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Overland Park Chiropractors Warmly Welcome You!

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At our family-friendly office, Overland Park chiropractors Dr. Jeff Psota, Dr. Dale Hadlock and Dr. Dallis Rogers are ready to take excellent care of you and your loved ones. Body Basics Chiropractic is a health center that offers you a collaborative approach, with our practitioners using their many skills and techniques to benefit you.

Whether you’re in pain or want to enjoy optimal health, our knowledgeable, pleasant team is ready to help you achieve your goals. Even if you’ve had health challenges for years, we’re here for you. We often see a remarkable difference within just a visit or two!

Protect Yourself From Life’s Stresses

Our bodies are exposed to stress all day long. When this stress builds up, it can cause dysfunction in the body. To prevent your health from breaking down, our chiropractors can keep you moving so that you can enjoy the lifestyle you want.

We want to help as many people in our community as we can, making sure they have the information needed to maintain their well-being.

Sharing Our Passion for Healthier Living

We love what we do, and consider it a privilege to serve Overland Park. Many of our patients will realize that though they initially sought our help for headaches or neck pain, their acid reflux or ankle issues are improving. We change your health potential by making sure your body has proper nerve flow and alignment, which can affect numerous health-related issues. You can get back to doing what you love, be it playing with your kids, participating in sports or waking up without discomfort.

It’s simple: come in with pain and live healthy for a lifetime. Our Chiropractors Overland Park are here for you. Contact us today to get started!

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.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

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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