M, T 9am to 5pm | W, Th 1pm to 6pm | F 9am to 3pm


Your health is everything. You don’t need to continue to be in pain or even uncomfortable. Let us help you! Same day appointments are often possible, and same day relief is our goal. We believe in Living Well, and to do that, you need to feel great.

Mission Statement

Our bodies heal themselves but, at times, need assistance in removing the interferences to their health potential.

Our purpose is to enhance wellness and vitality by: 

  1. Removing interference to your body’s neurological control through spinal adjustments,
  2. Removing interference to normal blood flow and good structural balance through bodywork (massage techniques), physical therapies and acupressure,
  3. Removing toxins and malevolent organisms (such as candida-yeast) through cleansing and balancing the digestion and nutrition,
  4. Removing the charge on emotional issues and stresses through NeuroEmotional Technique and teaching stress management techniques.

We are here to serve the Philadelphia Area and beyond. Our Mission is to relieve suffering and restore health and to help our community become less dependent on medications and more reliant upon our body’s innate ability to heal through regular chiropractic care, good nutrition, exercise and a positive mental attitude.

We specialize in difficult health challenges in infants, children and adults. We utilize a variety of healing modalities to suit the patient and to be thorough. We offer hope, sincerity, love and optimism to our patients. Please don’t hesitate to ask us about your health issues and how we might help you.

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Live Well opened in March 2010, and by 2011, Dr. Martin Orimenko and Live Well Holistic Health Center were voted the Best of the Main Line for Natural/Alternative Healthcare!  We received the award again in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Live Well In the News

Live Well and Thrive with Help of Naturopath” Philly Area Yoga by Allegra Tiver​ July 2013

New Holistic Health Center Thriving in Ardmore” The Ardmore Patch by Judy Gallagher Jun 2011