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Performance Chiropractic | Olathe

At Performance Chiropractic we treat pain with safe, gentle Chiropractic care. Dr. Brett Dworkis has been an Olathe chiropractor for 18 years, and he provides a full range of chiropractic services. Our Chiropractic clinic is committed to true wellness, not only relieving pain, but making sure it doesn't return.

If you are in pain, call 913-782-5000, to be seen today!

Our Chiropractic Team

Performance Chiropractic's team of wellness professionals are there to assist you in every step of the way to provide you with an outstanding experience while treating your pain.

With many years of chiropractic training and education under our belt we have treated many patients with conditions ranging from whiplash to scoliosis to herniated discs to that "bum knee or shoulder" within our Olathe office. We have had great success with these conditions and many others. Patients seeking treatment at Performance Chiropractic are assured of receiving only the finest quality care, because Dr. Brett has a genuine concern for your well-being.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic patients seek us for a number of different conditions, including:

Our Chiropractic Services

At Performance Chiropractic, Olathe, we provide a full range of Chiropractic services. These include Chiropractic adjustments, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, Nutritional Counseling, and More.

Olathe Chiropractic Clinic Location

Our Olathe clinic is conveniently located near 135 St. and I-35, and can be reached from anywhere in Olathe in minutes. We also have convenient hours to fit your schedule.

For more information, contact our Chiropractic office now!

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  • "My neck & back had been killing me for several months. I had been to another chiropractor off & on. Now I feel much better, I'm working out on a regular basis, and the stretching exercises have helped tremendously."
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