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When I first came to Dr. Ternus, I dealt with back pain on a daily basis as well as pain in my legs. I thought it was something that I was just going to have to live with. I started going through the decompression therapy under Dr. Ternus's care and for the first time in many years I am almost pain free. I feel stronger and I am able to do activities in which I could not do before. Thanks, Jesse.
Jeff Erickson

I started seeing Dr. Ternus three months ago. I had re-injured my neck which I originally injured in a car accident about 10 years ago. I couldn't turn my head and had tingling in my left arm and hand. Within one week of my care, the tingling was gone and my neck is at about 90%. I have never seen a chiropractor before but Dr. Ternus has changed my belief in this type of health care.
Mike Pearson

Before coming to Dr. Ternus, I couldn't look over my shoulder. I now can look over my shoulder.
Warren Nickerson

I started seeing Dr. Ternus about a year ago for tendinitis. After going to numerous doctors and being told there was nothing they could do, Dr. Ternus was recommended by a couple of friends who mentioned that he could probably help me. I can say that "he has really helped me". After he explained what chiropractic is and a couple of months of therapy my tendinitis was gone. When I first started seeing him I also told him that I suffered from migraines. We discussed in detail how I would get, what I would do and take to help me with the pain. Dr. Ternus mentioned that he can help me with my migraines. Once again I noticed that I get less frequent migraines and don't have to take as much medicines for them as I use to.
Carolin Nickerson

Before I started treatments at Back Into life Chiropractic I could not do the sports I loved. I now can sit and lay down without the excruciating pain in my lower back, hips and knees. I have had fewer headaches as well. Dr. Ternus has changed my life. Thank you so much Dr. Ternus for helping me feel my age again.
Rachel Kok

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  • "They certainly live up to their name! My husband and I have a significant improvement in our quality of life and it is all due to their caring and competent staff. My husband had a work related injury that could have kept him out of work for months or even required surgery, but thanks to all the staff at Back Into Life he was back to work in a month. They always put the customer first and I'm continuously amazed at how efficiently they assess what's wrong and fix it! You truly could not find a better place for chiropractic care."
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