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Welcome to Tree of Life
Your Redmond Chiropractor

Call us at (425) 968-2262 today.

Dr. Scott is proud to be a part of the Thriving Redmond Community!

Restore, Renew, Revitalize!!!

The body has tremendous healing capacity when it is functioning properly. Chiropractic is not a cure or a treatment for any particular disease or condition. Our Redmond Chiropractic clinic does remove the interference in the body’s nervous system, which allows the body to function optimally, heal efficiently and allows you to live up to your God given potential! This is why people often notice many improvements in their overall health, even when they seek care for a particular health concern.

Our mission is to provide Redmond and the surrounding areas Specific Chiropractic care in an environment of love, compassion and clinical expertise. We aim to restore health and hope to our community members, to help them reach their God given potential by helping them raise healthy families free of the devastating life effects of vertebral subluxation.

Give Us A Call Today

Are you looking for a Redmond chiropractor? We have positive reviews on Google Plus and Yelp. We are servicing anyone looking for a chiropractor in Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland, or the eastside in general. Call the office today for a FREE PHONE CONSULTATION 425-968-2262.

Our purpose is to restore health and help members of our community reach their full potential without pain! If you are interested in learning more about our Redmond chiropractic office, we hope you will visit us soon. The sooner you contact us, the sooner you can be on your way to a more healthier life!

Dr. Walt Scott
Redmond Chiropractor | Tree of Life | (425) 968-2262

16563 Redmond Way
Redmond, WA 98052

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I feel I get a lot of value out of each visit and have much less pain than when I started coming in."
    Kristina H. / Redmond, WA
  • "He went to the root of the problem and now I am virtually painless."
    Zuzana P. / Redmond, WA

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