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Welcome to Living Health Chirporactic
Your East Greenbush Chiropractor

Call us at (518) 477-6330 today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our East Greenbush chiropractor, call (518) 477-6330 today!

Living Health Chiropractic PLLC has been delivering quality chiropractic care to the Capital Region community since 2004.

We feel that health is among one of the most important things in our lives. Although some people come to us after they’ve lost their health, our commitment is straight-forward:

During the initial stage of acute care, relief of pain is usually the patients first goal. We have to find the underlying cause of the problem and determine a plan for care that will help get the patient results in the quickest way possible. At that point, we then advise them of continuing their care even though their initial pain maybe resolved.

Now it is decision time!!!!

The bottom line is we want our patients to be as healthy as they can be. We believe that in continuing your chiropractic care, you can enhance your bodies natural ability to help itself and therefore attempts to prevent other unhealthy issues from taking place.

You’re In Control!

Regardless of our recommendations, it’s your body, your health and your future. All we can do is guide you along in the process and give you the tools that you need to make healthy choices but it’s up to you to decide how much of it you want.

Interested? Give the office a call at 518-477-6330 to schedule an appointment.

Dr. Winter Guffey
East Greenbush Chiropractor | Living Health Chirporactic | (518) 477-6330

91 Troy Rd
East Greenbush, NY 12061

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Winter M. Guffey

    Dr. Winter Guffey graduated from St. Lawrence University with a B.S. in Chemistry and then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida where she graduated in 2006. She loves being a chiropractor and is excited to come to work every day because it is always fun and rewarding. She enjoys treating all patients however has had a lot of experience working with children with disabilities. She has a great fondness for Sacro Occipital, Thompson, and Diversified techniques, as well as, being an advanced proficiency rated Activator doctor.

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