GRACE BREWER, DC practices as a Chiropractor in OVERLAND PARK, KS.
Years In Practice
ServicesGRACE BREWER, DC practices at 7199 W 98TH TER SUITE 150, OVERLAND PARK, KS 66212. Chiropractors diagnose and treat common spinal misalignments that can occur from lifestyle or injuries causing pain, discomfort and degenerative conditions.
GRACE BREWER, DC may be able to treat; back pain, sciatica, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and auto accident injuries.
To learn more, or to make an appointment with GRACE BREWER, DC in OVERLAND PARK, KS, please call (913) 648-5700 for more information.
If your dog or cat has a problem, you definitely want this lady on your side. She is a no nonsense practitioner who really knows her field. I can't say enough about how much she helped my dog when no one else knew what to do.
I'm giving Dr. Brewer one star mostly because she knows her anatomy and her assistant was very considerate.
We took our dog to Dr. Brewer for chiropractic care because she works out of our veterinarians office on weekends. There was a lengthy questionnaire, which we filled out ahead of time. We also brought a copy of our dog's custom diet, done by a nutritionist. From the outset Dr. Brewer minced no words about how she didn't like our dog's diet even though it had vet approval and pushed us toward supplements she felt would correct the "problems" with his diet. We brought treats to the first session and were told not to use them, she didn't like our choice of treats (peanuts and dried cranberries) and told us not to praise him for withstanding an uncomfortable adjustment point. She also told us that he was "dominant". All of these things I thought I could mentally wad up and toss out of my brain as I walked out the door. I should have known better.
We took our dog to an adjustment last weekend where he yelped in pain and whipped his head around and was muzzled. The response was "attitude" and we were told to not talk to him or console him. I don't object to a muzzle on principal, no one needs to get hurt. Instead of backing off the sore points, she hit another one and he panicked, thrashing to get away. At that point he was tackled and put over a large block to keep his feet from touching the floor. I should have stopped the adjustment there. I left the room. My partner told me my dog whipped his head around again, clearly not happy with pain levels. She did not back off. It turned into a spitting contest between an adult woman and a 27 lb. dog. We will not be going back.
If you don't believe your dog is trying to "dominate" you, don't subscribe to her "recommendations" or have a dog with sensitivities, don't bother. She will not only ignore your dogs individual needs but berate you in the process. There are other animal chiropractors in Kansas City who don't believe chiropractic care is a contest to be won between your dog and the doc.
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