Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally

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  • Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
    Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
  • Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
    Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
  • Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
    Chiropractic, physiotherapy services available locally
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Seeing a need for chiropractic and filling it in the southeast Kansas area was a driving purpose for opening Riggs Chiropractic in Riverton.

Riggs Chiropractic opened their office June 3, 2019, and shortly after their opening day joined the Baxter Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. Kayla Riggs says she enjoys being involved in the Baxter Springs Chamber of Commerce because they love being active in the community.

Riggs Chiropractic has an initiative called the give back movement where the new patient fees are donated back to the community.

“While we aren’t that far south, there is still southern hospitality,” Riggs said, “We are a family and care for each other.”

Riggs Chiropractic offers family focused care to everyone in the community. She has a patient that has a goal to be the oldest golfer on the golf course, so he comes to Riggs for care so he can do that.

There are a variety of services available at Riggs Chiropractic from chiropractic, physiotherapy and acupuncture. All to help provide the best service to their customers and serve the community well.

Riggs said they see a lot of patients who have undergone spin surgery who thought they could get care anymore because of their procedures. While the care looks different for these patients they can still received the treatment they need.

Physiotherapy is often used to assist these individuals because chiropractic services are no longer an option for them.

“Its hard to see this as a business and not a purpose.”

One trait that makes the business unique is that there’s never a day Riggs doesn’t want to come to work. “I get to help people feel better, so it’s hard to see it as a business and not a purpose,” concluded Riggs.