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In Good Hands

Holland Chiropractic has new leadership, consistent philosophy

Published: Friday, March 28, 2014 11:15 a.m. CDT

Dr. Dunne has been a part of Holland Chiropractic for 14 years, but began his journey as a patient when he was 15 years old. During high school, Dunne was an athlete, and while wrestling in a qualifying tournament, he injured his back and was unable to wrestle. His parents brought him to see a specialist, who worked with sports injuries. There, he was given muscle relaxants, but they didn’t help. The Cadet Nationals were about six weeks away, and Dunne was disheartened, as there would be no way for him to compete given the pain he was experiencing. Dunne’s grandmother recommended he go to see Dr. Holland at Holland Chiropractic Center.

An exam and x-rays revealed a rib dysfunction and a misaligned vertebrae, with muscle spasms. He received several treatments and the problem was resolved, allowing him to compete in the Cadet Nationals in Kansas City, MO pain free.

That treatment convinced Dunne he wanted to become a chiropractor, and he returned to Holland Chiropractic, where it all began. He looks forward to helping young athletes, with the hope they may find their own inspiration in what they do.

January 2013 marked a new chapter of the Holland Chiropractic story. Holland retired and passed the torch to Dunne. The transition has been a smooth one, because of the dedication and hard work of all the staff at Holland Chiropractic and Rehab.

“Success at Holland Chiropractic Center is based on one simple philosophy,” Dunne says. “The patient is our number one priority. It all starts with a quality, caring staff and a commitment to excellence.”

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