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Dr. Amy McConnell, DC

Dr. Amy McConnell, DC

Age 47 Chiropractic F
(7) 7 reviews
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Dr. Amy McConnell, DC is a chiropractor in Sarasota, FL. She currently practices at Gentle Care Chiropractic.


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      Gentle Care Chiropractic
      2937 Bee Ridge Rd Ste 7, Sarasota, FL 34239 Existing Patients: (941) 312-6200


  • Life University, Doctorate In Chiropractic, Other Education — 2000
  • Villanova University, Undergraduate School — 1995

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Dr. McConnell was very attentive to my back problems and spent quality time with me and was not rushed in anyway. Her pure compassion shows in her treatment program and the kind consideration she extended to me as a patient. Would highly recommend
Kathy W in Sarasota, FL — Oct 27, 2018
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