Dr. John B. Chauvin

Dr. John B. Chauvin believes in the infinite capacity for the body to heal itself. He has an organic response to what is causing pain. From an ear infection in a child to the injuries of weekend warriors he looks at the cause of the problem and works on that – not just the symptoms.

Dr. Chauvin delves into the cause of the problem then

Dr. Chauvin is dedicated to helping his patients improve their health, but expects the same commitment from his patients. He accepts a limited number of new patients each month to ensure his patients receive quality care.

April L. Adams, C.C.A.

I joined Cape Fear Chiropractic in 1997 after graduating from UNCW (Go Seahawks!) with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I really enjoyed learning about chiropractic care from Dr. Chauvin and saw how he helped people achieve their health goals by using a natural approach. In 2001, I went on to become a Certified Chiropractic Assistant through Cleveland Chiropractic College.

As part of a small family practice, I feel fortunate to have an occupation where I can serve in a profession that I care deeply about. I enjoy forming relationships with our patients and am committed to assisting you so you can devote your attention to the things that really matter.

Becky McCarthy, LMBT NC License #573

After Receiving a Bachelor of Arts from UNCW in 1978, I worked as a licensed social worker in Developmental Disabilities at Southeastern Mental Health. After 18 years in social work, I returned to school and earned my certification in therapeutic massage from Carolina School of Massage Therapy in 1995. I am licensed by the NC State Board and maintain my licensure with 24 hours of continuing education every 2 years. I have 20 years of experience in private practice and in clinical settings. The modalities I offer are Swedish Massage for stress relief, circulation and detoxification, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Craniosacral Therapy. I never tire of facilitating my clients healing and there is nothing more gratifying than to see my clients walk out of a massage treatment with pain relief and a smile on their face.

Cory Marie Noonan, LMBT# 14761

Cory is a licensed Massage and Bodywork therapist and craniosacral therapist. Cory is a scientist who graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a biology degree and emphasis in aquatic biology. While doing field work in Nepal, Canada and Fiji, she became interested in studying native coastal cultures and their dependency on the sea. Cory spent 10 years out of the country and lived in Guam, Bali and Brazil before landing in Miami for Graduate school at the university of Miami's rosenstiel school of Marine And atmospheric science. After achieving her masters degree, Cory and family moved to Wilmington. Cory's love for the ocean, its creatures and time living with native cultures and their ancient natural remedies led her to study holistic therapies for balance, healing and well being while combining scientific research to provide the best treatments for healing. Her customized treatments include massage therapy, Craniosacral therapy, aromatherapy and energy therapy.


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