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New Walk-In Chiropractic Office Coming To Williamsburg

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JAMES CITY-The Joint Chiropractic, a walk-in chiropractic office, will soon open a location in the Williamsburg area.

The Joint, which first began in 1999, tentatively plans to open a space on Centerville Road in Lightfoot in December.

The family chiropractic facility specializes in treatment of back pain, sciatic pain, neck pain, migraines, and other issues related to spine health.

The Joint does not require any appointments for treatment, and has extended hours, offering services at night and on the weekends. Patients can stop by at their convenience.  Visit packages are available.

The Joint has 17 chiropractic offices in Virginia, including four in the Richmond area and one in Virginia Beach. In addition to the new Williamsburg office,  five other locations of The Joint are pending in Hampton Roads including offices on Kilgore Avenue in Hampton and Jefferson Avenue in Newport News.

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