Seit 2015 - Amerikanische  Chiropraktik im Herzen von Köln!

American Chiropractic in Cologne

American chiropractic deals with the function of the spine, the small vertebral joints, nerve irritations as well as existing malpositions and often helps even when traditional therapies no longer work.

Today, incorrect strain on our body and the resulting complaints are often part of everyday life. Sitting in the office for too long, too little movement and stress can lead to shifts and malpositions in the musculoskeletal system.

Many people who become aware of American chiropractic already have a long history of suffering and have not achieved the desired improvement despite treatments and therapies.

Since August 1, 2015 we welcome you in our practice at Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 24 in Cologne. Find out more about chiropractic, other treatment therapies or simply give us a call - we look forward to seeing you!

Ilona Fandel-Misch, Managing Director

 Here is what our patients say:

Common troubles

Neck complaints
Mobile phone neck/text neck
Shoulder complaints
Acute back pain
Chronic back pain
Slipped disc
Pelvic misalignment
Apparently shorter leg

Joint troubles
Hip troubles
TMJ troubles
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Chronic tensions

From the journal

Thank you!

Five years ago - on 1 August 2015 - we opened our practice at Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 24. Since then, we have been able to help many people to lead a pain-free everyday life and improve their quality of life with the help of American chiropractic.

KWR24 in the news!

For the second time now, we presented a wonderful double page for the city magazine "ringe[er]leben" with the title "American Chiropractic - Where the pain lies, the cause does not always lie". The chiropractic method was presented very well and in detail. Thanks!

KWR24 News

In the meantime, we are also pleased to welcome more and more international patients.

By the way, we speak English, French and Italian!

Au fait, nous parlons anglais, francais et italien! 

A proposito, parliamo inglese, francese e italiano!