Fishers IN Chiropracter Children & Pregnant Women Specialist Announced

Pinnacle Chiropractic & Wellness, available on 317-288-4514, have announced that Dr Kathleen Weimold specializes in the treatment of babies, children and pregnant women. The Fishers, IN clinic offers chiropractic care to patients of all ages.

Fishers, United States - August 10, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Dr Kathleen Wiemold of Pinnacle Chiropractic & Wellness announced her specialized chiropractic care for infants, children’s and pregnant women. The Fishers, IN based center offers high quality, affordable and convenient chiropractic care to their patients.

For more information, please visit the website here: http://pinnacleatgeist.com/

Pinnacle Chiropractic & Wellness is a clinic based in Fishers, IN. They explain that their mission is to provide their community with a new perspective on health and to help the see that the body is intelligent and able to self-regulate and self-heal in the right conditions. They offer chiropractic adjustment to help aid this process.

The clinic has announced that Dr Kathleen Weimold specializes in chiropractic care for children and expectant mothers. Dr Weimold graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree before graduating Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.

Dr Weimold’s work experience includes internships at Kenosha Chiropractic Group, a radiology internship at Palmer and many hours spent in the Palmer clinics. She also has vast experience in patient care, gained through Palmer’s Clinic Abroad Program. Through this program she travelled to Manaus and Brazil.

As a member of the International Pediatric Chiropractic Association (ICPA), Dr Weimold has received a specialized education that make s her an authority in diagnoseing and treating babies, children and pregnant women with skill and confidence.

Chiropractic care is a gentle and safe treatment for children and pregnant women. Chiropractic helps the body to function properly and treatment of spinal misalignments can help the nerve’s ability to communicate properly. This in turn can help ease the symptoms of colic, reflux, asthma, allergies and much more.

A previous patient has said of Dr Weimold’s work: “I started going to Pinnackle Chriopractic in May of 2018. Dr Kathleen does a great job! She asks the right questions and is also easy to talk to.”

Those wishing to find out more about Dr Kathleen Weimold and Pinnacle Chiropractic & Wellness can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they are also available on 317-288-4514.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Kathleen Wiemold
Email: doctor@pinnacleatgeist.com
Organization: Pinnacle Chiropractic & Wellness
Address: 10126 Brooks School Rd, Fishers, IN 46037, United States
Phone: +1-317-288-4514

For more information, please visit http://www.pinnacleatgeist.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 392123

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