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WELCOME TO ABSOLUTE CHIROPRACTIC

Welcome to Absolute Chiropractic & Wellness Center, proudly serving the Herndon and Reston communities for 23 years now. Dr. Lisa Walmsley helps you safely recover from injury and optimize your wellness through natural and non-invasive treatments. Her wholistic approach to wellness helps patients manage back pain, neck pain, and headaches without the dependency on painkillers. Look no further for a safe alternative to medication and invasive surgery.

Dr. Walmsley's Herndon Chiropractic practice is conveniently located just one mile from Reston Town Center! Call us today at 703-742-5470 to schedule a chiropractic appointment or Request an appointment here.  

102 Elden St, Suite #13
Herndon, VA 20170

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Office Hours

*Additional appointment times available upon request.

Monday:

2:00

6:00

Tuesday:

By Appt

By Appt

Wednesday:

9:00

1:00

Thursday:

2:00

6:00

Friday:

1:00

3:00

Saturday:

9:00

11:00

Sunday:

Closed

  • Meet Dr. Walmsley

    Dr. Walmsley engages a whole body' approach to wellness, which means she focuses on treating the underlying causes of pain and illness, rather than just treating the surface symptoms. Dr. Walmsley is an expert in Auto Accident Coverage, Pregnant Woman Care, Children Scoliosis, Back Pain Relief, Neck Pain Relief, Headache Relief, and Nerve Pain Relief.

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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Dr. Walmsley is a miracle worker! After weeks of suffering and bad to no advice from medical doctors, I have fully recovered from my neck pain. She educated me on lifestyle changes and to the benefits of maintenance care. I don't want to go through those symptoms EVER again. I come in for a "tune-up " just to keep moving. Don't delay!"
    - Julie, Reston / Herndon, VA

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