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Welcome to Hilliard Chiropractic
Your Clovis/Portales Chiropractor

Call us at (575) 762-2933 today.

At Hilliard Chiropractic, we strive to help our patients feel better inside and out. We have been offering chiropractic and natural healing health care services to patients in the area since 1952, and look forward to serving them for many more years. Our staff is passionate about healthcare, and loves to help patients achieve better health the natural way—through your body's own power to heal itself.

Our office is family oriented, and even our own family can't stay away; we have had three generations of chiropractors faithfully serve our patients! Over the years we have grown into the largest chiropractic practice in the state. We have offices in both Clovis and Portales, New Mexico.

We guarantee that during your visit with us, you will be treated with the utmost care and compassion. Whether you are suffering from pain caused by an auto accident, surgery, sciatica or just the repetition of everyday life, we can help eliminate it.

We work one-on-one with every patient to discuss options with them and answer any questions. You won't find a more qualified team to handle all of your chiropractic needs. When you come to our office, you will know you are in good hands.

For optimum health and wellness, contact Hilliard Chiropractic today!

Dr. Greg Bobo
Clovis/Portales Chiropractor | Hilliard Chiropractic | (575) 762-2933

3001 N Prince St
Clovis/Portales, NM 88101

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I've received here. I wouldn't go any where else."
    John D
  • "I can't believe how much my health has improved since I've started coming here. I feel better every time I leave."
    Janice D.

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