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Waldo Chiropractic Center, Inc.
Edward H Waldo D.C.
1317 Terrace Rd Nw
North Canton, OH
44720-2236
Ph1: 330-497-9797
Fax: 330-497-0029
WALDOCHIROCENTER@aol.com

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About Our Practice
Since 1981, Dr. Waldo has been providing personalized chiropractic care for the entire family. His experience with Chiropractic started at a young age. Chiropractic restored his good health and he has made it his mission to bring the same quality care to you. That is why you can be sure that Dr. Waldo and his staff will take the time to really listen to you and your concerns and that you will receive personal care that's dedicated to your total health. It is our prime objective to find the cause of your problem and correct it, thereby restoring your health. Rest assured, however, that if we do not feel that you are a chiropractic case, we will refer you to the appropriate health professional. You see, your health really is our main concern.

Additional Staff
Therapists
Joan - Chiropractic assistant
Diana - Chiropractic assistant

Office Manager
Linda

 
Techniques
Diversified
Logan Basic
Thompson
Nimmo
Activator Methods
Cox
 Services
Nutritional
Physiotherapy
X-ray Examination
Exercise/Rehab
 Specialties
Orthopedics
Full Spine
Scoliosis
Whiplash
Extremities
Impairment Rating
Sports injuries
Soft tissue

Cox
Cox Technique founder, Dr. Cox explains Cox Technique / Flexion-Distraction as a marriage of chiropractic principles with osteopathic principles. These principles were set forth by Alan Stoddard, DO, in his book, 'Manual of Osteopathic Technique' written about the manipulative procedures developed by John McManis, DO, in the early 1900's. Since the early 1970's, Dr. Cox has refined the technique; developed a manipulation instrument for effective use of the technique; conducted clinical, as well as participated in experimental, research; lectured around the world; and written well-received articles, chapters for textbooks, and textbooks. Cox Flexion-Distraction is a gentle, non-force adjusting procedure that works with the body's natural design to aid it in healing. Dr. Cox has developed a special table for effective use of the technique. The Cox Table (www.coxtable.com), a Flexion -Distraction table, is used to apply the distraction spinal manipulation adjustment. What to expect from this technique: Tractioning the spine and then flexing it can resolve pain from joint and disc problems painlessly. It is a powerfully effective, conservative approach to low back and leg pain, and an alternative to explore before recommending surgery. For patients with non-disc related conditions causing back pain (facet syndrome, spondylolisthesis, sprain/strain, scoliosis, transitional vertebra, sacroiliac subluxation, stenosis), Cox Flexion-Distraction provides all of the above benefits plus the ability to place spinal joints into normal movements to restore spinal motion without pain.

 Clinic Hours 
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  Sun Closed 
  Mon 9:00 AM Noon 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 
  Tue 9:00 AM 1:00 PM Closed 
  Wed By Appointment 1:30 PM 6:00 PM 
  Thr Closed 
  Fri 9:00 AM Noon 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 
  Sat Closed 

Driving Directions
Near Belden Village at the corner of Wise and Terrace roads. FROM CANTON- Go north on Whipple Rd to Portage Rd. Turn right on Portage to first traffic light (Wise Rd.) Turn right onto Wise Rd. and go to second street on the left (Terrace Rd). Turn left on Terrace to enter parking lot. From I-77 north, take exit 111 (Portage Rd/North Canton). turn right onto Portage Rd. Go to third traffic light (Wise Rd). turn right onto Wise Rd. Go to second street on left (Terrace Rd.) and turn left to access parking lot. FROM NORTH CANTON-From Main St, take West Maple west towards Whipple Rd. At stop sign at Wise Rd., turn right. Go one block north to Terrace Rd (on right). Turn right onto Terrace to access parking lot.

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