Chiropractic physicians are licensed to provide non-surgical and drug-free treatment to correct conditions relating to the spine and extremities. A minimum of three years of pre-medical college studies is required for acceptance into chiropractic college. After an additional four years of study, including several hundred hours of clinical work, at an accredited chiropractic college, the Doctor of Chiropractic degree is earned. All chiropractic physicians are then required to pass four parts of the National Board Exam to be licensed to practice.
Dr. Laurel Hare DC
Dr. Laurel Hare, D.C. was introduced to the benefits of chiropractic care at a very young age; from treatments of her own gymnastic injuries in high school to accompanying grandparents to their regular appointments treating hip and back pain. Dr. Hare saw firsthand the dramatic benefits of spinal adjustment on an individual’s life and well being.
Dr. Laurel Hare is a licensed chiropractor who graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Overland Park, KS. Prior to completing her Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Hare received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Cleveland Chiropractic College, Associate of Science from Independence Community College, and her Diploma of Oriental Bodywork from Kansas College of Chinese Medicine in Wichita, KS. Dr. Hare is certified for Activator Method adjusting, has completed 200 clinical hours for certification in Acupuncture, and completed a certification program in Nutrition. Following graduation, Dr. Hare returned to her hometown of Neodesha, KS to open her own practice, Chiropractic Connection.
Dr. Hare is passionate about empowering others to be proactive about their health and is dedicated to sharing the benefits of chiropractic with everyone she meets. Dr. Hare plans to continue her education by participating in the DABCI Internist Program over the next 3 years to enhance the nutritional wellness and laboratory assessment aspects of her practice.