What We Treat

Low Back Pain Treatment in St. Louis

Low Back Pain

Low back pain can be extremely debilitating and can interfere with every aspect of life. There are several causes, making a correct diagnosis extremely important.

Neck Pain Treatment in St. Louis

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be caused by strained muscles, inflamed discs, pinched nerves or irritated joints. It is often complicated by incorrect posture, lack of stability or muscle imbalances.

Pinched Nerve Treatment in St. Louis

Pinched Nerve

Pinched nerves are painful, sciatica being the most common. Decompression, traction and nerve mobilizations are pain-relief therapies that help with pinched nerves.

Headache Treatment in St. Louis


Many common types of headaches are associated with muscle tension and/or joint restrictions. Common headaches treated are tension headaches, cervicogenic headaches and migraines.

Our Therapies

Chiropractic Adjustment

Used to release joint restrictions which allow for better and more pain free movements. This therapy helps relieve deep levels of tension.

Myofascial Release

Types of massage that alleviate muscle tension and pain. Trigger point therapy and active release technique are common.

Stretching/ Mobilization

This therapy can improve flexibility, allow for better posture and to provide more balance and symmetry to the body as a whole.

Spinal Decompression

Gently creates more space within the spine and takes pressure off pinched nerves. Often the treatment of choice for nerve pain such as sciatica.

Acupuncture Therapy

Recently being recognized in the U.S. as an effective way to manage pain. Learn what modern medicine is learning about this ancient art.

Functional Rehabilitation

An individualized approach to rehab. We find ideal stretches and exercises determined by specific imbalances.

About Dr. O'Guin

Dr. O’Guin has been a St. Louis chiropractor since 2008. He has always been fascinated with anatomy, physiology and natural methods of health and healing. His special interest in working with the spine came about while managing some of his own back and neck injuries resulting from his service in the Marine Corps, contact sports and physically demanding jobs in his youth.

Through his experiences, he started to realize why the term ‘backbone’ is used to describe the integrity of a structure or system. It is because the spine and pelvis are the foundational support for the entire body. When the spine is kept healthy, the body as a whole has more health and vitality.

Latest Videos

Self-management is one of the most important components for overcoming back pain. This is especially the case for chronic or recurring low back pain and neck pain. Self-managing back pain includes stretching, exercising, keeping good posture, moving correctly, controlling stress and maintaining a healthy diet.

What Our Customers Say

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Manchester, MO

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Ballwin, MO

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Cedar Hill, MO