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Mount Morris, IL 61054 US


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Dr. Tracy Woods

  • Dr.
    Tracy Woods

    Hello! My name is Dr. Tracy Woods. Welcome to Aspiring Health Chiropractic! There is nothing that makes me happier than to help others feel better and bring quality to a person's life. I fulfill this lifelong desire through my passion. My passion is Chiropractic.

    Ever since I can remember there was a knowing, as I sat up in my tree as a small child that I wanted to help people. I didn't like to see people hurting in anyway and wanted to make my difference in the world helping people live better lives. Although at the time I didn't know exactly what I would be when I grew up, I did know that I would help people in some way to feel better. Call it destiny, call it fate, call it my calling in life, my reason for living or my purpose in life, but I now am living my dream doing what I set out to do, and more importantly, what I love to do, and that is helping people live better lives through Chiropractic.

    I now welcome you and your family, friends and co-workers, to our office. I look forward to helping you, and others that you tell about me, in your journey and decision to feel better both now and in the future. I hope to give you choices for your health. I am excited to educate you and others in the wonders of how to help our bodies heal and add qualities to our lives the natural way. To know that we do not always have to accept feeling as we do just because we are getting older.

    Have you, or someone you know, ever made this statement?

    'I'm doing everything I've been told to do to stay 'healthy,' but I still don't feel like I'm at the top of my game.'

    All our lives we are taught that if we do all these things, we will be healthy. If we don't feel healthy we are then told to 'take this pill' or 'drink this liquid' to feel better and live our lives. What if there was something else we could do improve our overall quality of life? Something without side effects, is all natural and imagine this, actually PREVENTS future illness? Wouldn't that be amazing?

    You see, we are all taught to follow certain guidelines to stay healthy but what about maintaining the one system in our body that controls everything? Wouldn't that make sense? That's why chiropractic care is so important it works with the nervous system to help maintain function which intern maintains function of EVERYTHING in your body to the tiniest cell, to allowing your heart to pump. Without a proper functioning nervous system, things tend to go awry, and over time a cascade like effect can occur, the body often can become susceptible to illness and disease. What happens when you get stressed out for a long period to time, you end of getting sick, right? That's why, even if we are doing 'all the right things' we are still neglecting that one very important aspect that allows us to really to live up to our full potential.

    Most people don't know that chiropractic care is for more than just neck and back pain. Actually, people with ailments ranging from the common cold to cancer and multiple sclerosis receive regular chiropractic care. But my favorite success stories are the people who avoid many of life's 'normal' illnesses, pains, and sufferings because they follow a wellness plan and their bodies are functioning optimally.

    I hope to see you soon so that you can begin to enjoy the same improved quality of life that I and my wellness program patients are enjoying!

    Yours in Health,

    Dr. Tracy Woods

    [email protected]


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  • "My husband and I have been coming to Aspiring Health for quite some time now and are very happy and more than satisfied with the treatments. They have helped us both feel 100% better. The staff and doctors have been greatly helpful and have treated us in a very friendly, considerate and respectful manner. We would highly recommend them and their services to everyone."
    - Linda and George B.

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