Chiropractor in Sioux Falls, South Dakota (SD)
Jonathon Kunz DC
- The Chiropractors at Four Hills3628 S Southeastern AveSioux Falls, South Dakota, 57103 - United StatesPhone: (605) 271-5550
About Our Practice
We are strongly rooted in scientific chiropractic techniques preferring diversified technique for spinal manipulation. We are proficient at extremity adjusting as well as the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. We treat babies, children, adults, and the elderly. Manual adjusting is used most commonly, but we use very gentle, non-thrust techniques if appropriate (children, osteoporosis) and can also treat to the tolerance/direction of the patient. Other techniques used frequently inlcude drop piece, flexion distraction, and soft tissue techniques such as manual therapy, manual trigger point therapy, and active release technique (ART). Rehabilitative techniques include protocols for stretching and strengthening with ball or floor exercise, resistance bands, and neuromuscular re-education. We custom fit Foot Levelers orthotics and sell medical grade supplements including lines from Metagenics, Thorn, Anabolic Labs, and Orthomolecular Products. Eastern aternative therapies include acupuncture and gua sha (the model for Graston Technique). We accept most insurance plans and offer a very affordable cash plan for those without insurance. X-rays are not requried in most new patient cases and long treatment plans are usually not part of our treatment plans. Instead, we counsel the patient and together, decide the best course of action for their condition or health goals. Average face-to-face, doctor-to-patient time is 40-50 minutes for the first visit, and at least 15 minutes per visit thereafter. New patients are accepted and welcome, and we are especially excited to see first time chiropractic patients. We have special interest in whole family care, including special tables for expectant mothers, and gentle, low force techniques for babies and children.
We treat all types of spinal ailments including but not limited to: neck pain, headaches (including migraine), mid-back pain, low back pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, disc bulging or herniation with mild to moderate pain, facet syndrome, sacroiliac joint pain, hip pain, spasmodic torticollis (wry neck), osteoarthritis, lumbo-sacral or brachial neuritis, numbness and tingling, muscle pain or spasm, and meralgia paresthetica.
Other conditions treated but not necessarily related to the spine include athletic injuries such as sprains/strains, tendonitis, bursitis, TMJ pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, numbness into the hands, fingers, feet, or toes, vertigo or dizzyness, running injuries, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff injuries, and extremity joint pain (elbows, wrists, knees, or ankles).
- Spine Specialist
- National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
- State Board of Chiropractic
- American Chiropractic Association
- Northwestern College of Chiropractic