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Welcome to Joseph Kalal DC
Your Chicago Chiropractor

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 773-774-9200

Dr. Joseph Kalal is a native of the Chicago Metropolitan area and has been a chiropractic physician specializing in chiropractic and acupuncture since 1980. He received his Bachelor of Science from Elmhurst College, and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic (now National University of Health Sciences).

Dr. Kalal is involved with community activities.  He is a member in the Illinois Chiropractic Society. He has been an assistant soccer coach and Boy Scout leader.

Dr. Kalal's interest have led to studies in acupuncture, chi kung, physical therapy, nutrition, and alternative approaches. With this knowledge, Dr. Kalal has developed an effective regime of care that can treat a wide variety of ailments.

Dr. Kalal's office has been located in the Edgebrook community of Chicago since 1982. His office is located conveniently to major expressways and Metra. (Click here for map)

He emphasizes family care and welcomes children as well as seniors and all those in between. Men, women, athletes, those not as active as they once were, and anyone who wants to live a healthier lifestyle are encouraged to call our office and make an appointment to experience a different level of wellbeing.    Our friendly and courteous staff goes out of their way to make sure your healthcare needs are met.

We work with Medicare and most insurance companies.

Workman's compensation and personal injury are specialties.

We accept referrals from approved HMO's. We are a founding physician and office in Advanced Medicine Integration (AMI), the BC/BS Illinois HMO site 381, an alternatively focused HMO.

Dr. Joseph Kalal
Chicago Chiropractor | Joseph Kalal DC | 773-774-9200

6448 N Central Ave
Chicago, IL 60646

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