The Addison County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Clear Connection Chiropractic to the Middlebury business community. Elizabeth Davidson, D.C., hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at her business located at 91 Court St.
Davidson is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and the owner of Clear Connection Chiropractic. She received Bachelors' degrees in liberal arts and elementary education from Johnson State College and graduated summa cum laude with her Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic.
She is certified in Network Spinal Analysis and has studied Bio-Geometric Integration and Torque Release Technique, all of which are gentle enough for newborns and involve no twisting or cracking.
Davidson grew up in Montgomery, Vt., where she had a family practice for the past three years.
"I also work closely with families to promote whole body wellness and prevent all the common illnesses our society sees as normal such as ADHD, ear infections, asthma, sleep problems, immune disorders," she said.
Davidson is also involved with a program called Love Has No Color. She and a group of other chiropractors are committed to bringing health, education, and opportunities to the impoverished native peoples. Davidson will be spending a few days this month donating her time and energy to improving conditions on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana. A portion of proceeds from her practice go to benefit the reservation.
The office is located at 91Court St. in Middlebury, next to the Chamber of Commerce.