Dr. Michael Burgoon, Doctor of Chiropractic, and Monica Burgoon, dietitian, nutritionist have great faith in the healing ability of the human body when it is given what it needs and things that interfere with health are removed. Michael provides chiropractic services for people of all ages, newborns too. He loves to rehabilitate bodies to work the way they are supposed to no joint excluded and he is versatile at it!---he makes it fun, especially for kids. Monica knows all about food and how to use it and vitamin/mineral/herb supplements for healing. Together they use the tools science provides--lab tests on blood, hair, urine, saliva-- to assess individual needs for wellness, disease prevention and pain relief.
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We want to attract more families, pregnant women, and children of all ages. We love treating babies--they need help too! Also, we want to attract those looking to optimize their health and structural function, and be proactive regarding disease prevention. We currently see predominantly older adults looking for pain relief. Our redesigned website is meant to introduce us to prospective patients here in the Roanoke Valley but also to connect us and be a source of information to our current patients.
We are looking for a fresh look--one that uses the beauty of nature to convey health and harmony-- for our website that is being redesigned. We need a new design for an icon with text. For colors, we lean towards greens, purples, apricots, blues--it would be nice not to have black. Flowing text that is clearly legible is preferred. Would consider a photo of nature or something natural as background or possibly as the icon. The text will be "Towers Family Chiropractic" with a subtitle of "helping you to better health naturally". We want to avoid a busy look even though the amount of text may make that a a challenge. We would prefer to include the word nutrition in the text but haven't figured out how to do that yet. Our home page will have minimal text so as not to overwhelm, colored backgrounds--not white--and rotating photographs.