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Welcome to Get Well Family Chiropractic

Located in the heart of Florissant, the leading health professionals at Get Well Family Chiropractic are dedicated to helping you experience better health through better living.

Combining: Skill & Expertise | Latest Technology | Revolutionary Concepts

Get Well Family Chiropractic is committed to providing you affordable, advanced wellness care strategies that get results.

Dr. Robyn Lawrence offers an honest, no-nonsense approach to helping you achieve your health goals.

Dr. Robyn Lawrence
Florissant Chiropractor| Get Well Family Chiropractic | 314-524-2580


Review From our Satisfied Patient

  • "I have been to 4 other chiropractors before coming to Dr. Robyn. the other chiropractors were good, but I like the way Dr. Robyn adjusts me. Another procedure Dr. Robyn does is a periodic re-check which I have never had done with the other chiropractors. This is very good because it rates or scores your progress. It gives Dr. Robyn an idea on how to continue your care. Every time I come into see Dr. Robyn I get a tune-up, just like your car. When I leave I feel much better. In addition I like Dr. Robyn's personality! So, all you people with back, neck, hip, leg, shoulder, allergies, stomach problems come in and see Dr. robyn...youwill be glad you did?"
    Pete K / St. Louis, MO

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