Colorado Mesa University & Western Colorado Community College Students Chiropractic Patient Special in Grand Junction.

October 01, 2020
Student Chiropractic Special

$50 off for New patients and $5 off each follow up appointment.

Chiropractic services in Grand Junction

Colorado Mesa University & Western Colorado Community College Students Chiropractic Patient Special in Grand Junction. 

$50 off for New patients and $5 off each follow up appointment. Colorado Mesa University & Western Colorado Community College Students in Grand Junction and Montrose just need to bring in their Student ID to receive these extra savings. 


Dr. Gochee CMU Chiropractic Special
Get $50 off on your first Chiropractic visit to Dr. Gochee at Crossroads Wellness, just presenting your Colorado Mesa University student ID. Also, you will get $5 off on each visit.

By Carolyn Gochee

Dr. Carolyn Gochee, a holistic chiropractor, chose to specialize in wellness. Specific aspects of her practice include: Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)- Dr. Gochee is Advanced Certified and has over 500 hours of post-doctoral training. SOT(R) Methods practitioners recognize the important role of normal cranial function in health and disease. The cranial bones can cause problems in central nervous system that are often overlooked or ignored by most other chiropractors. Cranial adjustments help with ADD/ADHD, sinusitis, dyslexia, headaches, and many more. Dr. Gochee has taken hundreds of hours in Functional Medicine. This forward thinking of looking at a person’s labs or blood test. Dr. Gochee has spent many hours studying Functional Medicine and has developed a way to custom tailor your treatment. Many times, a patient will get labs results that are “normal,” which means there is no pathology or disease, but the patient still feels “off” or “not themselves.” Dr. Gochee can take a patient’s lab results, as incomplete as it might be, and find some serious, underlying problems that are being missed by many healthcare professionals.

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