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Welcome to Comprehensive Chiropractic – A Different Kind of Chiropractic Clinic

At Comprehensive Chiropractic & Sports Performance, you’re more than just a patient with back, or Neck pain – you are our friend, family, and neighbor! A friend in pain.  A neighbor that needs our help! Maybe you’ve tried chiropractic or physical therapy. Neither worked? Call us! Let us show you a real difference! LEARN MORE >>

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Chiropractic & Sports Perfomance

At Comprehensive Chiropractic we are a Sports Performance based facility specializing in giving  Athletes what they need. Fixing the problem and getting YOU back in the game! This means you will get more of what you need as an athlete! LEARN MORE >>

  • Welcome

    Looking for a Chiropractor or Sports Performance Team in St. Louis? Then look no further. At Comprehensive Chiropractic, we believe that everyone can benefit from a great chiropractic and sports performance team healthcare.

    Chiropractic treatment is only the beginning.

    Our job is to locate and correct the cause of numerous health complaints such as neck pain, low back, hip pain, leg & arm pain, headaches, scoliosis, numbness, carpal tunnel, and stress to name a few.

    Are you tired of just your symptoms getting treated? Are you looking for a correction once and for all? Then you have finally found the right place! Please give us a call or feel free to explore our site to learn more about our services. We want you to feel comfortable knowing that from your first visit, you will be treated with the care and compassion you would expect from a professional Chiropractor.

    Dr. Patrick Feder, Dr. Nichole Fink, and Dr. Cindy Davis encourage their patients to take an active role in their care. It is their objective that you understand your condition, the treatments being performed, and feel comfortable asking any questions you may have. The doctors of Comprehensive Chiropractic and Sports Performance are committed to providing the most comprehensive and beneficial care for patients

    Are you ready to take your first step toward total-body health and wellness? Call us today. Your health is our mission!

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    Comprehensive Chiropractic offers everything you need to get healthy and stay healthy = we are more than a chiropractic clinic; we are a Complete Chiropractic and Sports Performance Center.

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    The chiropractors of Comprehensive Chiropractic provide the highest quality chiropractic care to St. Louis and surrounding areas.

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  • Services

    Chiropractic
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    Chiropractic comes from a Greek phrase that means “done by hand.”  Therefore, chiropractic care is simply treatment that is manually performed by hand

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    Scoliosis Specialists LLC - Eureka, Missouri
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    WHAT IS ADOLESCENT IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS?

    Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is a lateral (side) curvature of the spine.  The spine may curve to the left or right. Sometimes AIS may start at puberty or during an adolescent growth spurt.  Idiopathic means the abnormal curve develops for unknown reasons. There is most likely a genetic pre-disposition for some adolescents to develop AIS. Three to five percent of adolescents will be found to have some form of scoliosis. Most of these children will be girls, in which curves may be more progressive.

    Symptoms
    Symptoms of scoliosis include back pain, leg length discrepancy, an abnormal gait, and uneven hips. Patients with AIS may have one shoulder higher than the other, a “prominent” shoulder blade and rib cage when bending forward, and visible curving of the spine to one side. Often the first indication of AIS is when an adolescent or parent notices that clothes no longer fit correctly (for example, the legs of pants may seem uneven).

    It is important to seek treatment for AIS because progressive scoliosis, left untreated, can result in significant deformity. The deformity can cause marked psychological distress and physical disability, especially among adolescent patients. Additionally, the deformity can have serious physical consequences.  As the vertebrae (spinal bones) rotate, the rib cage is affected, which in turn can cause heart and lung compromise (i.e. shortness of breath). When progressive scoliosis affects the lumbar spine the pain can be debilitating.

    Dr. Feder has been specially trained in the SpineCor© Bracing program.

    This is a unique brace used on children ages 5 to 16, which achieves results through the interaction of the brace with the patient’s Corrective Movement. Traditional rigid braces are non-dynamic and promote muscle atrophy.  The brace is most effective when used before the 1st growth spurt.  The most common age group is adolescents ages 12-16.

    SpineCor© is the only brace that preserves the normal body movement and growth while allowing normal daily activities. Patients are encouraged to be physically active while wearing the brace.

    The brace is comfortable and may be worn under clothing. This is especially appealing to younger patients, to whom aesthetics are extremely important. This can lead to greater patient compliance, which in turn leads to improvements in health.

    On your first visit to our office 3 types of exams will be performed. It is necessary for the patient to wear form fitting clothing. Girls should wear tighter shorts and a jog bra and boys should wear shorts like bicycle shorts. Loose clothing will hinder our postural and clinical exams.

    I. Clinical exam: This is where we will assess the contours of the spine using a scoliometer, which is a device to determine the inclination at certain segments of the spine.

    II. Postural exam: During this exam we will assess the shifts, rotations and contours of the patients posture using a visual inspection and a laser inspection. Certain types of scoliosis create certain postural deformities, which assist in the classification of the scoliosis.

    III. X-ray exam: We will take x-rays during this exam. They are a back to front standing X-rays of the full spine, a standing side view of the entire spine and a laying front to back view of the full spine. These three views combined allow us to get a very good idea of the classification of scoliosis. The back to front standing view allows us to measure the curves using the Cobb analysis. The side view allows us to see if the normal curves are too flat or too curved or just right. Finally, the laying view allows us to determine the flexibility of the curve, which helps in determining the prognosis for correction or stabilization.

    Once all of these exams are completed, we will enter all the data into our Scoliosis Software, which helps us classify the scoliosis and the chances of reducing the curves. Once we complete the exams we should know if the patient is a good candidate for the SpineCor©  brace or not. If a patient is a good candidate then we will schedule a date the following week to return to fit the brace. If a patient is not a good candidate then they will be referred to the proper provider for further consultation.

    Call 636-938-9310 today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Feder.  You owe it to yourself to explore your options with this great alternative.

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    Nutrition
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    Good health begins with good nutrition. Getting the right mix of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other nutrients will help your body function properly – giving you more energy, better health, and a lower risk of illness

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    Pilates - Yoga - Massage
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    The Studio offers Pilates Classes, Yoga Classes, Massage Therapy, and Total Fitness Conditioning in a calm, welcoming environment.

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  • Testimonials

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