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Welcome to Adkins Chiropractic

When you need to see a chiropractor, the health professionals at Adkins Chiropractic are ready for you. We are located in South Anchorage, and we are dedicated to helping you reach your wellness objectives. When you are in pain, we work hard to decrease this pain. This is only one of our goals, though, as we aim to provide you with overall wellness tools that will bring you to a state of optimal health. We use a myriad of therapeutic interventions such as Exercise Science, Sports Medicine, Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Adjustments to help you achieve your wellness goals.

We offer a full range of services at Adkins Chiropractic that are tailored to meet the individual needs of every patient that walks in our door. We aim to treat the whole patient, and not simply the pain associated with a misalignment, stress, or a myriad of other problems. We focus on helping you gain control over your own health, to the best of your ability.

Services we Offer at Adkins Chiropractic

We utilize Soft Tissue Techniques, Ergonomics, Stress Management, Stretching, Exercise, Chiropractic Adjustments and Nutritional Counseling at Adkins Chiropractic to help you achieve wellness and stay there. When you have an active lifestyle and you don't want to be held back by pain, we are ready to help you get back to living your life as you are accustomed to.

Living a healthy life is a choice. You choose the foods you put in your body. You choose how you manage your stress, and you choose the types of exercise that you do on a daily basis. When you are living in pain, it's time to take a look at the bigger picture. When you want to make changes in your lifestyle but you aren't sure where to start, we are ready to develop a wellness plan with you at Adkins Chiropractic.

Chiropractic treatment involves treating the whole body, and not just the symptoms you are dealing with. When you are living in pain, it's hard to be motivated to deal with much, let alone change your lifestyle. What Dr. Adkins and the team at Adkins Chiropractic will teach you is that pain relief begins with you. You will be taught the tools you need to live a healthier life, and you will be encouraged through every step of your journey.

Contact Your South Anchorage Chiropractor

When you are tired of living in pain, it's time to contact Adkins Chiropractic. We are here for you. You will learn new stress management techniques, get pain relief through a variety of modalities, and you will begin to feel younger and vibrant once again. Call our Anchorage office at 907-333-3535 today and one of our friendly staff members will assist you.

It's Your Life... Live it in Health!


  • "The staff from the front desk all the way up to Dr Adkins is always positive as well as professional. I always leave the office feeling better physically as well as in good spirits. They all truly care about each patient's health and do their best to get the treatments you need on your schedule! I was a Chiropractic skeptic before coming here, and I was very honest about that with Dr Adkins. He and his staff have since convinced me that at least in their case, it really is about our health and longevity. Other Chiro's I've dealt with were about the long term paycheck, NOT here, at Adkins Chiropractic, the whole staff is really great. Like I said from everyone at the desk, to ART and Massage, all the way up to Dr Adkins, This practice is built on making people feel better. (Bonus, they have been a dream to work with on Work Comp cases too, not just personal conditions)!"

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