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Members of the Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island (CSRI) and our patients do.
Founded in 1918, CSRI is one of the oldest chiropractic associations in the country and represents the majority of the practicing chiropractic physicians in Rhode Island. We created this site to provide information for those unfamiliar with chiropractic and its many benefits.
The site also offers numerous articles and videos for both your enjoyment and education. If you have question, feel free to Contact Us and we’ll be happy to assist you. And if you’re ready to take that next step and experience chiropractic firsthand, we have a Find a Doctor tool to help you locate a chiropractic physician near you.
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