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  • Three Common Causes of Neck Pain
    Three Common Causes of Neck Pain The neck is more vulnerable to injury than any other part of the spine. It is a Read more
  • Understanding Whiplash and Drug-Free Pain Relief
    According to motorist advocacy group AAA, auto accidents cost the average American more than $1,000 each year in health care expenses, lost productivity, and pain management. Thats more than $164.2 Read more
  • We Care For Our Community
    Performance Chiropractic Serves Marysville, Lake Stevens, Everett and Arlington Our Marysville chiropractor, Dr. Vo is dedicated to the advancement of your health. Dr. Vo takes great pride in Read more
  • Massage for Rehabilitation
    3 Ways Marysville Massage Can Help You Heal Massage is well known for its ability to naturally reduce stress. But did you know that our Marysville massage Read more
  • Five Tips for Preventing Back Pain
    Marysville Chiropractor Prevents Back Pain with 5 Tips Why do you have to suffer from an aching back? Well, the truth of the matter is -- you don't! Read more
  • Seek Treatment Immediately After a Car Accident
    Stop Auto Accident Injury Pain Before It Starts Everyone takes steps to avoid an auto accident injury: you wear your seatbelt, you drive the speed limit, and you Read more
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    Welcome to Performance Chiropractic's Blog! Welcome to the blog of Performance Chiropractic and Marysville chiropractor, Dr. Vuong Vo. Our clinic offers chiropractic care as well Read more

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  • "Way more than just a chiropractic office, my wife and I have come here for a couple years, for various injuries and a car accident and have been extremely happy with the quality of care and the recovery process."
    Duane Fisher / Marysville, WA

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