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Early Detection, Prevention and

Maintainence is the Key to Health.

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Welcome to Kostow Chiropractic

Your Hershey Chiropractor

Serving Hershey, PA since 2000, Kostow Chiropractic is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal health and wellness. Dr. Kostow and his staff are committed to teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care.

Over 90% of the patients we serve in our office found out about chiropractic through meeting our doctors in person.  We often speak with over 70 people each week, face to face, to inform our community about the benefits of chiropractic care and to inspire them to take a proactive approach with their health.

Our patients receive the finest quality of care through personalized, natural chiropractic techniques. Our office is genuinely concerned for your well being. The friendly atmosphere and lively interactions facilitate your best possible chiropractic adjustment and the well being of your body, mind and spirit.

Our philosophy is that the body is a self-healing and self-regulating system,
and any interference to the nerves decreases the body's ability to heal itself. 
Chiropractic is safe, effective, and is a natural way to eliminate
those interferences to the nerves that decrease the body's ability to heal itself.

Dr. Mark Kostow
Hershey Chiropractor | Kostow Chiropractic | 717-533-2100

1099 W Governor Rd
Hershey, PA 17033


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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The results have been great. I'm 'numb' and 'tingle' free."
    Michael M., Palmyra
  • "The spine pain I had for years is gone! No more steroids! No more medication of any kind! I can do more than I used to."
    Crystal S., Palmyra
  • "I'm able to get a good night's sleep. Before, I was only sleeping 4 hours because the pain always woke me up."
    Gloria B., Palmyra

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