Your Chiropractor in the East Valley, AZ
If you’re looking for an East Valley Chiropractor, then you’re most assuredly looking in the right place. Our office not only serves the East Valley area but we serve many other surrounding towns as well, including Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa and San Tan. We are proud to be one of Arizona’s premier “whole-body” wellness practitioners and our goal is to be a valued health partner for the members of the communities in which we live. We want to do whatever we can to assist you as you pursue lifestyles built around a strong ethic of physical and emotional wellness.
East Valley, AZ Chiropractic Services
- Pediatric Chiropractic Care
- Car Accident Chiropractor
- Pregnancy Chiropractor
- Spinal Decompression
- Chiropractic Adjustments
- Massage Therapy
- And More!
East Valley is a loosely defined region, with differing definition of what constitutes it. PHX East Valley, a project with an area coalition known as the East Valley Partnership, defines the East Valley as an area that encompasses Apache Junction, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek, and Tempe.The East Valley Tribune, a newspaper that serves the region, considers Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek, and Tempe as its service area. The newspaper formerly served Scottsdale as well, but pulled out of the city in 2009. Ahwatukee, which is an urban village of the City of Phoenix, is normally considered to be part of the East Valley as well. Valley Metro defines its East Valley service area for its ADA Paratransit service to include Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, and Scottsdale.
The East Valley experienced a population increase of 30 percent, going from 937,638 in 2000 to 1,324,922 in 2011, according to U.S. Census data. The 2011 median household income in the East Valley was reported $64,659, up from $52,100 in 2000. The 2011 median household income is also higher in the East Valley than Metropolitan Phoenix, the state of Arizona, and the entire United States. The median sales price of a single family home in the East Valley is $205,850. This figure is also higher than the median price of a single family home in Metropolitan Phoenix, the West Valley, all of Arizona, and the United States. The cost of living in the East Valley is quite low for such a thriving area. It has a composite score of 102 (NOTE: US average = 100), compared to 109 of Las Vegas, Nevada, 110 of Denver, Colorado, 118 of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and 147 of Los Angeles, California. A variety of forces combined to strengthen the East Valley region’s identity and political parity, but none was more important than a 30-year surge in population that saw Mesa nearly triple in its population and Chandler grow from 29,173 to 236,123 and the town of Gilbert skyrocket from 5,717 to 208,453. The cities in the East Valley literally grew together. The city of Phoenix grew, too, but not at the same rate as it didn’t quite double its population in the 30-year span ending in 2010.Ironically, The Arizona Republic contributed to the East Valley’s separate identity in the mid-1990s by publishing a Sunday section called East Valley. Perhaps equally as ironic, the grouping of newspapers that Wahlheim had assembled did not incorporate East Valley into its nameplate until new owners had combined the newspaper’s community editions into a single newspaper called The Tribune. It wasn’t until 1999 that the newspaper retitled itself the East Valley Tribune.