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Welcome To The Janssen Clinic

Your Chiropractor and Clinical Nutritionist in Lawrence.
Call us today at 785-830-0044!

Lawrence chiropractor and clinical nutritionist Tate Janssen, DC at The Janssen Clinic is the only chiropractor in the Lawrencearea specializing in chiropractic care and clinical nutrition. 

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Welcome!  We are glad you found us.  Now we can work together to take care of your health.

The Janssen Clinic opened in 1998, in Lawrence, Kansas, under the care of Dr. Tate Janssen, a third generation chiropractor. Dr. Janssen is a certified Applied Kinesiologist, chiropractor, and advanced functional nutritionist. He has been trained by elite doctors in the field of physical medicine and is committed to finding and correcting the cause of your symptoms. Dr. Janssen combines state of the art technology and techniques with unsurpassed compassion to provide the finest quality of care that you have yet to experience. Dr. Janssen’s expertise and knowledge in natural medicine has helped a wide range of people. He has helped college athletes recover from injuries and enhance their performance, pregnant women before and after giving birth, colicky babies, teenagers who lack focus, bedwetting children, golfers, swimmers, autoimmune sufferers and more people just like you.

At our Lawrence chiropractic and functional nutrition clinic, Dr. Tate Janssen and the staff at The Janssen Clinic are committed to providing the best care and have a genuine concern for your well-being and health! Call us today and we can develop a chiropractic and/or nutrition plan specific for you.

If you have not been to a chiropractor or nutritionist before and want to find out more, please email us or call 785-830-0044 to receive the answers to your questions from our experienced team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

Dr. Tate Janssen

Lawrence Chiropractor and Clinical Nutrition | The Janssen Clinic | 785-830-0044

900 Indiana Street
Lawrence, KS 66044


Reviews By Our Patients

  • "I have trusted Dr. Janssen for over 15 years with a wide range of issues, and he has always come through with better results than I could ask for. From asthma, to skin rashes, upper respiratory infections, ankle sprains, and even an ACL tear, his use of natural medicine such as light therapy, muscle testing, physical adjustments, supplements, and more has helped me live in an optimal healthy state."
  • "Hi Dr. Janssen! I wanted to say THANK YOU!!! My son has been sleeping like a normal baby ever since you adjusted him last week, and I cannot thank you enough. I feel human again!!! That first day after you adjusted him he wanted to sleep ALL day! He was so exhausted and I could tell he could finally relax! Thanks so much for all you have done for my family! We are so much happier and healthier!"
    M.M. / Lawrence, KS

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