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COVID Policy

Being a healthcare office, I am considered an "essential service" and have remained open during the entire pandemic. I am taking new patients and am open daily.

The health and safety of my patients IS always my first priority. I am taking every precaution to ensure my office is a safe environment and remains virus free.  I am sanitizing the office, my tables, the restroom, door knobs and all other public & high touch areas in the office, after each patient.  I am also limiting the amount of patients in the office at one time to 2, to allow for social distancing.

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Since I am limiting the amount of patients in the office, I am able to keep patients distanced from each other.  Per the state mandate, I do ask that visitors and patients wear a mask when entering the office. I am not allowing patients to enter the office, if they are sick or possibly exposed to the virus.  I am also asking that patients sanitize their hands prior to coming into the office. 

Should you be experiencing any of the symptoms associated with the virus (fever, cough or difficulty breathing or headache, please do not come in for care, get tested and self quarantine.P.

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Opening Hours:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

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Friday

Saturday

Sunday

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

7:00am – 12:00pm

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CHIROPRACTIC CARE

For the Whole Family

Avoiding Low Back Pain
The secret to avoiding low back can be as simple as learning  how to move.  The majority of my patients seeking treatment for low back pain have not suffered an injury or accident.  They are suffering from repetitive movement trauma.  Simply put: a repetitive motion or movement done many times over the years, usually improperly.
In the case of low back pain, the movement is bending forward at the waist (hinging at the waist) with legs straight.  Add some rotation (twisting) in there too and it's the perfect recipe for causing low back pain and disc injury.
The way to avoid it is to learn how to bending at the hips or what is  called a hip hinge.  A hip hinge is movement (flexion and extension) through the hip joint, keeping a neutral spine and the knees slightly flexed.
It sounds simple, but it can be complicated for some to master at first.  You need to "re-learn" how to bend thus creating new muscle firing  patterns and movement and will probably have a few tight muscles to stretch out.  Typically, the glutes, hamstrings and calves.
Our Services:
  • Chiropractic Manipulation

  • Injury Prevention & Wellness

  • Sports Injury Care

  • Work or Auto Injuries

  • Strength and Rehab

  • Gait Analysis & Custom Orthotics

  • Therapeutic Modalities

Why Choose This Office?

Dr Hendricks as 20 years of experience treating patients in the greater Freeport Area.

We customize each treatment plan to each patient, based upon individual needs and goals.  There are no "cookie cutter" treatment plans here. Dr Hendricks takes a "whole body" approach to care.

 

Dr Hendricks' undergraduate back ground is in exercise science, sports medicine, strength and conditioning.  With over 30 experience in this field, both treatment patients and training himself, this sets him apart from most other doctors.  Whether your needs are rehabbing a weak core, a painful low back, a shoulder with tendonitis or looking to lose weight or get stronger you will be in good hands here.

New Patient?

Got Pain?

Call us today to schedule an appointment 207-865-1183

Freeport Integrated Health Center, PA

James Hendricks, D.C, C.S.C.S.

174 S. Freeport Rd, Ste 1F

Freeport, ME 04032

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