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Professional Chiropractic Clinic in Omaha, NE

Welcome to West Omaha Chiropractic and Sports Injury Clinic. Our Chiropractors Dr. Trevor Wagner, Dr. Julie Owen-Wagner and Dr. Ron Evans have been delivering quality chiropractic care to the Omaha community since 1996. Over those 20 years, we have helped many patients achieve a greater level of health and wellness.

When people come to our office, their goals vary. Some patients are interested in pain relief, some in improved performance, while others want to attain a greater level of health and wellness. Whatever your goals, we will work with you to:

  • Determine the true cause of your health problem
  • Recommend a suitable treatment plan
  • Involve you in your own recovery
  • Teach you how to maintain your health/function after you've reached your particular goal(s)

It's always your choice!

Whatever your health goals, we will work with you to achieve them as quickly as possible. It's your choice! It's your body, your health and your future. Our job is to offer you the finest care possible, and it's up to you to decide how much of it you want.

West Omaha Chiropractic November Special

Yours in health,

Dr. Trevor Wagner, D.C.
Dr. Julie Owen-Wagner, D.C.
Dr. Ron Evans, D.C.
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