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Fleming Chiropractic Offers Pain Relief

Zelienople chiropractor Dr. Mark Fleming’s top priority for every person that enters his office in pain is to give that person pain relief as soon as possible.

If you are seeking relief from a health condition, whether it is acute or chronic, Dr. Fleming will do what it takes to get you feeling better quickly. And if Dr. Fleming can’t help you, he will find you someone who can.

Dr. Fleming is a third generation chiropractor who has over thirty years of experience in getting people out of pain so that they can get back to their normal routine.

The friendly staff at Fleming Chiropractic will make sure you can get into see the doctor on the same day and even emergency service and house calls are provided if necessary.

Insurance is accepted as Dr. Fleming is a network provider for every major health insurance company including Highmark, UPMC, Cigna, and Aetna, He is also a Medicare provider.

Dr. Fleming has had success in helping patients with the following health conditions:

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Call us at 724-452-4167 today!

Dr. Mark Fleming
Zelienople Chiropractor
Fleming Chiropractic
724-452-4167

438 South Main Street
Zelienople, PA 16063

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  • "Dr. Fleming provided an overall improvement in my health and convinced me of the value of approaching health from a chiropractic perspective ..."
    Smitty Boros / Zelienople, PA

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