"Get Well... Stay Well"

318 N. West End Blvd. (Rte 309)
P.O. Box 299 Quakertown, Pa. 18951

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215-538-2980 Ph           215-538-3588 Fax

We are OPEN for patient care. I am responding to all COVID-19 protocols; the health and safety of my patients remains my top priority. This work is important and I am committed to being there when you need us most. Please contact the office to schedule care. Patients are being seen one at a time with no need to wait in the reception room.

Dr. Celia Malmad

My name is Dr. L. Celia Malmad, and I am the Founder ofTHE CHIROPRACTIC HEALING ARTS CENTER, a holistically based practice that values and respects the whole person.

While my training includes a degree in Psychology, I was drawn to explore a formal Chiropractic Education to integrate the concept of mind and body into my practice. After achieving my Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine with Magna Cum Laude honors, I began my family practice in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and have been seeing patients in this area since 1981.

In 1994, I returned to my studies to focus on Orthopedics, and in 1998, earned the coveted Board Certification in Chiropractic Orthopedics. Our Practice honors the relationship that occurs when Mind and Body come together to produce optimal health, and I welcome you to our web site. 

In sharing the benefits of Chiropractic health, and its relationship to your well being, it is my hope that the information I provide becomes your doorway to feeling healthier, and more vibrant, in every area of your life.


Why Chiropractic? Before answering this question, let's take a look at what Chiropractic actually is.

There are two aspects to health care. One is response to disease or injury; the second is prevention of problems, which is true HEALTH care. Chiropractic is probably best known in the first category, which is a response to injury and specifically, injuries to the back and/or spine.

Spinal injuries are mechanical problems. The spine is made up of 24 individual vertebrae that are stacked upon the pelvis. Wherever two bones come together in a joint, there is a specific range of motion expected, and when there is an injury, that normal/expected range of motion is often disrupted. In Chiropractic, we evaluate the movement of the vertebral joints, identify the levels where that motion might be deficient, and then mobilize or "adjust" the joints accordingly. There are a number of different ways to evaluate, and also a variety of approaches to re-establishing normal movement.

At the Chiropractic Healing Arts Center, we are not satisfied with just moving those joints. Our goal is to re-establish healthy movement patterns, and then work toward PREVENTION of future problems.

The best way to accomplish that goal is to enlist the patient as the most important member of the health care team. With this mind set, rehabilitative exercises are taught, and healthy biomechanics are stressed. By working together, we can most efficiently address the current spinal problems, limit or eliminate pain, and set the stage for optimal future function.


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