We are here for you as a resource for chiropractic care. Whether you come in to see us for a
consultation or you are ready to begin treatment, our goal is to provide you with information to
help you reach your goals for health.
Dr. Lee, originally from Colorado is grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of Montana using a traditional form
of chiropractic care developed by Dr. Clarence Gonstead. He utilizes comprehensive analysis and hands-on technique of
specific spinal adjusting to deliver improvement in spinal function and return his patients to optimal health.
Each treatment is delivered with a simple goal in mind - results! We don't believe in
gadgets or gimmicks, just great chiropractic care.
If you are looking for a chiropractor in the Missoula area feel free to call our office! We would
love to serve your needs or assist you in finding a chiropractor that is right for you. We accept
Medicare and Medicaid and are a preferred provider on most personal insurance plans. We
are also well experienced in workers compensation and personal injury work.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please call our office at 406-543-5251 and
we will be happy to accommodate you.
Many people are not aware of the level of education required to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. Doctors of Chiropractic undergo a demanding professional education in order to obtain the status of "primary care provider." Several years of prerequisite undergraduate education are required, and then they spend nearly as many classroom hours at an accredited chiropractic college as M.D.s do in medical school. Student doctors are thoroughly trained in the appropriate diagnosis of back pain and the usage of sophisticated analytical equipment, including X-ray. Before they can practice, all Doctors of Chiropractic must pass a series of 4 national boards, as well as a licensing exam for the state in which they choose to practice. From there, doctors must take annual continuing education courses.
Comparison of Hours of Basic Sciences Education in Medical and Chiropractic Schools
Comparisons of the Overall Curriculum Structure for Chiropractic and Medical Schools