A DeWitt chiropractor makes his office a family affair

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Dr. Randy Chambers assists his daughter Austin Chambers, 4, to change the exam room paper to provide a clean environment for Austin’s adjustment.  Chambers says that Austin likes to do it herself, and knows the drill.  Austin Chambers says that she too wants to be a chiropractor one day like her dad.  Austin Chambers gets adjusted by her dad regularly.  Dr. Randy Chambers says if one of his kids has any complaints about pains in their back or neck he will even do the adjustments in their home. "She knows what she's doing! She has done this many times before," Dr. Randy Chambers said as his daughter Austin prepares the exam room bed for her adjustment. "It's a kid-friendly environment and helps people feel connected with real people," Rebecca Chambers said.

Dr. Randy Chambers assists his daughter Austin Chambers, 4, to change the exam room paper to provide a clean environment for Austin’s adjustment. Chambers says that Austin likes to do it herself, and knows the drill. Austin Chambers says that she too wants to be a chiropractor one day like her dad. Austin Chambers gets adjusted by her dad regularly. Dr. Randy Chambers says if one of his kids has any complaints about pains in their back or neck he will even do the adjustments in their home. “She knows what she’s doing! She has done this many times before,” Dr. Randy Chambers said as his daughter Austin prepares the exam room bed for her adjustment. “It’s a kid-friendly environment and helps people feel connected with real people,” Rebecca Chambers said.

By Emily Elconin
Clinton County Chatter Staff Reporter

DEWITT — For Dr. Randy Chambers, there isn’t much difference between work and home.

After all, he sees his family all day at 203 S. Bridge St., where Chambers runs Chambers Chiropractic & Nutritional Healing Center. His wife Rebecca Chambers, daughter Austin Chambers, 4, and dog Ginger all join him at work there.

“It allows us to spend time with our kids and work at the same time. It’s important to us that we are able to spend as much time with our kids as possible. We are very family-oriented and that’s what makes our practice thrive. Patients respond really well to having our kids around. It’s enlightening,” said Rebecca Chambers.

For a photo essay on the Chambers family’s workday, keep reading …

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