Dr. Delaney McMann Joins the Tuck Chiropractic Clinic in Bedford

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We are excited to share Dr. Delaney McMann has joined the Tuck Chiropractic Clinic located in Bedford, VA and is now accepting new patients. She will be working alongside Drs. AJ LaBarbera and Earsing to help patients find relief from pain and life on their terms.

Dr. McMann brings a unique perspective to her patient care after experiencing the healing powers of chiropractic while battling Lymes Disease. She is passionate about providing the same relief to her patients. “We are excited to have Dr. McMann join Dr. LaBarbara and Dr. Earsing to contribute to our collaborative approach to patient care,” says Dr. Ray Tuck, President of Tuck Chiropractic.

McMann attended Stetson University to complete her bachelors in Psychology and later completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic, graduating Cum Laude. While at Palmer, she took a special interest in instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques, cupping, kinesio taping, and the flexion distraction technique. These skills will help her provide even more alternatives for treating pain in a non-invasive way.

When she’s not in the office, you can find Dr. McMann exploring the hiking trails that Virginia has to offer, floating the rivers, playing her violin, or spending time with her two cats and dog.

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