Staff

Dr. John B. Chauvin

Dr. John B. Chauvin graduated from Michigan State University's College of Human Ecology (BS) in 1986. He earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences- Chicago in 1990. He currently is a staff physician at the Wilmington Treatment Center as well as enjoyed a private practice for over 30 years at the same location on Gordon Rd. in Wilmington, NC.

I believe in the infinite capacity for the body to heal itself if given the right environment. From a simple ear infection in a child to a more complex mind and body connection of an adult, I look at the cause of the problem and work on that – not just the pain symptoms.

I am dedicated to helping our patients improve their health, but expect the same commitment from our patients. The office accepts a limited number of new patients each month to ensure our 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.

 
 
 
 
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