Welcome to OnSite Chiropractic

Welcome to OnSite Chiropractic where we bring Chiropractic out to the world!
OnSite Chiropractic was established to fulfill a need - the need to make Chiropractic care more accessible to people.
The biggest obstacle to receiving Chiropractic care, for most people, is time.
By bringing Chiropractic care out to the work place we overcome that obstacle so
people all over the world can lead healthier and happier lives!

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Dr. Kristi De Saro featured on

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Call 267-679-0514

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Health Articles

Upper Back Pain and Sciatica Helped with Chiropractic Care
Upper Back Pain and Sciatica Helped with Chiropractic Care
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published the results of a case study on January 16, 2024, documenting the improvement, under chiropractic care, of a patient with scoliosis who was suffering with upper back pain and sciatica. . . .
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Reactive Arthritis Helped by Chiropractic
Reactive Arthritis Helped by Chiropractic
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published the results of a case study on May 16, 2023, documenting chiropractic helping a young girl who was suffering with Reactive Arthritis (ReA) and a host of associated pain issues. . . .
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Patient Suffering from Asthma, Headaches, Insomnia, and Low Back Pain Improved with Chiropractic
Patient Suffering from Asthma, Headaches, Insomnia, and Low Back Pain Improved with Chiropractic
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published the results of a case study on May 5, 2023, documenting the improvement, under chiropractic, of a patient suffering with multiple health issues including asthma, headaches, low back pain, and insomnia. . . .
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Dizziness Helped by Chiropractic According to Study
Dizziness Helped by Chiropractic According to Study
The Journal of Contemporary Chiropractic published the results of a case series on December 14, 2023, documenting chiropractic care helping to alleviate dizziness in a series of patients. Each of the people in this study had been suffering from significant dizziness for at least three months. . . .
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