Rock Solid Chiropractic - Colorado Springs, CO

   Office Hours

Mon     Closed
Tue      8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Wed     8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Thu      8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Fri        8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sat      Closed
Sun     Closed

We are closed: New Years, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas


3510 Galley Road #102
Colorado Springs, CO  80909

Phone: 719.559.3922

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Meet Our Colorado Springs Chiropractor

Dr. Cole Anusbigian

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Who Should See a Chiropractor?

Have you been suffering pain that has caused you to stop doing the things you enjoy doing and even the simple things like walking, climbing stairs, and bending over?  Our Colorado Springs chiropractors are here to help.  We provide chiropractic care to patients of all ages from newborns to teens to senior citizens. Teens and adults of all ages come for chiropractic adjustments to treat a long list of ailments including:

  • headaches,
  • migraines,
  • neck pain,
  • middle back and low back pain,
  • sciatica,
  • hip pain,
  • joint pain,
  • carpal tunnel syndrome,
  • degenerative disc disease,
  • osteo arthritis,
  • pregnancy pains,
  • vertigo and
  • whiplash, to name just a few.

If you’d like to get back to the active lifestyle you once had and stop living in pain, schedule an appointment today.  Call us at 719.799.6565.

Does Chiropractic Work?

According to the 2015 Gallup-Palmer Inaugural Report: Americans’ Perceptions of Chiropractic, approximately 34 million adults are treated by chiropractors in the US each year.  If you are considering seeing a chiropractor but you are not sure chiropractic treatment is effective, consider this:

In a study done in 2015, 94% of patients that had chiropractic adjustments saw pain reduction of 30% or more.  Of those who went to a medical doctor, only 69% of patients had pain relief of 30% or more.1

In another study, 42.7% of workers who had a back injury, who saw a surgeon first, ended up having surgery for their back injuries.  Of those who saw a chiropractor first, only 1.5% had surgery.2

And last, in 2017, the American College of Physicians released an update to its low back pain treatment guideline that recommends first using non-drug treatments, such as spinal manipulation (a centerpiece of chiropractic care), for acute and chronic low back pain.