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Office Hours

Monday:

9am-12:00pm

3:00pm-6pm

Tuesday:

9am-12:00pm

3:00pm-6pm

Wednesday:

9am-12:00pm

3:00pm-6pm

Thursday:

9am-12:00pm

3:00pm-6pm

Friday:

9am-11:00am

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

  • "I’ve been dealing with severe pain in my lower lumbar lately, and have tried everything from massage, to acupuncture, to chiropractic. It helped a little, but I was still in pain, so I decided to try something completely new...Trigger point injection (TPI) is a procedure used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or hardened knots of muscle that form when muscles do not relax. My friend Cat Turner is a Nurse Practitioner that performs this therapy, and I HIGHLY recommend her! Thank God she has a steady hand"
    Rachel D
  • "Jesse is very knowledgeable and does amazing work. I would recommend him to anyone I know."
    Shaun D
  • "Always feel welcome there – the doctor takes his time and listens to my issues."
    Leigh T
  • "My back feels better than it has in a long time!"
    Jamie H
  • "It is easy to make appointments with Dr. Weigel, and he honors his schedules. He listens well and has just the right touch to make me feel better. Thanks for your cheerful and positive attitude!"
    Judy G
  • "Dr. Weigel was very thorough in his initial examination and assessment to determine the cause of my low back pain. The treatments I received at his office were very helpful in relieving the pain. In addition, Dr. Weigel was willing to discuss things I wanted to try at home. He also offered suggestions for at-home exercises. It has been a very good experience to be treated by Dr. Weigel!"
    Sylvia H
  • "Dr. Weigel is wonderful and has really helped me manage my neck and back pains. I would recommend him to anyone needing a good chiropractor!"
    Tammy A
  • "I love how accommodating the staff is there! I always leave the office feeling 100% better!"
    Christy M
  • "Awesome crew! Everyone is extremely accommodating. They know how to make appointments FUN!"
    Merrie C
  • "My experience at Dynamic Care Chiropractic has always been wonderful. Dr. Weigel is very attentive and takes the time needed to ensure I walk out feeling better than when I walked in. The staff is extremely friendly and always helpful. I feel comfortable and well taken care of every time I go there."
    Lynn B
  • "I would highly recommend Dr. Weigel to anyone! He and his staff have always been friendly, professional, and honest. I went in with lower back pain and headaches that I had been suffering with for years – now, I am almost pain free and rarely get headaches! Thank You Dr. Weigel! You are awesome!"
    Christy B
  • "Dr. Weigel runs an excellent practice. He uses his extensive knowledge to treat patients. In other words, one doesn't get the same adjustment everytime. It depends on what a person's body needs. And he wants his patients to get well and isn't a quake who is just trying to make money."
    Cheryl D
  • "Staff is great! I always come out feeling 100% better!"
    Mary B
  • "Chiropractic care is part of my pain management treatment. Dr Wiegel adjusts his technique to meet my ever changing and specific needs. I'm able to walk-in when in need of extra help. The doctor/patient relationship is very personal. I'm very comfortable with Dr Wiegel, and he has my trust. The staff who check patients in/out, are also awesome. The doctor, staff, and patients visit – we talk about weekend plans, share pictures/stories of pets, kids, weddings, etc. – life in general. Going to Dynamic Care is like visiting old friends."
    Donna E
  • "This is probably the best care I've ever received. I came in and could barely move after years of bodily abuse through sports and lifting. Currently, I'm completely pain free, and I couldn't be happier! I recommend everyone go and check this place out. You won't regret it."
    Patrick G

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