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Hatboro Family Wellness!
Family Chiropractic Care and Wellness Services
•Specializing in Children and Expectant Mothers•
We provide family wellness services and chiropractic care for newborns through adults with a special consideration for the needs of pregnant mothers and children. Dr. Tara (Snyder) Buchakjian has received the highest degree of certification available in the care of Pregnant Mothers and Children through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A) and is a pediatric chiropractic diplomate and a board certified pediatric chiropractor. She is also certified in the Webster Technique for pelvic balance during pregnancy allowing for optimal fetal positioning and an easier, safer birth. This prenatal treatment is very successful in allowing a breech baby to turn head down for delivery.
At Hatboro Family Wellness we are dedicated to helping you and your family achieve optimal health. Sit down on the couch in front of the fireplace and experience our unique healing office environment. Not only will you be comfortable, but you are also assured of receiving thorough and caring service.
Please browse the website to learn more about our office.
Hatboro Family Wellness...
Dedicated to Helping Families Reach Their Full Wellness Potential!
Tara (Snyder) Buchakjian, BS, DC Hatboro Chiropractor |
Hatboro Family Wellness | Workshops & Lectures | (215) 444-0441
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FREE Consultation Offer
We offer a no obligation, FREE consultation to discuss your health history and concerns. This gives you the chance to meet us, see our office, and determine if we are the right fit for your health needs and goals.
Call us at (215) 444-0441 or click the request appointment button below our office hours to take advantage of this exclusive offer.
What others are saying...
"Before seeing Dr. Tara, I thought back pain was just a normal part of pregnancy. I'm feeling better in my 3rd trimester than I have felt all pregnancy! I didn't know pregnancy could feel so wonderful!" -Jess
"Chiropractic works!! Matthew (2 years old) hasn't had an ear infection since he started chiropractic care 8 months ago!! I am thrilled because now he doesn’t need to get tubes in his ears!! " -Anna (Matthew's mother)
"I would like to thank Dr. Tara for all the useful information she has provided to me and the inspiration and desire to make dramatic changes in my life to benefit my health." -Tarah
"I love Dr. Tara and chiropractic care!! You don't realize how affected you are by stress. Getting adjusted it is a huge release of stress and tension! I look forward to my adjustment each week." -Will
"We brought our one year old son in to see Dr. Tara for help with his lack of appetite and constipation. After our son's first chiropractic treatment he almost instantaneously started going to the bathroom. Soon after that his appetite improved... " -Michelle