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Dr. Jennifer Dillon, DC

Dr. Jennifer Dillon, DC

Age 44 Chiropractic F
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Dr. Jennifer Dillon, DC is a chiropractor in Charlotte, NC. She currently practices at Dillon Natural Health.

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      Dillon Natural Health
      421 S Sharon Amity Rd, Charlotte, NC 28211 Existing Patients: (704) 333-9991

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Dr. Dillon understands the complexities of the human body and, with the help of a full-body thermography, was able to identify and address my health issues with a nutrition protocol and chiropractic/kinesiology treatments. My issues are gone and I have never felt better.
Chris M in Charlotte, NC — Dec 04, 2018
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