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Dr. Levi McQueary

Clinic Director & Doctor Development
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Liberty, KY


Life University



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Doctor Levi adjusting a patient's back
Doctor Levi adjusting a patient's neck
Doctor Levi adjusting a patient's back with an activator instrument
Doctor Levi adjusting a patient's neck
Doctor Levi adjusting a patient's back
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Witnessing Natural Power

During my first year in chiropractic, I had a wonderful geriatric (elderly) lady walk into the office. The moment I saw her, I noticed that she had a high shoulder and a rounded back. Seeing the way she moved led me to believe that she probably had scoliosis.

After listening to her explain how she has been experiencing pain for decades, she was very pessimistic about healthcare. She had little hope that chiropractic could help her because nobody had been able to help so far.

The team and I were intrigued by her story and wanted to capture some X-rays to see what was going on beneath the surface. Once the X-rays were complete, I sat down to review them to determine what was causing her chronic pain.

The images clearly showed that she had what’s called a hemivertebra. This is a condition in which a baby spine doesn’t develop one of the growth centers in a specific vertebra. This often leads to scoliosis later in life.

I explained to her what was going on and presented a unique 3 month treatment plan to correct her newfound case of scoliosis. She decided that she’d give chiropractic a shot because she was losing hope.

3 weeks later, I see her come into the office and she’s wearing makeup for the first time. She sat down on the table and had a pretty smile looking at me. She then told me this is the best she’s felt in decades and that her husband told her she wasn’t an “angry old hag” anymore.

I started laughing hysterically and said, “that was the direction we were wanting, where we’re headed, and I’m glad you’re feeling much better!” I continued to adjust her through the full treatment plan and she was released to Wellness Care shortly after.

This story made a huge impact on me as a chiropractor. It felt great knowing that I helped someone go from being in pain for decades to being mobile and happy again without any medications or surgeries. This is the reason why I love what I do.

*The results in this story don't reflect every patient’s experience with chiropractic care. Results vary based on patient condition.

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Common Conditions

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Used to describe pain, swelling, or stiffness in the joints, and is related to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Term used for pain felt in the head, upper neck, face, and eyes that range in severity from mild to severe or debilitating.

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Low Back Pain

Movement, sensitivity, and pain occurs when one or more of the 31 complex nerve pairs disrupt signals to the brain.

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Specific causes are largely unknown but it’s thought to be the result of abnormal brain activity which affects nerve signals.

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Neck Pain

The neck connects the central nervous system to the torso and is supported by muscles, when strained or injured, cause pain.

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Tingling sensations in lower extremities are caused by the sciatic nerve being compressed, pinched, damaged, or blocked.

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Still being researched, 20% of cases are caused by vertebrae malformation, muscular diseases, or by degenerative conditions.

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Shoulder Pain

Pain can suddenly appear or develop over time due to injury, overuse, overexertion, or from underlying conditions.

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