At Downtown Chiropractic, our mission is to improve the health and wellness of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Whether its from our Max Living Seminar’s, workshops, recipe nights, or community dinner’s we are constantly educating the community, patients, and families about what true health is and where it comes from. We are dedicated to changing the lives of everyone that our office touches through The Five Essentials of Max Living. When you visit Downtown Chiropractic, you will always feel welcomed, right at home, and appreciated. We are here to serve you and consider it an honor and privilege to be a part of your healthcare team.
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Hours of Operation
- Monday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Tuesday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
- Wednesday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
- Friday: 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
Latest Health Articles
D.D. Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, was born on March 7, 1845. Fifty years later, Palmer performed the first chiropractic adjustment.  One of Palmer’s earliest students was his son B.J., called the “Developer” of chiropractic.  B.J. Palmer famously said: “Medicine is the study of disease and what causes man to die. Chiropractic is the study of health and what causes man to live.” Today, MaxLiving honors and embodies that philosophy pioneered by D.D.…
While all your organs are vital, the health of your heart has both short- and long-term benefits. That’s because your heart can’t miss a beat, or your life hangs in the balance. It is for this reason that… Incredible health, requires excellent heart health Your heart does a tremendous amount of work. Behind every heartbeat, this muscle pumps blood through every part of your body. To do this, it transports blood through three different areas…
Heart disease often offers warning signs, including chest pain, shortness of breath, and pressure or tightness in the chest.  High blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol levels, and obesity are major risk factors that can lead to heart disease. Driving these and other risk factors is chronic inflammation, which Time Magazine called “The Secret Killer.” Chronic inflammation is slow and lingering, and can stay silent for months or even years before its deadly manifestations occur. Chronic…
This recipe is quick to prepare and easy to store. It is an elegant version of chicken salad that can be eaten hot or cold.
Baking asparagus and salmon together in parchment paper inside a foil pack deliciously melds together their flavors and makes for a juicy entrée.
A Try this tasty twist on a classic snack that packs a nourishing punch of omega-3 fatty acids. Couple this easy-to-prepare, creamy dip with grain-free crackers or fresh veggies to create the perfect snack or appetizer.