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Welcome to Adams Chiropractic Neurology Group!

Located in the heart of Sonoma, the leading health professionals at Adams Chiropractic Neurology Group are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives -- combining skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. Drs. James H. Adams, Robert W. Adams, and Laurence J. Adams have 92 years combined experience in treating:
  • Headaches
  • TMJ
  • Insomnia
  • Sciatica
  • Vertigo
  • Neck Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • and many other ailments

Our office is also unique in having the only chiropractic neurologists in the Sonoma Valley. Chiropractic neurology is an exciting way of taking a closer look into the root cause of various pains and ailments, and allows us to optimize our chiropractic adjustments to achieve the greatest possible result.

Patients seeking treatment at Adams Chiropractic Neurology Group with Drs. James H. Adams, Robert W. Adams, and Laurence J. Adams are assured of receiving only the finest quality care through the use of modern chiropractic equipment and technology.

Do you have questions about different types of insurance? Would you like to know more about your insurance deals with chiropractic care? Click on the following link to be taken to our "Insurance Frequently Asked Questions" page!

Why do people recommend Adams Chiropractic to their family and friends? Paul says, "I am a general contractor and the work I do can be hard on the body. Dr. Adams keeps me aligned so I am in good health. Chiropractic care has helped with my allergies too." Do you want to read more testimonials? Click here.

To get to the link to Dr. Robert Adams' appearance on local radio KSVY, click here.

It's Your Life... Live it in Health!

Drs. James H. Adams, Robert W. Adams, Laurence J. Adams 

Sonoma Chiropractor | Adams Chiropractic Neurology Group | 707-996-4535

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I find chiropractic very helpful to keep me able to do the things I have always done. My neck and back need adjustment occasionally and I find Dr. Adams quick, capable and friendly. He always addresses all my needs."
    Rogena, 73 y/o
  • "I would recommend chiropractic to my family and friends because it helps my back and neck feel better and helps release tension, especially after carrying my heavy back-pack."
    Gemma, 13 y/o
  • "Dr. Adams is "HANDS UP" the best chiropractor I've been to in Sonoma and Marin. Thorough with initial exam to diagnose issues and always performs the adjustments perfectly."
    Pamela, 47 y/o

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