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If You Move Better, You'll Feel Better!
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Welcome! Conveniently located on 86th Street between Hickman and Douglas in Urbandale, Mid Iowa Chiropractic offers the best chiropractic care in the area. We want to help you, just like we’ve helped so many others, improve your quality of life by decreasing pain and increasing function. Why wait? Let’s get started!
From back pain, neck pain, and sciatica to whiplash Dr. Greg Pray will use his clinical expertise, and knowledge of ‘best practices’ to get you back to your best effectively and efficiently.
What are the benefits of choosing Mid Iowa Chiropractic?
-There's no 'one size fits all' approach to back pain, headaches or sciatica. Dr. Greg Pray's expertise, technical ability, and relentless research into finding out what works best for various conditions takes the guesswork out of treatment. Dr. Pray will actively monitor your progress, make changes to your plan based on progress, and discuss why we are doing what we are doing so that you are in charge of your health. No long-term care "packages" here, and no scare tactics. Just honest, efficient, evidence-driven care.
"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine
Dr. Greg Pray
Urbandale Chiropractor | Mid Iowa Chiropractic | 515-344-1143
2765 86th St.
Urbandale, IA 50322
Johnston Clive West Des Moines Grimes Windsor Heights
Fast, friendly and effective! I was able to get in quickly and Greg diagnosed my situation and asked questions to better understand my back issues. Though it was nothing major that needed long term treatment, Greg set me up with a "repair plan" that got me in a few times as well as suggested some at home exercises assist with his treatment. Highly recommend!
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