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Back to Health Family Chiropractic recently relocated from the "theatre district" of downtown to a spacious 4800 sq ft facility behind the Franklin County Sherriff's department next to the Hairloft at 387 Lake Road Suite 3 in ST. Albans, VT.  The office first started with one building at 128 North Main but expanded later to include the property of 120 North Main Street.  We outgrew that space and relocated to our current space.  We are handicapped accessible and boost of plenty of parking.



Our waiting room is large and comfortable. We have a leather couch, ottoman and chair. We also have seats with arms and without to accomodate all sizes and tastes. We also have a 48 inch sq HDTV for educational talks. The doctors at Back to Health Family Chiropractic, P.C. and the staff do their very best to keep the waiting room empty by staying on time :) We find that many of our patients stay after their treatment because they like to visit with other patients. Many patients remark, "it feels like home here." Other patients often see relatives in the office and have in improptu family reunion with cousins, aunts and uncles alike visiting with one another!


You may notice that our front desk area is open.  This gives the front desk personnel the opportunity to talk with our patients while they wait for care. (We don't "hide" behind a glass window- we are here for you the patient.) Our receptionist is Mr./Mrs. Bones (depending on what season and clothes we have available) will greet you with a big hello.  You may also see our other receptionist  - she has a great smile also . When you call our office, we do our best to answer the phone on the 1st or 2nd ring.  We have a full-time receptionist who handles calls with a personal touch.  Like you, we hate voice mail!  As a patient, you can often hear Dr. Molly educating as well as telling a few tales to make their patients laugh. 


We have four adjusting rooms.  For your convenience three rooms have tables that will actually lower you down and raise you if you are unable or find it difficult to do this yourself.  The last room has a table you can climb on and a horse table for the children. (This table allows you to climb on and off for our able bodied patients or those who suffer from vertigo(aka dizziness).  Sorry the horse table is for children 5 and under. 


As you head down the hall, you will see our hall monitor Mr/Mrs. Bones.  He/She dresses up for the season.  It is not uncommon to see him/her in scarf and hat in the winter(or fleece pajamas) and shorts with a t-shirt in the summer.  Say 'hi' as you pass him/her in the hall on the way to the Relaxation Station.y the horse table is for children 5 and under. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 5pm

Tuesday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 6pm

Wednesday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 6pm

Thursday:

8am - 12pm

2pm - 5pm

Friday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 3pm

Saturday:

Closed *Emergencies seen.

Sunday:

Closed *Emergencies seen.

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The staff was very nice and caring. I recommend you to go if needed. from Dr. Keefe."
    Cindy M. St. Albans, VT

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