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