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Patient-centered, non-invasive care

Logan University is already known for providing award-winning college degrees for individuals interested in pursuing their degrees in chiropractic and health sciences. In that same vein of excellence, Logan University Health Centers provide evidence-informed, patient-centered, natural health care for communities in the St. Louis area. 

Their locations at Montgomery Health Center in Chesterfield, Mid Rivers Health Center in St. Peters, and at the Stephen A. Orthwein Center at Paraquad in the city of St. Louis all provide quality chiropractic care for patients of all ages, including children.

Chiropractic is a hands-on, patient-centered approach to care that restores or enhances function of the joints and overall body. The goal of their expert clinicians is to provide patients relief from ailments and boost their quality of life, all without invasive surgeries or prescriptions that could cause other complications in some individuals with unique needs. Chiropractic can be used to treat an array of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain and headaches. Logan’s licensed Doctors of Chiropractic are multidisciplinary experts who are nationally known teachers, authors, leaders and researchers.

Logan’s care isn’t only high-quality, but it’s affordable as well. Patients are charged a flat fee of $10 per visit. This includes needed exams, chiropractic adjustments, therapies and acupuncture. 

As the teaching clinics for one of the nation’s leading chiropractic colleges, Logan Health Centers also provide opportunities for Logan Doctor of Chiropractic students to provide care under the direct supervision of licensed and credentialed health care providers. 

Locations are open and currently accepting patients. 

 1851 Schoettler Road • Chesterfield

(636) 230-1990


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