October 1, 2010 — Official chiropractic care for U.S. service members has finally come to the Pacific.
“It’s just another tool in the toolbox for medical care,” chiropractor Reggie Clifton, who arrived at U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa in July, said recently in his office on Camp Foster.
He is one of only three civilian chiropractors at overseas military medical facilities, according to the Department of Defense. The other two are at the Baumholder and Vilseck U.S. Army health clinics in Germany.
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Source: Stars and Stripes, David Allen; www.stripes.com