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Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional Counseling & Chiropractic Care in Savannah

Our office is home to Dr. Mark Domanski. Our chiropractor does more than alleviate back pain. We use a complete approach to care for your entire body. A large piece of this care center focuses on nutritional counseling. At our office, you receive nutritional tools and lifestyle guidance to set you on a wellness path that will last throughout your lifetime. Our health team strives to do more than cover up symptoms. We want you to learn to care for your body so it operates at peak levels.

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Benefits of Proper Nutrition with Our Savannah Chiropractor

A healthy eating plan is beneficial at all stages of life. For your children, proper nutritional is essential to support a growing and changing body and mind. If you find it challenging to prepare healthy meals for your family, our chiropractors show you how making better food choices support a healthier family. You will also see your children's immunity and focus improve as well. We encourage healthy eating as an adult to help reduce pain or flare-ups of chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia, migraines, and allergies. When you learn how to avoid foods that trigger an episode, your body becomes stronger and you feel better.

Our nutritional services also incorporate weight loss. We educate you on portion control, food choices and how to read food labels to supply the best nutritional value. Your body needs vitamins and minerals to remain healthy, so we also suggest fruits and vegetables and may also recommend supplement if your diet is severely lacking in nutritional support. A healthy eating style will also guide you gracefully through hormonal transitions such as menopause. When you eat the correct foods, many menopausal symptoms are reduced so you feel better.

Our Nutritional Counseling Services

Instead of relying on junk food or fast food because of the convenience, we show you how to prepare healthy meals that fuel your body and mind. When you do not eat properly, your body may develop conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, irritable bowel syndrome and allergic reactions. If your diet is poor for an extended time period, you may gain weight and be subject to cardiovascular health risks. We want a better life for you and show you the possibilities through our nutritional counseling. Our counseling is not a one-time event. We provide:

  • on-going counseling to sustain your progress
  • a detailed outline of your goals
  • motivation and support
  • guidance through various phases such as "detox" if necessary to re-boot your metabolism
  • supplements to boost your health and immunity

Visit Our Savannah Chiropractor Today to Learn More!

Our nutritional counseling supports your chiropractic adjustments by keeping your body healthy. We look forward to sharing our valuable nutritional information with you. Get started today by contacting our office at 912-353-7611.

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8:00 am-12:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm






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