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Welcome to Body Basics Chiropractic in Overland Park, KS

Our three-person chiropractic care team at Body Basics Chiropractic in Overland Park, KS would thoroughly enjoy sharing with you the many benefits chiropractic care has to offer. Along with being an all-natural, drug-free, and nonsurgical means of treating a variety of painful conditions, chiropractic care can also help you achieve your health goals and to live for many years, comfortable and pain-free.

Welcome fromOur Overland Park Chiropractic Team

Holistic Chiropractic Care for Pain and Other Chronic Conditions

For years people have known that chiropractic care is an effective form of treatment for back and neck pain. This holistic type of care, however, has proven to be effective for a wide range of conditions for almost every part of the body, including the shoulders, legs, feet, and joints. Some of the specific conditions our chiropractors in Overland Park treat include chronic headaches, migraines, and disc disorders, along with certain types of injuries, such as auto accident injuries, sports injuries, and workplace injuries.

Some of the services we offer at Body Basics Chiropractic include:

  • Chiropractic care including traditional adjustment methods as well as the Graston Technique and the Active Release Technique
  • Massage therapy that offers pain relief, reduces stress, heals injured soft tissue, and stops muscle spasms
  • Corrective exercises that help to improve strength, balance, and flexibility
  • Spinal and postural screenings that offer a way to catch alignment issues early so they don't become big problems later on

Our chiropractic team also offers nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice that can help you achieve all your health goals and replace unhealthy choices with healthy ones.

Meet Our Overland Park Chiropractic Team

Our chiropractic team not only provides holistic chiropractic care for our patients, but they also reap the benefits of receiving chiropractic care themselves.

Dr. Jeff Psota received chiropractic treatment for injuries sustained while playing football, and also injuries from an auto accident. Dr. Dale Hadlock found that chiropractic care helps to relieve pain in between tennis matches, as well as improve his tennis game. Dr. Dallis Rogers was so impressed with the chiropractic care he received that he decided to become a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine so that he could provide the same experience for others.

All three chiropractors see patients as a whole person and focus on preventive care in order to help them stave off sickness and disease.

Contact Us

If you are seeking chiropractic care in Overland Park, KS please don't hesitate to contact us at (913) 685-0023. If you need treatment for chronic pain, auto accident injuries, sports injuries, disc disorders, or chronic headaches, or you simply need help meeting your health goals, our chiropractors at Body Basics Chiropractic will be able to help.

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Jeff Psota
    Dr. Jeff first attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to complete his undergraduate education. Then, he moved on to Cleveland Chiropractic College. The neurology and rehabilitation instructors taught the newest methods including Graston and Active Release Techniques®, complementing Dr. Jeff’s interest in sports therapy. Since then, Dr. Jeff has taken additional classes on Active Release Techniques® and Graston as well as on motion palpation and auto injury recovery. He has a particular focus on rehabilitation, soft tissue work, exercises and stretching along with his chiropractic treatments.
  • Dr.
    Dale Hadlock
    He attended Kansas State University, followed by enrolling at Cleveland Chiropractic College. He entered practice with one of his instructors from school after graduation, learning from an experienced practitioner. He’s also certified in acupuncture.
  • Dr.
    Dallis Rogers
    What Dr. Dallis finds most appealing about chiropractic is treating people without the use of drugs or surgery. He particularly likes helping auto accident victims and those with chronic conditions such as neck pain and headaches. In 2017, he was voted a top chiropractic in Kansas City!


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8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-1:00 pm




Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dale is the best Chiropractor! My family has been going to him for 3 years now. I’ve referred several friends and will continue to refer others."
    Donna M.
  • "Dr. Rogers is excellent! He takes the time to listen and address all your issues and concerns. I know I’m in good hands here."
    Gena C.
  • "I send my heartfelt thanks for your kindness and good humor with each and every appointment."
    Jeannie A.

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