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Dr. Parker Mah, D.C. is a chiropractor serving Klamath County and the surrounding area. Our entire team at Klamath Spine is committed to providing solutions to address your unique needs. We are here to improve your overall well-being through chiropractic treatment, physical rehabilitation, massage therapy, and physiotherapeutic modalities. Our office aims to consistently deliver treatment using leading-edge technology and methods.
At your first visit to Klamath Spine, Dr. Mah will give you a full evaluation, customize an individualized plan of care, and begin working with you toward your health goals. All care will be delivered with professionalism, courtesy, and precision.
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Dr. Parker Mah, D.C.
Klamath Spine, Rehab & Sports Centre | 541-205-5151
2800 Crosby Ave., Ste A
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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