Welcome to Shubert Natural Health Care and Chiropractic!
Wichita’s Trusted Chiropractor
If you suffer with back pain, neck pain, headaches, stiffness, or disability, or if you are simply searching for improved health and wellness, you’ve come to the right place. Shubert Natural Health and Chiropractic is the area’s premier chiropractic care center serving Wichita, KS and surrounding communities.
Dr. Shubert is trained in numerous different chiropractic techniques and has the honor of taking care of day old infants, toddlers, pregnant mothers, entire families, and everyone in between.
Dr Melody Shubert and her chiropractic office are proud to offer acute pain relief as well as preventative chiropractic care. Her focus is on serving her patient’s needs and providing extraordinary service
She been in practice for 21 years and during that time She has learned what works and what doesn’t. Her Goal to you is to offer you the Best Wichita Chiropractic Care available! So, if you’re not feeling as good as you’d like to, take advantage of her special offer, and let’s see if she can help.
Shubert Natural Health and Chiropractic is located at: 2456 N. Woodlawn, Wichita, KS 67220. Our phone number is (316) 636-4444.
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2456 N. Woodlawn,
Wichita, KS 67220
Phone number: (316) 636-4444
Shubert Natural Health Care and Chiropractic
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Gerard Clum, D.C., is a spokesperson for the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) who attended the 2013 American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC). He explained, “Doctors of chiropractic provide a conservative, patient-centered approach that is well-documented for its clinical and economic value. When included as members of occupational health teams, doctors of chiropractic can facilitate and drive reduced costs and better clinical outcomes, as well as improvements in safety, general health and communication.”
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