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Dr. David Parker, DC

Dr. David Parker, DC

Age 60 Chiropractic M
(11) 11 reviews


Dr. David Parker, DC is a chiropractor in Ephrata, PA. He currently practices at Family Tree Chiropractic LLC.

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      Family Tree Chiropractic LLC
      904 DAWN AVE, Ephrata, PA 17522 Existing Patients: (717) 738-2555

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