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Chiropractic excellence for 37 years

Dr. Laurie C. Burke

Dr. Laurie Burke first established her chiropractic practice in Ellisville in 1982 after graduating from Niagara University and Logan College of Chiropractic. She has continued to provide exceptional chiropractic services to the community for 37 years and counting. 

Her practice methods include gentle spinal adjustments using a wide variety of adjusting techniques, acupuncture, BEMER/PEMF therapy [pulsed electromagnetic frequencies], ultrasound muscle stimulation, intersegmental spinal traction, infrared therapy, nutrition and rehabilitation.

Thanks to Dr. Burke’s personal experience as an avid tennis player, she also understands the role of conservative care for athletes of all ages and abilities. Chiropractic care, along with some of the office modalities, can help improve physical fitness, endurance, strength, sleep and reduce pain and inflammation.

Dr. Burke believes each patient is unique and deserves an individual treatment approach. With her 37 years of clinical experience, there are not too many conditions Dr. Burke hasn’t already treated. Dr. Burke is a very compassionate chiropractic physician and certified acupuncturist, and has continued to attend extensive post-graduate training in chiropractic health care, advanced acupuncture, pediatrics, scoliosis management, nutrition, exercise and rehabilitation protocols and laboratory analysis. Dr. Burke treats personal injury cases and performs school and work physical examinations. Dr. Burke surrounds herself with a very experienced, warm and caring staff that really compliments her office setting. Patients of all ages are welcome and a wide variety of insurance plans are accepted. Cash plans are available for the uninsured. 

With office hours beginning at 5:45 a.m. Monday through Saturday, Dr. Burke makes finding chiropractic care a pain-free process. 

242 Clarkson Rd. • Ellisville

(636) 227-8191


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