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
An Often Overlooked Neurological Injury With Whiplash
Many think a whiplash is just a “simple” strain sprain injury and there should be full recovery in about 8 weeks. Yet evidence shows that up to 40% of persons sustaining neck trauma because of a motor vehicle crash will go on to have chronic persistent problems. (1,2) One often overlooked neurological injury related to whiplash, and is a significant predictor of long term pain and disability, is injury to sensorimotor control.Read More
Pain On The Inside Of The Knee: 4 Causes
Pain on the inside of the knee is one of the most common musculoskeletal pains reported. It is the cause of approximately 6 % of adults visits to their primary care doctors. For those involved in athletics, it is a larger concern.Read More
Whiplash Neck Injury Causes Vision Problems
It is estimated that 10-40% of people suffering whiplash will develop chronic symptoms.(1) For many, these symptoms include vision problems such as light sensitivity, blurred vision, and poor reading or concentration. While we might think these types of symptoms are common with a concussion, they are also common with neck injury.Read More