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Dr. Maggie Sliwka

  • Dr. Maggie Sliwka

    Dr. Maggie Sliwka has been a practicing chiropractor since graduating from Life University in 2009. There, she learned many different chiropractic therapies, but focused more on Diversified, Thompson, and Activator techniques. Upon graduation, she moved to the Netherlands and worked there as a chiropractor until late 2015. Between learning Dutch and traveling, she continued to expand her chiropractic knowledge by studying pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic care.

    In 2016, she started working in the States at Georgia Spinal Health and Wellness, where she added decompression protocol to her repertoire of chiropractic techniques. There, she also treated many Personal Injury patients and has worked with lawyers, orthopedic specialists, and other health care professionals. She keeps up with the latest in the chiropractic field through continuing education and plans on pursuing an Occupational Health and Applied Ergonomics diplomate.

    Dr. Maggie educates her patients on ergonomic solutions to daily situations and incorporates other therapeutic tools in a patient’s care plan (exercises, massage therapy, health and wellness information, etc) to ensure their success in achieving optimal health. Her personal chiropractic philosophy revolves around the biomechanics of the spine and its interaction with our daily lives, and how correcting issues in our environment can help to prolong better functionality achieved through chiropractic adjustments of the spine and extremities.

    In her free time, Dr. Maggie is an avid reader, a fan of outdoorsy-type activities, and enjoys staying in the know when it comes to the latest in movies.

    You can visit Dr. Maggie’s website at: www.DrMaggieChiro.com

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Tuesday:

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3-6

Wednesday:

9-1

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Thursday:

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Friday:

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3-6

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  • "I love going to the chiropractor! Dr. Gaby has the best bedside manner of any doctor I've ever met! He has been treating my husband since he was a child and then me since my husband and I got married (nearly 10 years!) He listens to your concerns and treats you like part of the family! He also has a great sense of humour which I believe every doctor should have!"
    Shellee M.
  • "I have benefitted tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Anderson. Not only has the adjustments helped alleviate my stiffness and aches, but it has helped me have more energy and just feel more balanced over all. A few months ago, I was able to resume a favorite hobby of mine: golf. Due to my previous pain, I never thought that’d be possible."
    Back Pain

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