Pain to Power: (480) 994-4411
Secrest Family Chiropractic, PC "I want to be your Chiropractor!" Dr. Daniel P. Secrest, DC, Chiropractic Physician Come see us on the SouthWest Corner of Hayden & Osborn Roads 3350 N. Hayden Road, Suite 112 (next to OfficeMax) Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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Phone: (480) 994-4411
Ask for a Free Consultation, with no obligation, for people who just want to talk first. We are pleased to answer your questions because your good health is at stake. Once your free consultation is complete and if time permits, we can usually proceed--on a fee basis--to conduct your initial examination and first adjustment on the same appointment, in accordance with your insurance payment plan.
We are located in South Scottsdale and serve the communities of Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Metro-Scottsdale-Phoenix, Paradise Valley and Fountain Hills.
Note: As with any healthcare treatment/therapy, results are not guaranteed and there are no promises or claims made by the doctor, office staff or the corporation for the cure of any disorder, disease or condition. Chiropractic adjustments and supportive therapies are designed to reduce and/or correct subluxations, allowing the body to return to improved health.
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