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How to Manage Your Seasonal Allergies to Mountain Cedar

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on August 15, 2017

Nothing smells better than the scent of mountain cedar in the late fall and winter, so long as you aren’t sneezing too severely to enjoy it. For those with seasonal allergies to this western tree, living with allergies in Temple,... Read More


Choose the Anthony Medical & Chiropractic Center for Your Primary Care

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on July 25, 2017

We all know it’s important to schedule regular appointments with a doctor that you trust, but how do you choose the right health clinic for you? The Anthony Medical & Chiropractic Center has the necessary services to keep every part... Read More


Five Things Your Massage Therapist Knows About Your Body

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on July 17, 2017

A great way to relieve tension and stress in the body, a trip to your massage therapist can reveal a lot more about your health than you might have thought. From the injuries you sustained as a child to the amount of... Read More


Take a Multi-Faceted Approach to Healthcare

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on June 16, 2017

Whether you are looking for a primary care physician, pain management solutions, acupuncture or chiropractic care, Anthony Medical & Chiropractic Center fits your needs! At our facility, a multi-clinician approach is taken with all patients to ensure that they receive... Read More


Primary Care Physician or Pain Management Doctor?

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on June 16, 2017

When you are in pain there are a multitude of routes that you can take to try and help solve the issue. Here at Anthony Medical & Chiropractic Center, we thankfully have specialists in a number of different areas to... Read More


The Importance of a Primary Care Physician [Infographic]

Written By Anthony Chiropractic and Massage on June 16, 2017

Regardless of your age or health, it is important to have a primary care physician who you visit at least once a year. The individual you call if you are feeling ill, your primary care physician is your first contact... Read More


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