Welcome to Chiropractic First of Abingdon, VA!
“Our mission is to help you and your family live a healthier life today and for the rest of your life”
As our mission indicates, we want to work with you as partners in health so you can experience greater health today and into the future!
Our passion about health is steeped in having a healthy functioning nervous system as the foundation of health. Your brain, spinal cord, and nerves make up your nervous system whose primary role is to adapt you to your life. The better your nervous system adapts and the healthier lifestyle choices you make, the greater expression of health you become. Adaptation is key; when your nervous system is functioning at any level below optimal, it cannot respond or adapt as it was designed and the unwanted consequence is a departure from health. Our foundation of care is restoring the normal (and natural) function of your nervous system with chiropractic care.
Meet Dr. Brian
Dr. Brian Douts is originally from Sterling, Va. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Frostburg State University where he studied Kinesiology. After graduating with his Bachelor of Science degree he stayed in the Cumberland, Md area to work as a personal trainer.
Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Do you have a child facing various neurodevelopmental and behavioral challenges such as autism, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder, sensory processing disorder or other similar issues?
Download our free ebook that provides what we consider essential information you need to know to help your child experience and express their optimal health, function and quality of life.
This past Saturday was the Iron Mountain Meltdown Crossfit competition at Iron Mountain Crossfit here in Abingdon. It was amazing to see all the hard work put into this event. Not just the effort the competitors put into preparing to be in shape for the weights lifted and times set, but for the coordination it […]
This past week we had our monthly health event at the office. It was on the topic of the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting. I don’t like using the term diet because I feel like people interpret it as something that has a start and an end, rather than lasting change. I’m not going to […]