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Send Us a Message Community Chiropractic of Acton 282 Central St Acton, MA 01720 978-263-9355

If you’re working hard at life yet feeling like you just do not have the ability to keep up between aches and pains, lack of sleep, stress and low energy, and trying to do some of the “right” things but not seeing results. Or, if the daily demands of wearing multiple hats has you feeling depleted
instead of inspired and energized, take heart.
You aren’t alone.

So many patients come into our office at the end of their rope looking for better answers but not sure it is even possible. After a short time with us, they are stunned to realize how much better they feel and function. They are amazed at how extraordinarily gentle the care is, AND how cost-effective. The majority of people share that they wish someone had told them sooner.

Dr. Pam Jarboe has over 25 years of experience in advanced low force effective chiropractic techniques. The office is infused with her warm and thorough care. Community Chiropractic Of Acton is dedicated to providing answers to you and getting you the help you need. Our patient-centered approach helps us to serve a wide range of ages of people with varying health challenges.


How to Get Started

1) First, CALL US! 978-263-9355  We can’t wait to book you an Initial Consultation.

2)  To welcome our new patients, Community Chiropractic offers an Initial Consultation. Chiropractic care is an extremely effective method that has had helped millions of people with a broad range of conditions. Each patient brings a unique medical history, and thus our Initial Consultation focuses on gaining an understanding of each individual patient’s medical background.  Click here for more information about an Initial Consultation.

3) Click here for information about how you can prepare yourself for the Initial Consultation, including what to bring, paperwork to fill out, etc.

“The nervous system holds the key to the body’s incredible potential to heal itself”

– Sir Jay Holder, M.D., D.C., Ph.D.