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Welcome to Sunrise Body Revival
Chiropractic & Massage

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Welcome to Sunrise Body Revival Chiropractic & Massage, where we
understand the importance of choosing a Chiropractor who is right for you; as
well as, maintaining the belief that educating our patients is vital to the
success of their healing.

Dr. France has over five years of professional Chiropractic, and 13 years of
professional Massage Therapy experience in the treatment of patients. His
patients have ranged in age from one week to 99 years old, and have been
afflicted with a vast array of injuries and conditions. All these individuals
have benefited, and continue to benefit from, his dedication to knowledge -
through his own continued education - and from his genuine passion for the
quality of care he provides to enhance the quality of life for all his patients.

Most people think a Chiropractor simply pops, cracks or snaps back pain
away; however, there are many scientifically-backed practices and procedures involved
with this profession. With its inception in 1895, the first Chiropractic
adjustment was delivered to a man, whom in one ear had lost the ability to
hear. Following spinal adjustment, he explained his hearing had been restored.
While, of course, this is not the most common result of Chiropractic care, it
is a powerful example of one of the many conditions Chiropractic care has
helped over the last century.


DR. TRAVIS FRANCE
Sunrise Body Revival Chiropractic & Massage
3117 W Columbus Dr. STE 206
Tampa, FL 33607


Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr Travis and Kevin are wonderful and care about you and your health! This is the place to go if you have any need for good health care !"
    Thomas N.Z.
  • "A very nice, clean, comfortable suite in West Tampa. I had just returned from a 10 day trip overseas that involved a lot of hiking and was somewhat sore. Dr Travis's excellent and welcoming demeanor set the stage for what was a fantastic massage using techniques that I had never experienced but found very relaxing. I'll definitely be back!"
    Dave C.
  • "Visiting Dr. France was my first experience ever with a chiropractor. Even after one visit, my pain was ameliorated. The entire experience, from the front desk to the treatment, was wonderful."
    Warren D.
  • "My time with Dr. France has been truly life changing. I have been in near-constant pain for several years with degenerative spinal desease. Dr. France has given me great relief and I now have extended periods with no pain. i have been able to reduce my pain medication. Dr. France is bright, caring and compassionate. What more can you ask for?"
    Ed Oman
  • "Very professional and a great adjustment! I would highly recommend."
    Kevin Reed
  • "exceptional treatment and care to relieve pain and restore you to a healthy active lifestyle"
    Jeff Mathieson

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

3:00 pm-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-7:00 pm

Friday:

12:00 pm-5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

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