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375 Post Rd W Ste 3

Westport, CT 06880 US



What’s Unique About Propper Chiropractic?

What people find initially most striking about our office is the friendly attitude and the large numbers of children getting adjusted. To say we specialize in children would be incorrect; but to say we teach parents the outstanding benefits of chiropractic for children would be more accurate. Our office program is designed to inform all patients of why they should be getting adjusted and especially the importance in having children grow up with good spinal hygiene. When parents hear and understand these simple principles and ideas at the New Patient Orientation, they can’t wait to have their children receive the benefits.

Is Chiropractic Safe for Children?

In today’s world, the safety and health of children is of prime concern. Chiropractic adjustments are safe and gentle. Parents are often surprised when they bring a sleeping infant in for an adjustment that we can make the adjustment without even waking up the baby. Statistically chiropractic care is the safest form of health care your child can receive. Think about these facts: your child is at more risk of having an adverse event or reaction from childhood vaccines, over the counter drugs such as Tylenol, and even antibiotics. In fact the “accepted” treatments your children receive from medical intervention can often cripple, cause permanent brain damage and even result in death. ( see Now You Know newsletter on this Web Site). Chiropractic is safe and effective for everyone...especially your children.

What is the New Patient Orientation?

The New Patient Orientation is an important gathering of patients and their friends in our office. The purpose of the Orientation is to take the time to give each new person the concepts and understanding of the chiropractic principles, to demonstrate them, and to fully explain what we lovingly call “The Big Idea” of what chiropractic is all about. When our patients get The Big Idea, they get the best results in the shortest amount of time. We have made the New Patient Orientation a special event in everyone’s program for this reason.

Up To Date Technology.

Dr. Propper has incorporated many state of the art methods for finding and locating the with accuracy the fundamental cause of the health problems challenging his patients. This includes the use of Surface Electormyography, Thermography as tools to monitor patient progress and improvement. Both tests are non-invasive and take minutes to perform. As an ongoing commitment, Dr. Propper attends regular Post Graduate lectures and seminars which add to his proficiency in delivering the most artful and specific adjustments possible.


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  • "I've been to Dr. Propper twice; in 2012 I was having lower back issues and after working with him (and listening to him & Dr. Jen) they went away. Over Thanksgiving (2015) I developed a herniated disc - this was the worst back pain I've ever experienced and Propper Chiropractic has helped me TREMENDOUSLY - the pain is practically gone and I am extremely thankful!"
    Sam A. / Westport, CT

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