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  • Dr.
    Thad Dall

    Dr. Thad Dall

    Chiropractic Natural Health Care
    1130 Westport Drive Suite 5, Manhattan, KS 66502
    785.539.9113

    Dr. Thad Dall was born and raised in Manhattan, Kansas, and was a graduate of Manhattan High School in 1992. Dr. Dall then attended Kansas State University for one year before transferring to Donnelly College and earning his Bachelors of Science degree. Upon receiving this degree he then attended Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri, and received his Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2001.

    Dr. Thad has been trained and certified in a number of techniques ranging from Applied Kinesiology, Neuroemotional Technique (NET), Total Body Modification (TBM), and Nutritional Therapy. Dr. Thad's approach combines these techniques in conjunction with chiropractic wellness care to treat the whole body.

    After returning to Manhattan and joining his fathers practice, Dr. Thad met and married his wife Gretchen, and has been blessed with a son, Brennan and their daughter, Tatum. Dr. Thad and his family enjoy anything to do with the outdoors, from hiking, mountain biking, camping or even an evening stroll through town. Dr. Thad enjoys fishing and is an avid golfer.

  • Dr.
    Dale Starnes

    Dr. Dane Starnes is a native of Riley, Kansas and was a graduate of Riley County High School in 2007. He then played 3 semesters of college football for Butler County Community College and was fortunate enough to be part of a national championship team. He then went on to Kansas State University and graduated December 2011 with a Bachelors Degree in Arts & Sciences with an emphasis in Kinesiology.

    Dr. Starnes attended Chiropractic school at Parker University in Dallas, TX and graduated in April of 2015. Throughout his time at Parker, Dr. Starnes was trained and certified in multiple techniques including Applied Kinesiology (AK), Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) and Mastering Brain Chemistry. Dr. Starnes utilizes these techniques in conjunction with chiropractic care to treat the entire body.

    Dr. Starnes did an 8-week internship at the Dallas VA Hospital during his last clinical rotation at Parker. He enjoyed the opportunity to help the veterans who serve our country and protect our freedom.

    He returns to Manhattan to join his mentor, Dr. Thad. Dr Starnes enjoys anything that involves the outdoors, sports and spending quality time with his family and friends. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "IDr. Thad and Dr. Mark are the most caring Dr.'s I have ever been treated by. They have completely eliminated all of my problems including, phobias, emotional distress, knee problems, and constant shoulder pain. They use a variety of techniques to help the whole body including an emotional technique that can remove emotionally related pain! I love the energy in this clinic."
    Kendall J. Manhattan, KS

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