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Located in the heart of Heber Valley encompassing beautiful Midway, Daniels, Heber City and only a short distance from Provo, Park City, and Salt Lake. Community Health and Wellness is dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives.  Dr. Ron Dummar is committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of wellness care.

Patients seeking treatment at Community Health and Wellness with Dr. Dummar are assured of receiving only the finest quality care through the use of modern Chiropractic and Traditional Chinese Medicine equipment and technology.

The focus of our practice is Pain Management.  Because our focus is pain centered we cater to a wide array of dis-eases.  Due to the experience of our doctors we are additionally especially effective in providing spine and disc decompression therapy, prenatal and postpartum wellness, infant and pediatric wellness, and in treating whiplash due to Car Accidents.

We are partnered with Doula's and Midwives to bring you Childbirth Resources and Classes, birth support, and related services. 

The wellness care we provide is not to supplant obstetric, gynecological or pediatric care offered by any other specialist in those given fields.  Neither do we seek to replace the care of any other valuable health care providers.  In fact, it has been our experience that patient's achieve more rewarding results when they are under the care of a natural health physician working in conjunction with their family doctor.  We simply seek to be your very best resource for wellness during each respective time in your life and that of your children. 

If you are interested in starting your journey towards wellness please subscribe to our award winning newsletter. If you are already a newsletter subscriber, please explore the member wellness section of our website for wellness articles, resources, and health facts---specifically targeted by Dr. Dummar to your wellness needs and interests.

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Community Health and Wellness |  435.657.3696

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  • "Dr. Dummar has been treating me with acupuncture and herbs to help regulate and ease the symptoms of my menstrual cycle. I have had erratic and very painful cycles. By using the "EZ Come EZ Go" herbs and weekly acupuncture, it has completely changed my cycle. I no longer have debilitating, painful cramps and back aches.My cycle is very regular and predictable. I plan on making this a yearly maintenance to make sure it all keeps going smoothly. Thank you!"
    Liz. H.

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