Did you know that osteoporosis- which causes progressive bone deterioration- strikes men as well as women? The National Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that osteoporosis-related fractures (parti ...View Article
Atlantic County, Egg Harbor Township,
Mays Landing,New Jersey
Six Klingert chiropractors to help you on your journey to better health!!
Klingert Family Chiropractic Center, P.C.
Richard M. Klingert, D.C. & Casey J. Klingert, D.C.
1319 Old Zion Road Egg Harbor Township 609- 653-1100
Hours: M*W*F 8-12 & 2-6
Klingert Chiropractic Wellness Center, LLC
Alisun A. Klingert, DC
800 Route 50 1H Mays Landing
Klingert Chiropractic Center
Mark Klingert, D.C. & Kera Klingert, D.C. & Shaun Rankin, D.C.
16816 35th Ave. Suite 8 Phoenix, Az. 85053
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It used to be that osteoporosis was considered a disease that affected only the elderly. We particularly associated osteoporosis with older women whose backs were slightly hunched over or those wh ...View Article