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Welcome!  If you've found your way to this site, you've probably been referred to us by one of our patients and you already know how their health has improved with our unique chiropractic care program.  Keep reading to find out more about what's different about what we offer at Path of Life, and how our care can steer you back onto your path to health.

At our Nashua, New Hampshire office we aim to clearly identify for you whether your spine is normal and functioning at its best, or whether your spine's structure and function is compromised by a neurostructural shift.  Some secondary signs and symptoms that a spine is compromised include:

spine stiffness or discomfort, or reduced range of motion;

impaired sleep, low energy, anxiety, or inability to focus;

headaches, migraines, dizziness, lack of mental clarity;

blood pressure problems or digestive issues;

frequent colds or flu, allergies, or other immune system problems.

If you have any of these telltale secondary conditions, the underlying culprit may be a neurostructural abnormality.  While many healthcare disciplines (such as physical therapy, medication, or symptomatic chiropractic care) can help to alleviate pain or any of the symptoms above, the primary focus of our practice is to serve those who want to correct the underlying problem that causes these secondary conditions.  We offer Neurostructural Correction programs customized to fit each of our patient's individual needs and address each patient's unique structural shift(s), and guidance that enables our patients to achieve and maintain correction of their problem.

If you're interested in exploring whether the care we provide is right for you, please call us at 603.886.8300 to schedule a complimentary, in-office 15 minute consultation during which you can sit down directly with Dr. Amy to discuss your issues, concerns, and expectations.  We look forward to talking with you to see whether our approach will be the best fit for your needs.

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"While other professions are concerned with changing the environment to suit the weakened body, the chiropractor is concerned with strengthening the body to suit the environment."  - B.J. Palmer, D.C.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Amy's holistic brand of care is extraordinary.
    Her care is tailored for each patient to achieve maximum benefit, and optimum health."
    C.M., Manchester, NH
  • "I had been to chiropractors before, but had not been impressed... Then I found Dr. Amy at Path of Life and it has changed my life. She really takes the time to explain what she does and helps you to help yourself. It is wonderful to actually develop a relationship with a doctor who is truly dedicated to helping you get and stay your healthiest in the most natural way possible."
    J.M., Nashua, NH

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