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Our Staff
Bonnie Baird, DC, BS, CCSP

Dr. Baird is the longest practicing Chiropractor in the Fuquay-Varina area, and the only Chiropractor trained in using the ATM II for neuromuscular rehabilitation in the area. She is certified in Sports Medicine and Acupuncture and trained in the Pierce-Stillwagon & Thompson chiropractic techniques.

Front Desk Receptionist

Melody has been in the medical field since 1994. She is a certified CNA and loves taking care of people. 

Our Practice


Baird Chiropractic Inc proudly serves the Fuquay-Varina NC and surrounding areas. We have built our practice through dedication and determination, which has allowed us to become the company we are today. We take great pride in providing you with better health through chiropractic care.

Our staff is highly trained and committed to providing the highest levels of service available. No matter what prompted your visit, we have the experience and knowledge to diagnose, treat and advise you so you can get the relief and improved health you desire.


We are dedicated to providing you with the right treatments for all your health and wellness needs. Our staff strives to offer our patients the personal care they deserve.


Chiropractic Techniques:



Thompson Technique


This is a specific chiropractic method and is a variation of the Diversified technique that uses a special table with several segments called drop pieces. These segments can be cocked up a fraction of an inch, so when the thrust is delivered, the table will drop this fraction of an inch. The object of the drop is to distract (open) the joint during the adjustment. The drop pieces assists the thrust, while minimizing the force required for the adjustment. Cavitation of the joint may or may not occur.



Pierce-Drop Technique


This is a specific chiropractic technique that uses supine and prone pelvic adjusting on a drop table, and prone or sitting instrument adjusting in the cervical region. X-ray analysis (from film, or motion assessment from videofluoroscopic analysis) and thermographic analysis is regularly used for making clinical decisions about which spinal level(s) to adjust.



ATM (Active Therapeutic Movement)


Active Therapeutic Movements (ATM s) provide immediate and long-lasting benefits to many back, neck, shoulder, pelvis, hip, and knee sufferers. By definition ATMs consist of a few active neuromuscular movements superimposed upon a specific passive holding. ATMs aim to immediately alter symptoms, by affecting the Central Nervous System (CNS) control of muscle activation patterns which directly impact ranges of motion. The ATM2 is a clinical tool designed to enable the user to effectively transition from a previously painful range of motion to one that is complete, and totally free of pain.

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