For An Appointment
Please call us at
478 987 9666
or Email
About Us New Patient Insurance Newsletter Calendar Contact Us 8 Weeks to Wellness
Welcome
About Us
Contact Us
Multimedia Education
Top News & Articles
What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic Philosophy
Chiropractic and Pediatrics
First Visit Experience
Chiropractic Education
Spinal Problems Q&A
Design by ChiroMedia
Powered by SolLink.net
Mission Statement

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
Fender Benders Can Be Dangerous to Your Health!
In years past, people used to have inexpensive fender benders, but not anymore. Even a minor accident can cost a thousand dollars to restore the car to its original condition.

The greatest injury, though, is not to the automobile or truck, but to the vehicle's occupants. That has not changed. We hear survivors of accidents talk about walking away from an accident while their vehicle was totally demolished.



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.


Our Health and Multiple Choice
Have you ever taken a test in school that was "multiple choice"? If you were like most of us, you preferred multiple choice tests because-well-because we knew they were easier than essays for one thing. Also, we knew if we had any kind of working knowledge about the test topics, we could eliminate some answers and narrow it down to one obvious answer. Usually. There was always that one teacher who gave us a choice of one obviously wrong answer and two or three that we couldn't figure out... We had to have the "best choice" right answer; the next to the best wasn't good enough, but, unfortunately, it wasn't as obvious as we hoped. We couldn't fake our way through.


FATIGUE-I Need A Tune-Up
"Doctor, I go to bed tired and I wake up tired." A common complaint in most doctors' offices. The usual examination checks for diabetes, hypoglycemia, anemia and other conditions which cause chronic tiredness. Often, no definite physiological disease can be pinpointed. The patient is left with a frustrated feeling and is still tired.



Exercise-Taichi
  
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.