By: Lorrie Ward Jackson | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: May 2010
Dr. Cory Hicks and Dr. Elaine Clinton welcome you to Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab, where you can improve your overall health through care of the spine and nervous system.
What if someone could tell you not only how to live a long life, but how to live it well? Dr. Elaine Clinton of Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab doesn’t claim to have all the answers, but she does have suggestions on improving your overall health through proper care of the spine and nervous system. Dr. Clinton speaks to office, community and company groups with tips on “How to Stay Young Your First 100 Years.”
“Studies show that life expectancy is going up more, and more people are living past the age of 100," says Dr. Clinton. "If you are going to be living longer, you want that long life to be a quality life. If you are going to enjoy more of your life, you have to take care of your spine, because it houses your nervous system — which controls everything."
Dr. Elaine Clinton recently joined Dr. Cory Hicks at Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab after completing her education at Northwest College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis. “I love it here in Claremore with its small town atmosphere,” she says. “The people here are great – it reminds me of my hometown.”
“The office here is great as well,” she adds. “We are very serious about taking care of patients, but we have a lot of fun too.”
Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab has been a part the Claremore community for 30 years. The practice has been owned and operated by Dr. Ron Hicks. His son, Dr. Cory Hicks, has taken over the practice as Dr. Ron moves into semi-retirement. Since that time, Dr. Cory Hicks has seen steady growth in the practice, even opening a satellite branch in Skiatook. The clinic offers an array of services, from chiropractic care to rehabilitation to acupuncture to orthotics. “We try to integrate a little bit of everything,” says Dr. Hicks. “We don’t want to just treat pain and symptoms, but to get to the root and source of each problem to fix it for the long term.”
The clinic treats all age groups, from newborn to the elderly. “We treat a lot of athletes,” says Dr. Hicks. “We work with ORU’s athletic programs, as well as with other local colleges and high schools.”
Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab has also seen a rise in female clientele since Dr. Clinton’s appearance. “Women often seem more comfortable visiting with a woman chiropractor,” Dr. Clinton explains. “And there aren’t a lot of female chiropractors out there, so I’m glad to be able to help in this area.”
If you are interested in living a life that has as much quality as it has quantity, visit Claremore Chiropractic & Rehab and let Dr. Clinton and Dr. Hicks help you “stay young your first 100 years.”