Dr Rich King, DC

11946 W. 95th St.

Lenexa, KS 66215

913.599.KING (5464)

doc@drrichking.com 

 

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Services

Dr King uses both manual and activator adjustment techniques in his treatment plans.

Common Conditions Treated (to name only a few):

  • Neck and Back pain
  • Muscle and Joint pain
  • Low Back pain
  • Pregnancy adjustments
  • Postpartum adjustments
  • Recurrent ear infections in children
  • Colic
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia and CFS
  • Food allergies
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Candidiasis, Dysbiosis, and "Leaky Gut"
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
  • Asthma
  • Common Cold

Sports Physicals - $20 (same day appointments often available)

MASSAGE THERAPY by Caroline King, LMT 

  • 45 minute session to focus on specific issues or areas (perfect for high school and college athletes) - $45
  • 60 minute therapeutic massage session - $60
  • 90 minute therapeutic massage session - $90

Caroline specializes in Prenatal, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage,  and Swedish massage.

All sessions include doTerra Essential Oils. Visit www.mydoterra.com/carolineking3 to learn more!

Health Testing

IGG Food Allergy Testing

This is a blood test that identifies delayed allergies (sometimes called sensitivities). Unlike "regular" allergies, delayed allergies can take up to 3 days to produce symptoms. Therefore they can often be difficult to identify without testing. If you have had skin testing for allergies, you were not tested for delayed allergies. Delayed allergies can be identified by a blood test called an ELISA test. This type of allergy testing is essential for identifying "hidden" allergies that may go undetected by traditional allergy testing methods.

Nutritional Blood Analysis

At King Chiropractic, when analyzing our patients’ blood analysis results, we utilize a "wellness model." While most clinicians only mention the specific items that are outside of what is known as "clinical ranges," we assess your test results using an ideal or "functional" range.

Clinical Ranges vs. Functional Ranges

Clinical ranges are based largely on data from sick people and by the time some tests exceed the clinical range, the damage is already done to your body. The functional range is based on the ranges found in healthy people and is used to assess risk before disease develops, as well as to identify nutritional needs. Functional laboratory ranges have been developed over the years from several sources; with a majority of them have come from the American Association of Clinical Chemists, the authority on lab testing in the U.S. These functional ranges are derived from collecting data from healthier populations, as research shows that healthier populations produce much stricter ranges.

How do we correct functional problems?

Strategies such as lifestyle, diet, nutrition and other non-invasive therapies can be used to correct functional problems.

Supplements

We recommend Metagenics supplements to our patients. Click below to shop our Metagenics store.