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Welcome to Cornerstone Chiropractic

Your Chiropractor Serving Knoxville & the Surrounding Communities

At Cornerstone Chiropractic in Knoxville, TN, we help patients young and old as they overcome their pain. To do this, we treat medical conditions at their source. Whether you're suffering from a chronic medical condition or you’re seeking treatment for a recent injury, chiropractic care can help. At Cornerstone Chiropractic, we use gentle, natural methods to help your body heal and stay healthy.

Dr. Edwards, Your Knoxville Chiropractor

Our chiropractor, Dr. John Edwards, takes the whole body approach to chiropractic care. By treating underlying conditions, Dr. Edwards can relieve patients of their pain and prevent injuries from reoccurring.

Chiropractic care is safe for everyone in the family! We treat childhood conditions, help teens recover from sports injuries and assist adults as they overcome muscle pain. As your Knoxville chiropractor, Dr. Edwards will help you get the treatment and care you need to lead a happy, functional life.

Why is whole body approach so effective? All the systems of the body are interconnected. When one part of the body begins to fail or becomes damaged, other parts react. By healing the body and emphasizing wellness, Dr. Edwards treats patients and helps them stay healthier overall.

Treating a Range of Conditions

We can help treat and manage many conditions at Cornerstone Chiropractic in Knoxville, including:

  • Whiplash. Whiplash is a condition that occurs when muscles and tendons in the neck become strained. To heal whiplash, Dr. Edwards uses chiropractic techniques like spinal manipulation. This method helps realign the vertebrae in the neck, which improves functioning of the central nervous system and promotes clear communication between the brain and the rest of the body.

  • Muscle pain. Muscle pain in the back and shoulders often occur as a result of lifestyle factors, injury and overuse. To heal patients, Dr. Edwards uses a combination of massage therapy, lifestyle advice, exercise advice and more. With proper guidance, many patients are able to find the source of their pain, reduce muscle stiffness and improve range of motion.

  • …and much more! Many of our patients are surprised when they find out that chiropractic care can treat a range of conditions, from allergies to asthma. Using spinal adjustment to improve the functioning of the central nervous system, chiropractic care can improve the body functioning overall. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Edwards and he will work with you to determine the help you need.

Contact Your Chiropractor in Knoxville Today

Cornerstone Chiropractic is proud to provide natural chiropractic care to the people of Knoxville, TN. We encourage you to make an appointment with our chiropractor, Dr. John Edwards. To find out more about how chiropractic care can help you or to get started with your treatment plan, contact us today! We can’t wait to hear from you.

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please email us or call (865) 247-0458 to receive the answers to your questions from our experienced team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

If you would like to stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. We also offer a member wellness area which includes our animated exercise videos, wellness articles, and other healthcare resources. 

Dr. John Edwards
Knoxville Chiropractor | Cornerstone Chiropractic | (865) 247-0458

4465 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Very professional and courteous. Can't wait to start my treatment. Like that Dr. John us a man of God"
    Danielle B.
  • "I love this place! Dr. John healed my issues the first month I started at the practice."
    Taquiya T.

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