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Experienced Overland Park Chiropractic Team

When you’re in pain and need relief, look no further than the Tallgrass Chiropractic Team! With years of experience in chiropractic medicine, Dr. Victoria Rebman specializes in healing the body with natural, effective techniques. An advanced certified doctor in activator methods, every patient can expect top-notch care for their neck or back pain. Our goal is to make sure we achieve pain-free movement throughout your body. We are licensed to treat individuals of all ages.

Why Should I Get Chiropractic Care?

We offer short-term chiropractic care for those who have stiffness in the joints and muscles to increase the range of motion. Our techniques are non-invasive, drug-free methods that alleviate pain while improving circulation, mobility, stress and tension. We can relieve pressure on the nerves, locate the cause of headaches, and issues related to workplace, accident or sports injuries.

Services Offered at Tallgrass Chiropractic

We offer a variety of services to help treat pain. These include low back stabilization procedures, healthy spine care, and detox programs to cleanse the body. Our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the best outcomes for your condition. We work in three phases: relief care, corrective care and continuous support. These three phases help the body heal and perform over time, with consistent monitoring to avoid relapse.

What Should I Expect when Visiting the Chiropractor?

The very first visit can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know what to expect. You’ll be greeted by someone from the staff that will give you an opportunity to complete a series of forms. These forms are needed to get the doctor acquainted with your medical history, your current ailments, and any concerns you may be having. Once you consult with the doctor, a physical examination will follow which may require X-rays to pinpoint the problem. After diagnosing your symptoms, the doctor will recommend a regimen that should help alleviate your pain and help you get back to a normal state.

Meet With Our Local Chiropractor to Schedule an Appointment

There’s nothing like getting rid of aches and pains that inhibit your normal routine. Walking around in pain is not normal, and should be addressed as soon as possible. The staff at Tallgrass Chiropractic is ready and waiting to help improve your quality of life. There’s nothing better than being able to function at normal capacity, and that’s the way it should be. For more information on our services, and to schedule an appointment with your Overland Park, KS chiropractor, give us a call at (913) 648-8600 today!

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  • Dr.
    Victoria Rebman

    Dr. Victoria Rebman has been relieving people from pain with chiropractic care since her clinic, Tallgrass Chiropractic, opened in Overland Park, KS in September of 2000.  Dr. Rebman focuses on the natural way of healing and believes that the best medicine is the natural process of the body healing itself.   Dr. Rebman has a strong commitment to proactive and holistic health care.

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  • "Love this place...the people, the care and the wonderful way they make me feel when I am there:)"
    Cheryl M. Overland Park, KS

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