Welcome to the Integrative Chiropractic Center

Integrative Chiropractic Center is co-directed by Dr. Timothy W. Chow and Dr. Ryan Weaver. They personally provide comprehensive Chiropractic medical care to individuals of all ages.

The goal of the Integrative Chiropractic Center is to provide cutting-edge Chiropractic care with a continuous emphasis on prevention and early detection of Chiropractic challenges.

Integrative Chiropractic Center offers Chiropractic Treatment, Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression and Support Devices. Get to know us, subscribe to our newsletter.

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Dr. Timothy Chow

Dr. Timothy Chow is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY.  Before earning his doctorate at New York Chiropractic College, he pursued his undergraduate degree in Biology at Buffalo State University.

certified by an approved golf specific training course or work with current PGA or LPGA professionals.Dr. Chow is board-certified in Chiropractic and is licensed in the state of Pennsylvania for Chiropractic and Adjunctive Therapies (Physical Therapy).

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American Chiropractic Neurology Board Member

Dr. Ryan Weaver

Dr. Ryan Weaver earned his doctorate from Life University in Marietta, GA. Prior to attending chiropractic college, Dr. Weaver earned his undergraduate degree from Pitt.

In addition to his doctorate in Chiropractic, Dr. Weaver has completed all necessary course work for his Diplomate in Chiropractic Neurology

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What can I expect from my visit to Integrative Chiropractic Center?

As a licensed practitioner, it is the duty of your chiropractor to do the following:

  • A thorough review of your specific problem is conducted, including relevant past history and overall health.
  • You will be asked to perform physical tests and movements to help identify the problem.
  • In certain situations, an X-ray may be used to confirm the history and examination findings and to investigate for the presence of any underlying bone conditions or pathological developments.
  • A diagnosis is made, with treatment options for its resolution outlined. If it is, a plan of treatment is communicated. If it is not a
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Local Doctor Achieves Rare Specialty Credentials ~ Ryan Weaver

Press Release

For Immediate Release


Lansdale Pennsylvania now has a DACNB.  This stands for Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board.  Ryan Weaver DC, DACNB is one of only 332 doctors of chiropractic in the United States and 444 worldwide who hold this accreditation.

As a chiropractor, he does not prescribe drugs or surgery, but uses functional rehabilitation and neurologically based physical treatments for conditions like Vertigo, Nerve Entrapment syndromes “pinched nerves”, and Migraine headaches, in addition to back or neck injuries.

It is important to point out that Dr. Weaver is not a medical neurologist and his specialty of … Read the rest

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What is a chiropractic adjustment? Is it safe?

What is a chiropractic adjustment?What is a chiropractic adjustment? Is it safe? An adjustment is the main method of treatment used by your chiropractor. It is a specialized, controlled and safe pressure applied to your spine to restore the proper motion and position of your vertebrae. It is a precise procedure that your highly skilled chiropractor has learned and perfected over years of training at a Chiropractic College and in clinical practice.

Every health procedure, from taking aspirin to giving blood, involves a level of risk. Chiropractic adjustments are among the safest of all health care interventions because they are non-surgical, drug-free and present Read the rest

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How does chiropractic care work?

e4Chiropractic care helps to remove postural imbalances and structural misalignments that can accumulate in our bodies over time. Our spines change and develop problems just like our teeth, eyes and heart. Left unchecked, these changes may lead to pain, stiffness or other more serious problems.

The nervous system is a key part of your body. It is the communication system between your brain and all of your body’s muscles, organs and tissues. For your body to remain healthy, your nervous system must function well. For your nervous system to function well, it must be free of interference. The spine is … Read the rest

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Is chiropractic treatment effective?

Yes.   Chiropractic care is safe and effective. Scientific evidence proving that chiropractic care works is overwhelming. Over the past 20 years, many controlled and independent research studies have shown again and again that chiropractic care is safe and effective for treating low back pain, neck pain, headaches and other conditions relating to the spine.

Based on these scientific studies, the consensus is that chiropractic care is the treatment of choice for most spinal problems. The extent to which a person can benefit from care varies depending on their problem and how long it has existed.… Read the rest

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Do many people see chiropractors?

The non-surgical, drug-free healing nature of chiropractic provides benefit to the health of millions of other people worldwide each year. Most Integrative Chiropractic Center patients experience real relief and improved general well being, and continue to make regular visits a part of their healthy lifestyle choice.… Read the rest

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Why should I go to the Integrative Chiropractic Center?

From professional athletes to homemakers, engineers to electricians, young people to seniors, chiropractic care from the Integrative Chiropractic Center has been the answer to optimum health. Many people see a chiropractor for back, neck or other joint problems. Still others find that regular visits to their chiropractor keep them in peak condition.

Regularly a dentist checks our teeth, an optometrist checks our eyes and a doctor checks our blood pressure and heart. Yet, we take the spine – a crucial component of our body – for granted. Call Integrative Chiropractic Center today because regular checkups of your spine can help … Read the rest

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What is Subluxation?

A subluxation – short for Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC) – is an abnormal condition commonly involving several vertebrae. It occurs when vertebrae in your spine lose their normal position and/or motion.

Subluxations most often occur in response to the daily stresses placed on our bodies.

Common things such as emotional stress, poor posture from sitting in front of a computer or standing at a workstation for a long time may lead to subluxations. Car accidents, improper lifting or work injuries are other common causes of VSC.

Many health problems, including subluxations, are subtle in the early stages of development. In … Read the rest

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What results can I expect from treatment?

That depends on your condition. The length of time you have had the problem, your age and the degree of your disability all affect the length of your treatment. Your Doctor of Chiropractic should be able to give you an estimate of the extent of relief you should receive from the recommended treatment and how long you can expect it to last.

One of the main reasons people choose chiropractic is that they often get quick results. Individual cases vary and chronic conditions obviously need more treatment. However, Workers’ Compensation Board studies show that people with low back pain return … Read the rest

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How long do Doctors of Chiropractic go to school?

Today’s graduating Doctors of Chiropractic have studied and trained in a post-secondary college or university for at least seven years. Just like medical or dental students, they must first complete undergraduate study before applying for admission to a chiropractic college.

Becoming a chiropractor is a demanding and highly rewarding path that includes a minimum of 4,500 hours of intense academic study including classroom learning, clinical science and internship training. During the course of their training, he/she will have studied the following three areas:

  • Basic sciences, including anatomy, physiology, pathology (the study of diseases), biochemistry, clinical sciences, X-ray interpretation and differential
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