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Welcome to N8 Upper Cervical Chiropractic
Your Bel-Air, Makati City Upper Cervical Chiropractic Health Center

At N8 Upper Cervical Chiropractic, we pride ourselves in helping our patients and their families reach and maintain their utmost health potential. Our office is the first of its kind, as we are the ONLY  Upper Cervical Chiropractic Clinic in the Philippines specialising in NUCCA and Toggle Recoil procedures. While other doctors choose to limit their scope of practice to pain relief only, our goal is to detect and eliminate the root causes of health problems that you may be suffering from and to get you well and keep you well- now, and for the rest of your life. 
Every patient that walks into our office is a V.I.P. So, expect to be treated like one. We all know that visits to a doctor's office can be tedious and often times a bit nerve-racking. Rest assured, you don't have to feel that way in our Makati office. The doctor and staff are highly trained and continuously strive to ensure that you have the best and most unique experience possible every single time.
Following an evaluation of your overall health, the doctor will discuss a plan for you and your family to obtain optimal health and wellness and will encourage you to participate in any number of challenges, events, and more all designed to help you easily and effectively apply health and wellness principles to your life.

Are you suffering from health problems with no solution?
Are you ready for a change? 

We may be the answer you have been searching for. Schedule an appointment today and experience the difference of Upper Cervical Chiropractic. 

Dr. Gabriel P. Flores
Bel-Air, Makati City Upper Cervical Chiropractors | N8 Upper Cervical Chiropractic | (63 2) 553-6218
Unit 301-B Jupiter Place 136-138 Jupiter Street
Bel-Air, Makati City, M.M. 1209

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  • "Highly recommended. It will really make a difference ... Work , health and attitude wise.Thank you so much from the staff and of course to Dr. Flores."
    Zingapan S. T.

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