The mystery writer Raymond Chandler, author of "The Big Sleep" and "The Long Goodbye", famously extolled a "California breakfast" of orange juice and a cigarette. Of course, this was back in the b ...View Article
Welcome to Harrah Chiropractic & Center for Natural Medicine
Harrah Chiropractic and Center for Natural Medicine is on a mission to bring you the latest health advice on topics such as: weight loss, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hormone imbalance, depression, childhood disorders such as ADHD and autism, sports training, even the common cold.
Harrah Chiropractic focuses on setting people free from their current health conditions so they can live their lives to their fullest potential. Harrah Chiropractic also helps people gain victory in their health by offering solutions with cutting-edge structural corrective chiropractic care, diet, nutritional supplements, exercise and creating a customized health plan.
The mission of Harrah Chiropractic and Center for Natural Medicine is to save lives in Oklahoma and around the world. The Journal of American Medical Association has shown that heart disease kills 800,000 people per year and cancer kills 700,000, while diabetes and childhood obesity are rising to epidemic proportions. Studies have established that approximately 90% of all diseases are lifestyle-induced, so we know that by making lifestyle changes millions of lives can be saved.
Our vision is to see a healthier Oklahoma by empowering people to make changes in their health and their life. We want to see ALL people living the abundant life God has promised, and we hope you will join our mission.
Live life to your fullest potential,
Dr. Damon Coffman
Harrah Chiropractor | Harrah Chiropractic | 405-454-6400
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