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Here at Thrive, chiropractic is not only our job but it’s our passion. We desire to partner with you and are committed to helping you and your family discover and achieve your health and wellness goals! Whether you are looking for the best way to boost your health or you are currently experiencing symptoms that are affecting your life, we can help! We know that chiropractic is an essential component in creating the life that you want for yourself and your family. We are ready to help you realize and see your true potential by reaching optimal health and function.
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Dr. Sharon Dongarra
Thrive Chiropractic | (443) 991-4703
6080 Falls Rd. Ste 200A
Baltimore, MD 21209
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