What We Do
Discovering the power of chiropractic was a gift. Sharing the power of chiropractic is a blessing.
Chiropractic treatments are primarily applied to the spinal region, many individuals incorrectly assume that chiropractors treat only back and neck ailments.
While we do quickly and effectively eliminate back and neck pain, it's not the only goal. The objective is to restore and optimize human health. In fact, according to a statement from The Association of Chiropractic Colleges, "The purpose of chiropractic is to optimize health."
At Warner Family Chiropractic, we want to help our youngest patients enjoy a lifetime of wellness.
“Our mission is to share the blessing of chiropractic with as many families as possible in our community, in order that they can experience the joy of maximum health restoration and wellness”
Babies and Children
What could be more important than knowing that your newborn baby’s nervous system, immune system, and developmental progress are functioning and developing at their full God-given potential?
We at Warner Family Chiropractic believe that what you eat largely determines what kind of health you enjoy today and in your future.
“You are what you eat?" Yet, like so many other catch phrases we know, “knowing the way, is not the same as going the way.”
Folks, it cannot be overstated: Nutritional Counseling is vital to your overall health. Countless research studies have overwhelmingly proven that proper nutrition and nutritional counseling are vital to ones' health.
Nutrition is vital to your health and the health of everyone in your family.
Men: This includes you!
About The Doctor
Dr. David Warner
Discovering chiropractic was a gift. Sharing chiropractic with others is a blessing.
I was training to be a medical doctor, but one day I heard a news report on my car’s radio of how a woman had been permanently damaged by a medical procedure. I put myself in that doctor’s shoes. I thought, how could I live with myself, knowing I had damaged someone forever. When I came home and discussed the news report with my wife, she said, “What about becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic?”
I had always gone to a Chiropractor and they had literally given me my life back as a child. And I had been told that Chiropractic care is safer than taking a Tylenol so I knew I would only be helping people. So, once I was done receiving my bachelor’s degree, I was off to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa, to get my DC degree.