The Health Center
A community partner providing affordable chiropractic and wellness care
The Health Center at Cleveland Chiropractic College, located on campus, provides care to thousands of patients each year. Student interns treat a variety of health issues at the health center, which provides a wide-range of clinical experiences. The training received in an actual clinic environment is crucial to the development of our students both personally and professionally. Time spent in the clinic can lead to other opportunities, including internships at other health care facilities that have agreements with the College. As a result, the student receives a balanced education both inside and outside the classroom.
Just a few of the services offered by the Health Center include:
- Affordable care for patients
- Chiropractic adjustments for people of all ages both young and old
- Therapy/rehabilitation for athletes of all ages
- Sports physicals at competitive prices, Boy & Girl Scout camp physicals complimentary
- Free and community wellness seminars & health fairs
- Complimentary scoliosis checks for children
Cleveland Chiropractic College Health Center
10850 Lowell Ave.
Overland Park, KS 66210
Monday-Thursday: 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (closed 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.)
Patient Intake Forms
Please download the appropriate form(s) and complete before your visit.
Learning is not limited to the classroom at Cleveland. You will have the opportunity to broaden your knowledge base by pursuing internships at off-site health centers in the Kansas City area.
Cleveland students learn about health and wellness in the classroom, and they are putting that knowledge to use at the Kansas City Free Health Clinic, where student interns provide chiropractic care to needy residents of Kansas City. The result is a program that allows the interns to gain clinical experience away from campus, while providing relief for those who are most in need of their services.
Dr. Clark Beckley, director of campus and professional relations on the Kansas City campus, is pleased with the opportunities the program provides for the College.
“This is another example of the College fulfilling its service mission,” Beckley said. “And it is an opportunity to promote our service theme of contributing to public health, education and wellness.”
In addition to their presence at the Free Health Clinic, Cleveland interns are also branching out to other facilities. The Department of Veteran’s Affairs responded to a congressional mandate requiring them to offer chiropractic services throughout the VHA system. Prior to this mandate, the Veterans Health Administration VHA covered some chiropractic care for veterans who were qualified, but there was no on-site chiropractic treatment offered at any of their facilities. Now through an agreement with the VHA, Cleveland students offer their services as chiropractic interns to veterans seeking treatment through the VHA system at the Kansas City Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center.
Interns also provide chiropractic services at the Health Partnership of Johnson County.