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“Dr. Holly Schonberger, BA, DC comes from the USA and has been working as a chiropractor since 2019. She graduated from Life Chiropractic College West in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, and she currently lives here in Amsterdam with her wife, Lo, and her puppy, Penny Lane.”

“Dr. Holly was an avid sports player for all her life and started seeing a chiropractor when she was 11 years old. Receiving chiropractic adjustments helped her heal from sports injuries and feel physically at her best, and also helped her with getting sick less, seasonal allergies, menstrual complaints, asthma, anxiety, and poor sleep. As she got older and kept going back to her local chiropractor for regular visits, she realized that chiropractic was about a lot more than just pain, and that it helped her to function better and improve her overall quality of life. Dr. Holly is passionate about helping people from all walks of life, and she looks forward to supporting you in your health journey.”

What is Chiropractic, and how can it help you?
“Chiropractic is a holistic health approach that is free from drugs or surgery. The main focus of chiropractic care is to improve the function of the central nervous system (the brain and the spinal cord). Every single function that happens in our body is orchestrated and conducted by our brain and spinal cord, so by making sure the central nervous system is functioning at its highest capacity, we are likely to feel better, move better, function better, and experience a more vital life.

When stress (physical, mental, or emotional) is perceived by the brain/body, that stress has an effect on the central nervous system. These different types of stressors can lead to restriction or dysfunction within the nervous system, which can lead to symptoms (pain, or decreased function of organs, glands, tissues, and joints) and discomfort. By addressing the restrictions or dysfunctions with specific and gentle chiropractic adjustments, we can ensure your brain and body are in a position to heal and thrive.”