CLIFTON, NJ --  "What do you do to stay healthy is one of my favorite questions to ask someone," said Dr. Michael Magwood, Family Chiropractor and Founder of Pure Balance Center. 

Magwood, whose centers are located in New York City and Clifton, NJ, loves to ask people about their personal outlook and wellness. Most often, people tell Dr. Magwood that they used to go to the gym or they used to consult a naturopath, but have abandoned those plans along the way. Clearly, "we're not doing enough," Magwood said. 

According to Dr. Magwood, our personal levels of fitness and health tend to mirror the state of wellness in our overall society--so it shouldn't be a surprise that more than 50% of young people currently suffer from chronic diseases. Pure Balance Center provides diverse treatments with a proven track record of positive results to help combat these conditions, offering a range of prenatal, pediatric and family chiropractic services. 

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"People have the opportunity to feel more alive and connected to who they're meant to be," Magwood said. "People can make today the day to start living better, without chronic pain," he added. 

Dr. Michael Magwood is certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and is also a certified practitioner of the Webster Technique, a sacral adjustment for expecting mothers' pelvic alignment and nerve system function. 

When meeting a patient for the first time, Magwood asks tailored and specific questions to understand the best course of support. "If I ask someone what they're doing to work on their health," Magwood said, "and they don't have a real answer, I want to ask more questions before making the suggestion that I might have ideas in my chiropractic playbook that could help them evolve in their life."
Pure Balance Center's workshops, gentle chiropractic adjustments and IM=X Pilates franchise have all contributed to a better quality of life for countless patients. 

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