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Spotlight on Local Business: Chiropractor strives to give people back their lives
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier
Jed Zastrow, owner of Zastrow Family Chiropractic, opened his business Feb. 1 inside the Safeway shopping center on Willow Creek Road in Prescott.
4/5/2011 9:31:00 PM
By Jason Soifer
Jed Zastrow's life is all about helping others make adjustments.
Zastrow opened Zastrow Family Chiropractic in the Safeway shopping center at 1046 Willow Creek Road in early February.
Zastrow said he chose to follow in the chiropractic career path of his aunt and uncle when he was 8 years old.
"I saw what they did and how I felt after the adjustments, and I decided that's what I wanted to do," he said.
It's a natural move for Zastrow, who said it's a way of life for his family and it gives patients another treatment option to traditional western medicine.
Zastrow graduated from the Cleveland Chiropractic College in Missouri in 2004. He has a certificate in physiotherapy and a license with the state for physiotherapy and chiropractic services.
Zastrow said chiropractic treatment helps people suffering from a range of ailments including back pain, headaches, neck pain, allergies, constipation, cold and flu, sports injuries, achy joints, injuries from auto collisions and depression from pain.
He helps to remove pressure from people's nervous systems and let them go about their daily routines more comfortably.
"It's all natural, and it's allowing the body to heal itself - it's allowing the body to function 100 percent," he said.
Zastrow said he enjoys educating people about the benefits of chiropractic therapy and helping people stay off medicines.
Rates are $50 for adjustments and $50 for exams.
Zastrow's office hours are from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Wednesday and Friday and with an appointment.
For more information, call 899-2853.
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