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:
- Whiplash Neck Injury
- Auto Accident
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain
- Leg Pain/Numbness
- Arm Pain/Numbness
- Low Back Pain
- Ankle & Foot Pain
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
Permanent Neck Weakness From Whiplash Injury
Research demonstrates that you can have permanent neck weakness from a whiplash auto injury. The strength and stability of our neck is due to small bands of tissues called ligaments, which hold the bones of our neck tightly together. These ligaments contain many small nerve fibers that continually send signals to our brain, relaying the bones position and movement.Read More
Loss of neck curve and disc herniations
The normal neck curve of the spine is a backwards C-shape called cervical lordosis. This neck curve is the first curve to develop in our spines as babies begin to hold their heads up. As it develops, it increases weight on the individual discs and can be a major site of disc herniation.Read More
Knee Pain Relief With Chiropractic
As we grow older, our knees can start to show signs of wear and tear. Research has shown that there is an increasing number of middle – age people seeking knee-replacement surgery. While surgical techniques have improved, it is still a costly and invasive surgery. Fortunately, there is evidence that early conservative treatment can help patients avoid or delay the risks of joint replacement.Read More