Helping the hurting and injured get their life back since 1984!

Affordable chiropractic care for those suffering from whiplash injury, neck injury, neck pain, back pain, headaches, sports injury, carpal tunnel, shoulder pain and car accident injury.

Dr. Martin Schmaltz

Dr. Schmaltz has over 30 years of continuing education in such areas as: the treatment of auto and sports injuries, rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, biomechanics of runners and x-ray diagnostics. He has advanced training in sports injury and fitness from Los Angeles Chiropractic College. Learn More

Looking For A Hazelwood Florissant Chiropractor?

Are you tired of being in pain? Is pain limiting your life?
Dr Martin Schmaltz is conveniently located in the Hazelwood, Florissant area of north St Louis county in the Hazelwood Office Complex. He offers quality and affordable chiropractic care for those suffering from:

If you are looking for a chiropractor in Hazelwood, Florissant, Spanish Lakes, Ferguson, Berkeley, Bridgeton or North County, you owe it to yourself to call Dr. Schmaltz at 314-731-4383.
All you have to lose is your pain!

From the Blog

  • The Dark Side of Soft Tissue Injuries and Chronic Pain: Pt 2

    Individuals that experience chronic whiplash pain typically suffer from other symptoms such as dizziness, unsteadiness, visual problems, abnormal head movement and eye coordination control issues. One common cause is injury to the sensorimotor control system, especially the small joints in the neck.

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  • The Dark Side of Soft Tissue Injury and Chronic Pain – Part 1

    How many times have you been told, “It’s just a soft tissue injury?” This is an uninformed tactic to diminish the seriousness of the whiplash type soft tissue injury. Unfortunately, many injury victims progress to a state of chronic pain. Various research articles have demonstrated that 40% to 89% of patients still experience chronic whiplash related neck pain.

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  • Why Is It Taking Longer For The Pain To Go Away This Time?

    Since graduating in 1984, one of the most common questions I hear from patients is: “Why is it taking longer this time to go away?” While understand the frustration in this question, the answer is not simple, truly it is as complicated as the individual’s life.

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