"I need never be hopelessness again because I have Dr. Zimmerman in my corner."
“There is still some time to be surprised.” Jamie Tworkowski, founder of a hope-filled non-profit organization for depression and suicide awareness, To Write Love on Her Arms, coined this phrase. And for 423 days, I desperately tried to believe that one of these days, I would wake up, and be surprised. But it wasn’t until I went to Zimmerman Family Chiropractic that the surprise occurred. Read More
"With Dr. Zimmerman's assistance, my life has returned to normal."
I first visited Dr. Zimmerman in late June of 2012. Prior to becoming a patient of Dr. Zimmerman's, I had seen many doctors about symptoms I had been experiencing since the end of December. I had neck and lower back issues, especially after breaking my tailbone after a fall a few years ago. Towards the end of 2011, I began having diarrhea multiple times a day. Read More
"We highly recommend Dr. Zimmerman and know that anyone of any age could benefit from him and his services."
My name is Russell Lytton, DC and I am a chiropractor practicing in Phoenix, AZ. My wife Lisa was in Waterloo visiting family with our 3 month old son, Jude. Lisa noticed Jude was grabbing his left ear often and seemed very uncomfortable as though he may be developing an ear infection. Read More
"Zimmerman Family Chiropractic has changed my life and overall health and I can honestly say that I wish I would have found this place a whole lot sooner. Thank you Zimmerman Family Chiropractic!."
Let me start off by saying that I had NO IDEA that upper cervical care existed. I thought that every chiropractor was the same. Boy was I wrong. Read More
"I felt better after my very first adjustment. The jaw pain was gone almost instantly, and the low back pain had eased enough to start running again!."
I met Dr. Zimmerman at a health fair that I was also working at. I had been having trouble with lower back pain for a while and had definitely had to alter my lifestyle around the pain. I had stopped running, started to move more gingerly when bending down to pick something up, and even sitting differently on the couch to avoid the pain. Read More