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To better serve you,

we have relocated to

a beautiful new location!

4525 Intelco Loop SE
Lacey, WA 98503


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At Sweet Chiropractic, Your Health is Our Priority


After graduating from the University of Western States in 1997, Dr. Sweet has been helping people to get and stay well! Focusing on work and auto accidents, headaches, migraines, neck pain, back pain, low back pain, sciatica (sciatic pain) and numbness and tingling into the arms and legs, he concentrates on running a low-pressure practice in which patients look forward to their next adjustment.


Sweet Chiropractic also has massage therapists available 6 days a week to serve the needs of those who need massage therapy, and accepts most insurance plans including Kaiser HMO & PPO.


Numerous studies show chiropractic care to be superior to other methods of treatment for both its effectiveness and lower costs. In fact, the Journal of the American Medical Association now recommends chiropractic as the first means of care for back and neck pain.


While Dr. Sweet practices mostly a “manual diversified” technique, he is also familiar with other low force methods including Activator, Drop Table and parts of the Palmer and Gonstead Methods.

Chiropractic Works!

“Chiropractic is the largest, most regulated, and best recognized of the complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) professions. CAM patient surveys show that chiropractors are used more often than any other alternative provider group and patient satisfaction with chiropractic care is very high. There is steadily increasing patient use of chiropractic in the United States, which has tripled in the past two decades.”


– Meeker, Haldeman (2002), Annals of Internal Medicine

Chiropractic adjustments lead to wellness

"Reduced odds of surgery were observed for...those whose first provider was a chiropractor. 42.7% of workers [with back injuries] who first saw a surgeon had surgery, in contrast to only 1.5% of those who saw a chiropractor."


– Keeney et al (2012), Spine

What to expect with chiropractic
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