Colorado Springs Chiropractor, Dr. Molly Kallenbach, has been licensed and practicing for 7 years, and she has owned Thrive - A Chiropractic Experience, P.C. for 3 years. 

Due to growth, hiring more doctors, and the introduction of new equipment (like spinal decompression), she has decided to launch another brand - like The Gap, who now owns Banana Republic.

It is the Back Pain Institute. 

We hope you enjoy what we have created, and we know you will enjoy meeting our new hires as they come on board in the next couple months. 

While Thrive will continue to offer more whole-body health care, and exciting opportunities like our 6 month raw foods retreat to Costa Rica, the Back Pain Institute will focus on back pain, neck pain, herniated discs, whiplash, car accident cases, and the like. 

Don't worry, you will receive the same high-quality, non-cookie cutter care that you have been receiving. 

Thank you for your support and loyalty as we continue to find new ways to serve you. 
Back Pain is a highly misunderstood issue for patients and doctors. 

Chiropractors are known for spinal adjustment of the spine, but the interesting thing is that back pain can often have nothing to do with the spine, and an adjustment is not the answer to the problem. 

The solution to back pain is definitely not a "one-size-fits-all" model. 

In fact, I've seen back pain in which nutrition was actually the issue. 

Did you know that your body can spasm due to a mineral deficiency? 

Did you know that organ pain can radiate from organs into the back? 

Just recently, I treated someone in which the solution to their back pain was an inexpensive bottle of magnesium. After I had them take magnesium, their back pain subsided within 24 hours.

Recently, I treated someone who's back pain is kidney pain, radiating into their back from the side-effects of prescription medication.

The point is, if you choose to come see this Colorado Springs Chiropractor about your back pain, I make a point to get to the source, the true cause. And though I adjust hundreds of people a month, that is not the extent of care at the Back Pain Institute - we go deeper.