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Perry Chiropractic Health Center

At Perry Chiropractic Health Center our goal is to help serve our patients to achieve the highest quality of life possible.  As part of the Perry Chiropractic family, you can choose to have your pain relief needs met here.  We also provide custom home instructions for all aspects of your daily life, nutritional expertise, weekly educational tips via e-mail if you desire, and a vibrant team of health professionals dedicated to putting your health first.
 
 
Dr. Brian Gillis, Dr. Stacey Carter
1207 C Houston Lake
Perry, GA 31069

Phone (478) 987-9666 & Fax (478) 988-8091

E-Mail: drbgillis@yahoo.com for Dr. Gillis

Top News & Articles
Allergies-Mary Mary How (Technical)
That's right. The second line used to read "How does your GARDEN grow?" A more appropriate question is becoming: "How does your ALLERGY grow?". According to information released in December, 1999 by the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, the number of people suffering from allergies has grown from 12 to 38 percent in a thirty year period. According to Thomas Ogren who has spent the last 11 years studying allergies, allergic asthma has now become the number one chronic childhood disease in America.


Caution: Low Shoulder
"Caution: Low Shoulder" is an obvious danger sign. On the highway, it means to watch where you're going. If you get too close to the side of the road, you'll slide off into the ditch where you might get stuck or even roll your car. When you have a low shoulder, you may be in danger of sliding off into ill health. A low shoulder can often indicate a musculo-skeletal (muscles and the bones they're attached to) imbalance that can create functional problems, as well as, pain.


ASTHMA Oh God, Help Me Breathe!!
Asthma may best be described as a frantic struggle to breathe. If you've ever seen anyone desperately fighting for breath during an asthma attack, you know how serious and frightening it really is.


Arthritis
Recently, one of our chiropractic sources printed a very interesting article reviewing a study published in the "Annals of Internal Medicine". The outcome of this study may be very useful to you or someone you know.



Get to Know Your Spine
  
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.