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Meet the Doctor - Dr. Webb, D.C., IHS, LDHS    


With over 42 years of experience, Dr. L.H. Webb is an expert in the field of natural health and wellness, utilizing alternative holistic approach to provide patients with the personal care and knowledge necessary to live happier, healthier lives. Operating out of the Western Pennsylvania region, Dr. Webb has successfully treated thousands of patients for a wide range of health-related issues and conditions.

Dr. Webb’s credentials and certifications include:

  • Doctor of Chiropractic
  • Advanced Nutritionist
  • Internal Health Specialist
  • Loomis Digestive Health Specialist

Dr. Webb began his career in holistic health care in 1973 after graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. In order to stay on the leading edge in his field, he has continually added to his knowledge base by studying over 40 chiropractic techniques, adjunctive therapy, and extremity adjusting as well. Along with the chiropractic studies Dr. Webb earned his degree as a Nutritional Enzyme Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Madison Wisconsin and Internal Health Specialist at Logan University in Missouri.

His efforts in continuing education, the practical application of what he has learned, and the successful treatment of 1000's of patients over 42 years of practice, have enabled Dr. Webb to develop his own highly effective programs to suit each patients unique healthcare condition. Effectively optimizing their well-being and enhancing their overall quality of life.

Dr. Webb's total holistic approach to wellness is based on the following seven keys to optimal well-being: 

  • Chiropractic Body Joint Alignment
  • Body Cleansing Rid Toxins
  • Enzymes to Balance Homeostasis
  • Co-Enzymes Vitamin, mineral, and herbal Body Repair
  • Physical Conditioning with proper amounts of aerobic exercise and Weight Lifting
  • Revitalizing Sleep 8 Hours Each Night
  • Body Maintains Program

Visit Advanced Chiropractic & Nutrition Health Solutions today and
and let Dr. Webb lead you on the path to optimal health and wellness!

A Leading Provider of Health and Wellness Services Since 1973

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