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Welcome to Family Chiropractic with Dr. Terry
Your Clifton Park Chiropractor

Call us at (518) 357-3262 today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Clifton Park chiropractor, call (518) 357-3262 today!

Family Chiropractic & Wellness is a friendly, caring environment. Dr. Terry serves from her heart so that healing may happen in your body. She believes in removing interference from the body and allowing the body to heal naturally without drugs and surgeries.

Clients ages range from infants to elderly. Insurance is accepted and our practice is in-network with most insurance plans, please call to verify. We will take care of the insurance paper work for you, so you do not have to.

Dr. Terry is looking forward to taking care of you and your family. Dr. Terry is located in Clifton Park near the shopping mall, with plenty of parking.

Dr. Satwinder Dhanjal-Garcha (Terry)
Clifton Park Chiropractor | Family Chiropractic | (518) 357-3262

56 Clifton Country Road
Clifton Park, NY 12065

Testimonials

Testimonials From Satisfied Patients

  • "First time
    Dr. Terry was very thorough in her physical examination. She took the time to explain what she was finding and how best to treat it. She is holistic in her approach by blending mind and body. Will be going back!

    A Gentle Adjuster and a Wise Softspoken Woman"
    By Marjorie (Published on RateABiz)
  • "When I first arrived I did not know what to expect, I was nervous. Dr. Terry is so helpful and explains everything. she takes her time out to explain everything about chiropractor. I look forward in working with her in the future and thanks for all the help.

    A wonderful chiropractor"
    By Virginia (Published on RateABiz)

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