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"We Value Our Patients' Experience...If you are a current or past patient of ours, please feel free to share a success story of your own...just let us know if we have helped you and we will share your story! Thank You for allowing us to take part in your health care."

- David Mason


  • "I was ready for a different answer besides medication and muscle relaxers. The tops of my shoulders had been chronically tight and painful for years. Giving chiropractic a chance was the best decision I have ever made."
    Needed a Better Answer! - Becca M.
  • "I have suffered severely from migraines. I had been told by a friend that adjustments can help with that, so I decided to see Dr. Mason regarding the migraines. An adjustment works wonders! I am always amazed at how I feel after a simple adjustment. There have been times that I have seen Dr. Mason when I have a migraine, and sure enough after the adjustment, the pain eases if not goes away completely. I make sure to see Dr. Mason as often as I can!"
    Headaches - Lanie F.
  • "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!"
    Improved Golf Game! - Chris R.
  • "I was recently experiencing severe shoulder pain, went in to see Dr. Mason and he adjusted my shoulders and just a matter of seconds after the adjustment I was pain free! In fact I would suggest regular visits to Dr. Mason for optimum health. I was recently at his office and noticed he carried a product called Juice Plus+, I inquired about this product, decided to give it a try and after one week I am feeling so much better. In the past I have experienced extreme digestive problems, bu"
    Shoulders & Neck - Carolyn S.
  • "Several weeks ago I was struggling with persistent neck pain and stress headaches. I called Dr. Mason for a last-minute appointment and he was able to see me immediately. After my adjustment my headache was gone within the hour and I was able to resume all my normal activities without any pain. Thank you Dr. Mason!"
    Neck & Headaches - Amy A.
  • "Sitting at a computer all day creates lots of tension in my middle back and neck. Adjustments and strengthening weak postural muscles have helped beyond words! I don't get headaches very often now and the knots in my shoulders are gone!"
    Improved Posture & Less Tension! - Shelia D.
  • "I have had chronic lower back pain for the last few years and had just resigned myself to that being 'a way of life I had to live with.' It continued to get worse, and I then decided to give chiropractic care a try. It was determined that I have a degenerative lower lumbar disc, but Dr. Mason's treatment plan, and regular adjustments kept the pain at a manageable level.

    In May of 2007, Dr. Mason suggested that a "new therapy" he now makes available, known as Spinal Decompression Therapy, may "
    Decompression Therapy Works! - Steve A.
  • "My experience at Mason Chiropractic and with DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy was phenomenal! I suffered with sciatica and lower back pain that was beginning to become a chronic issue. The first day I went in for a consult, I was in so much pain, but soon after the treatment sessions began, I begin to walk out with a smile. The people there are great. They're friendly, patient, and kind. I would recommend DTS Spinal Decompression to anyone that could potentially benefit from it."
    Sciatica (leg pain) & Low Back - Diane R.
  • "After taking up running as a hobby and to help keep in shape after college, I recently decided to tackle a marathon. I did a lot of training, steadily increasing my miles week to week, etc. About one month into training, I developed extreme knee pain and a pretty tender low back, and wasn't sure if the pain was normal for new runners or if I had a potential issue. Dr. Mason told me it was common for runners to hurt on the outside of the knee because the IT band gets so tight from the repetitive "
    Knee & Hip/Low Back - Alicia C.
  • "As a police officer, low back pain can be a common problem because of all the sitting and driving we do. I had never got long lasting relief of the pain with medications or ointments. Dr. Mason was able to quickly identify what the problem was; adjustments, aggressive stretching, as well as tips on how to sit in my patrol car with all that gear on have virtually made the pain disappear."
    Pain Free Policeman! - Nate F.

It's Your Life... Live it in Health!

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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