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1006 Central Parkway S.

San Antonio, TX 78232 US

210-490-9169

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Welcome to San Pedro N. Chiropractic Center 

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San Pedro N. Chiropractic Center, serving San Antonio, Alamo Heights, Stone Oak and other north central San Antonio neighborhoods, is a full service, Christian Chiropractic office.  Located on Hwy. 281 N., at Bitters Rd..  We utilize a holistic approach to evaluate and treat your condition. Our San Antonio chiropractors treat the entire person:

  • Structurally, withthe best treatment for low back and neck pain, the chiropractic adjustment. We also use all the standard physical modalities, including cold laser, to comfortably speed your recovery;
  • Chemically with, for example, nutritional workups, food allergy testing, gluten sensitivity testing, etc., all based on your personal blood workup;
  • Electrically, we use acupuncture, including needle-less acupuncture and meridian therapy;
  • Spiritually/emotionally, we are happy to pray for you, at any time.

Couple.jpgOur San Antonio Doctors of ChiropracticDr. Doreen Lewis and Dr. Mary Brown, treat many different types of conditions, including of course, low back pain, neck pain and headaches, but also other musculoskeletal aches and pains, including those which may arise from motor vehicle or other accidents, to more complex problems, with associated or underlying conditions.

In addition to offering San Antonio chiropractic services, Dr. Lewis is one of the foremost, credentialed nutritionists in San Antonio and indeed, across Texas. She is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), with diplomate specialties in Nutrition (ACBN) and Internal Diagnosis (DABCI).

You don't have to live with pain!  For gentle treatment, powerful results and the expertise and experience you need...  In San Antonio, call the experienced doctors at San Pedro N. Chiropractic Center, 210-490-9169.  We can help!

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine. But will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."

- Thomas Edison

Dr. Doreen Lewis-Overton
San Antonio Chiropractor | San Pedro N. Chiropractic Center | 210-490-9169

1006 Central Parkway S.
San Antonio, TX 78232


First in San Antonio to have Blood Detective


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Blood DetectiveTM software was designed to interpret massive amounts of data, and then provide a comprehensive medical and nutritional interpretation of what it means. This allows us to quickly, accurately and expertly provide our patients with personalized dietary and nutritional supplement advice. From this we can provide our patients with plans of healing and living that are doable, and that work. Plans that do more than cure, they prevent.

For more information on Dr. Wald and Blood DetectiveTM, visit www.blooddetective.com.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

San Pedro N. Chiropractic Center

Monday:

8:00-12:00

2:00-6:00

Tuesday:

Closed

11:00-7:00

Wednesday:

8:00-12:00

2:00-6:00

Thursday:

10:30-12:00

Closed

Friday:

8:00-12:00

2:00-6:00

Saturday:

9:00-12:00

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "I have just recently moved to San Antonio and was in need of a Chiropractor. When I found Dr. Lewis, I found more than that. First, after many years of going to some very good chiropractors, I found the best one I have ever gone to regardless of location and I have lived in many states and cities; second, I have found someone that looks farther than just an adjustment and is concerned about my holistic wellness. Very few health care professionals provide the level of care that I receive when I see Dr. Lewis. She is helpful, caring, compassionate while being I true professional. I couldn't have be more blessed"
    Kimberly C. / San Antonio, TX

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