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Why an annual membership? It is a great way to ensure continued health at a significant savings over the course of the year! Once you have completed a corrective care plan, our membership is available for maintenance care. It offers unlimited spinal check-ups (and adjustments as needed) and is based on the understanding that everyone can benefit from regular chiropractic care, whether they have the symptoms of a medical condition or not. Every man, woman, child, and infant should be able to find and afford quality chiropractic care and use it for the rest of their lives. This helps improve and maintain health and allows people to live a better quality and quantity of life. We offer an awesome membership plan, packages and a per-visit plan to fit your lifestyle and your budget!

Current Monthly Rates
Individual – $162/month
Couple – $228/month
Family – from $295/month

*We offer 20% discount when you choose to pay in one installment and a 10% discount when paid in two installments (instead of twelve monthly payments), which allows an even bigger financial savings!


In our profession, there is a saying, “If they knew what we knew, they’d do what we do.” And, if you were to ask any principled Chiropractor how often they get their own spine checked or check their families spines, nearly all would say, “at least once a week.” Are we crazy, or have we simply learned something so important that it makes us that vigilant about staying adjusted, even when we have no pain at all?

This is what we know: Our spines protect a very delicate nerve system that is the only communication link between the brain and every part of the body. It is not unlike a massive telephone switchboard that turns on and off each organ, gland, tissue and cell in a frenzy of electrical signals. But, we make a trade-off between the protection that the vertebra provide and the flexibility we need as active human beings – we frequently irritate the fragile nerve roots, right between the bones where they exit the spine. This nerve interference causes something similar to static on a telephone line. Chiropractors call this interference a vertebral subluxation.

When left uncorrected, even minor subluxations have been proven to interfere enough with “nerve flow” to cause permanent degeneration of cells and tissues. To us, that is a lot more critical than bad backs or stiff necks. Certainly, your pain is important, but Chiropractors also know that your liver, adrenal glands or thyroid won’t “hurt” when it’s nerve flow is reduced. The bottom line is this: Vertebral subluxations are bad, they don’t always cause pain, and pain isn’t always a sign that you have one.

Without a doubt, physical injury can cause subluxations. It could be something as serious as an automobile accident or as minor as too much volleyball or a bad night’s sleep. Hard bones can move out of place and interfere with the soft nerves, but other day-to-day stresses can also cause subluxations. Ever notice how you hold your shoulders when a deadline is fast approaching, or when the kids are out of control? Even exposure to household chemicals and pollutants in our beautiful oceans can result in this same damaging nerve irritation. In a society like ours, it’s a near-certainty that we’re exposed to physical, emotional or chemical stresses every single day.

There is no dispute that the longer a subluxation remains, the more damage it will cause, and only your Chiropractor in Franklin is trained to locate and correct them. That’s our job and that’s all we do. We do it because of what we understand about how crucial a properly functioning nerve system is to our health and to our life. That’s why we check each other – and our loved ones – every single week. It is that important. It is about your life.

Now that you know what we know, wouldn’t it make sense to do what we do?


Dr. David Mason
Franklin Chiropractor | Mason Chiropractic Health & Wellness | 615-794-9155

1441 New Highway 96 West Suite 3
Franklin, TN 37064

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Monday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

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2:00 pm-7:00 pm

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2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

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Testimonial

  • "I was experiencing a stiff neck and painful low back with limited ranges of motion. My results were much improved range of motion and low back pain was eliminated. After adjustments and a couple of massages, I played my best round of golf of the year - pain free!"
    Chris R. / Franklin, TN

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