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Welcome to Ollis Chiropractic

At Ollis Chiropractic, Dr. Jason Ollis offers family chiropractic care to patients with a wide variety of needs.  Our chiropractic clinic welcomes patients of all ages, from pediatric care to care for the elderly. Dr. Ollis uses advanced chiropractic techniques for adjustment and care that is comfortable and gentle.  In addition to chiropractic care, our clinic offers nutritional counseling, muscle specific stretching, as well as massage & therapy.

Our chiropractic services are based on Dr. Ollis’ years of experience, education, and training.  We are proud to offer safe, effective spinal adjustments to treat back pain, headaches, and pain from an auto accident injury. A spinal adjustment can also family chiropractic carealleviate pain and symptoms of conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and fibromyalgia.

Our family chiropractic clinic offers pediatric care for children of all ages. Chiropractic care including gentle spinal adjustments is an effective treatment option for conditions such as ADHD. Family chiropractic care at our clinic also helps children with common childhood ailments such as ear infections or bedwetting. A spinal adjustment resets the nerves that control the bladder, allowing a child better control of their bladder. Chiropractic care for ear infections may eliminate the need for antibiotics.

Dr. Ollis also offers wellness and nutritional counseling so that patients can live full and healthy lives. Eating the right foods and getting enough vitamins are essentials for healing and continued health. Dr. Ollis performs muscle testing on patients to determine which vitamins and minerals are lacking in their diets. Nutritional testing at our clinic improves the overall function of the body, leading to a reduction in pain, a boost in the function of the digestive and immune systems, and an improvement in wellness. Along with muscle testing, Dr. Ollis will prescribe a regimen of vitamins and minerals to patients to improve their overall nutrition.

physiotherapy

Muscle specific stretching, massage & therapy are offered to patients suffering from auto accident injury, sports injury or who have difficulty moving due to age or another illness. Muscle specific therapy at our clinic includes teaching patients stretching exercises that they can perform at home to go along with other chiropractic care and treatment. Therapy may also include massage therapy to help the soft tissues heal after an injury. Other muscle specific therapy options include using heat and cold treatments to reduce swelling or to help the muscles relax and gain a better range of motion.

Whether you need treatment for an injury or chronic condition or simply want to live a healthier life, call Ollis Chiropractic today.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Clarksville, Indiana

Dr. Jason E. Ollis
10000 Brownsboro Road Ste 3
Louisville, KY 40241
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Phone: 502-412-8580
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Clarksville, Indiana


Dr. Philip E. Ollis
1455 Cedar St. Ste A,
Clarksville, IN 47129
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Phone: 812-284-2225

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  • "I was very impressed with the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Anderson. I had received chiropractic in the past for my neck pain, but not to this level of care. After only a few sessions, my symptoms began to disappear, especially my neck pain, and I know I would not have been able to perform to my everyday work functions without the treatment I received."
    Neck Pain
  • "I have benefitted tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Anderson. Not only has the adjustments helped alleviate my stiffness and aches, but it has helped me have more energy and just feel more balanced over all. A few months ago, I was able to resume a favorite hobby of mine: golf. Due to my previous pain, I never thought that’d be possible."
    Back Pain

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