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Dr Mom Wellness provides holistic alternatives for Family Health.

Dr. Julie K. Pearson, BS, DC has researched and found the truth of Organic and Holistic healing. She is currently writing a series of books- Dr. Mom-Raising the next generation vaccine and drug free.
Dr Julie provides diagnosis and treatment of all ages.  She has built a solid foundation on healing all conditions from complex to simple cases. Using the essentials:  Mind, Nerve Supply, Nutrition, Exercise, and Detoxification.  She addresses illness, pain & injuries, irritability, fatigue, hormones, thyroid, diabetes, heart disease, depression in pediatrics and adults.  The time is now to take control of your health.   Look to Chiropractic and Organic Nutrition instead of drugs.  Your healing journey begins here.
 
She had successful practices in California, Tampa Bay, Palm Beach and now Stuart. 
 
CHIROPRACTIC & NEEDLE-LESS AURICULAR ACUPUNCTURE
PEDIATRICS  
AUTO PAIN MANAGEMENT 
BLOOD TESTING 
HAIR ANALYSIS      
ORGANIC WEIGHT LOSS  
DIABETIC PROGRAM 

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