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1019 W. Galena Avenue

Freeport, IL 61032 US

815-232-2225

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Success Stories

We value our patients' experience at Chiro-Works. If you are currently a patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Readere to view.

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Paul Theisen



  • "The cupping is amazing and I slept like a baby! Absolutely no pain around the shoulder blade and I can't even remember the last time I had no pain in that area. I can seriously look over my right shoulder and I know it has been about 7 years since I've been able to. Pressing around that area, I can't feel any knots or sore spots at all. Praying this continues and thank you for the services you and your staff provides!"
  • "What I liked most about your office was the flexibility with appointment times. I have had increased range of motion and I also feel stronger and more relaxed. My muscular strength & neck/back aches have also improved."
    Ryan H.
  • "Since I have been coming, my back pain and stiffness have been better and walking is easier, and I feel I have more mobility. I'm also more relaxed and restful. Walking, bending, sitting, standing, and sleeping are much easier. My ability to sleep, back/neck aches, overall pain, and nerve function has improved. The staff was very concerned about my condition and were efficient and knowledge about my care."
    Joann K.
  • "The training, qualifications & competency of our staff has exceeds my expectations. The pain is less frequent and I like the best about the office is the friendliness."
    Charlene M.
  • "I have noticed better mobility/better movement all around. Everyone has been very kind, caring & patient. I liked most about the office was that it is organized, quiet, peaceful, and a very nice environment."
    Monica G.
  • "I am very satisfied with my care and how my lower back pain has improved and I have more movement."
    Shane G.
  • "I have noticed more comfort in my hands."
    Mellisa H.
  • "My mid back back has gotten better and turning and walking are much easier to do. I would say my symptoms have improved greatly. I have less pain and tinnitis."
    Kathryn S.
  • "My Menier's attacks and headaches are much less. The staff and office area is very pleasant."
    Denise S.
  • "I have improved headaches, back pain and more energy. I have been able to get off my medications. Walking, working, and standing are easier to do. I like how friendly everyone is and always explains things clearly so I can understand and not afraid to ask questions. I'm glad I came here; I was always afraid to come. Thanks for helping my dad too."
    Barb P.
  • "My right arm mobility and pain have improved. Lifting, sleeping, and moving my neck are easier."
    Cal W.
  • "My energy level has increased. I liked most about the office was the politeness and understanding of health advice. I have noticed improvement is almost all my activities."
    Nikki H.
  • "I have less headaches and my care is progressing much faster than I expected."
    Pat S.
  • "My lower back pain has improved and I would have to say we have come a long way with the lower back and leg pain."
    Dolores W.
  • "My back and neck are not as sores as they used to good and my care is going good so far."
    Jeff Z.
  • "I have had better sleeping, no more back pain, and improved digestive function."
    Melissa T.
  • "No pain in lower back since the first week. Very quick improvements. Going along great."
    Travis S.
  • "No pain in lower back since the first week. Very quick improvements. Going along great."
    Travis S.
  • "I have more flexabilty and little to no pain. I continue to improve and heal and most of my everyday activities have gotten easier to do."
    Mike H.
  • "My care is progressing much faster than I expected. I have more restful sleep, less body aches, and better ability to exercise. The staff is friendly, the appointments are punctual, and experienced doctors."
    Jeremy D.
  • "Every is concerned about me and howI am doing at every visit. I am able to get back to normal activities. I liked most about the office was promptness and very friendly."
    Norma F.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30am-11:30pm

2:00pm-7:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am-12:00pm

2:00pm-5:00pm

Wednesday:

7:30am-12:00pm

2:00pm-6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am-12:00pm

2:00pm-5:00pm

Friday:

7:30am-12:00pm

2:00pm-6:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am-11:00pm

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Since I have been coming, my back pain and stiffness have been better and walking is easier, and I feel I have more mobility. I'm also more relaxed and restful. Walking, bending, sitting, standing, and sleeping are much easier. My ability to sleep, back/neck aches, overall pain, and nerve function has improved. The staff was very concerned about my condition and were efficient and knowledge about my care."
    Joann K. Freeport, IL

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