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Fiorini Chiropractic Center, P.A.

At Fiorini Chiropractic Center you will find a group of committed professionals with the goal of helping you return to a natural state of good health.

You will quickly become a welcomed member of our family of satisfied patients. We treat a wide variety of conditions using the best combination of traditional Chiropractic techniques and the latest in innovative care.

Fiorini Chiropractic Center is ready to become your stepping stone to better health. Contact us on the web or call for an appointment today. Let this be your first step on the path to better health.

  • From Awards4U

    Do you have any showrooms?

    Yes, our home offices and showrooms are located in Tallahassee, Florida.
    Their addresses are:

    1387 E. Lafayette Street
    Tallahassee, FL 32301

    1419 Market Street
    Tallahassee, FL 32312

    Showroom hours for both locations are:
    Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    Can you suggest some flowers that that I can plant now to survive the Summer heat?

    Good heat tolerant flowers include Begonias, Blue Daze, Globe Amaranth, Impatiens, Lantana, Melampodium, Pentas, Portulaca, and Vinca.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    My Camellias have some white dots on the undersides of the leaves and some yellowing from it too. What is causing this and how do I stop it?

    What you see on your Camellias is Tea Scale. Tea Scale can be safely and effectively controlled by spraying thoroughly with SunSpray Ultra-fine Oil. This oil is safe to spray all year long. Many other oil sprays should not be used in hot weather, but Sunspray can be relied on even in our Summer heat. This product kills by smothering instead of poisoning and can be very effective by repeating the spray treatment about 3 weeks after the first treatment.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    Can I start a Centipedegrass lawn from seed now?

    April is a good time to start a Centipedegrass lawn from seed. Centipede seed is very tiny and should be mixed with a dry carrier such as Milorganite to help in spreading it. Good site preparation is essential. Centipede should be planted on bare soft soil in full sun, and should be lightly covered. Keep the seedbed moist (not soggy) and mow the weeds that emerge to prevent them from shading out the emerging seedlings. Centipedegrass is slow to establish from seed but requires minimal initial investment. One pound can be stretched to cover 4,000 square feet but you will get a lawn quicker by sowing the seed thicker.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    I have several shrubs that were hurt by the cold. Should I cut them back now?

    No, wait until later in the Spring before cutting them back because not all of the damage is clearly evident yet. Some stems may be partially damaged and be subject to dying back later in the season requiring a second pruning. After new sprouts emerge on the limbs cut them back several inches into healthy wood.