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Scottsdale, AZ 85251 US

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About Your Scottsdale Chiropractor

If you are in need of chiropractic services, you can’t go wrong with our Scottsdale chiropractor and team here at Secrest Family Chiropractic. Helmed by Dr. Daniel P. Secrest, DC, our facility treats people of all ages, helping them find better health and happier lives today. Dr. Dan’s qualifications are peerless, and his motto is "I want to be your Chiropractor." If you need help healing pain, beating discomfort or kicking an illness, we can help.

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A Highly Qualified & Trained Chiropractic Professional in South Scottsdale

 Dr. Dan is a practicing chiropractic physician in South Scottsdale. He was the first certified healthcare professional in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area to offer advanced technological treatments in a standing, sitting, walking or bending "Position of Pain." That means he can administer chiropractic care in whatever position is least uncomfortable for you.

He was trained at Long Island University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and learned a Doctorate of Chiropractic at Life University. Dr. Dan is a member of the Arizona Better Business Bureau, the Arizona Association of Chiropractic, the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the Sacro Occipital Technique Organization-USA, the Graston Sports Technique Organization and the Foundation for Education and Chiropractic Research.

Dr. Dan is a firm believer in a multi-disciplined approach to chiropractic care. When conducting examinations and reviewing patient's x-rays for structural conditions that can be addressed by chiropractic, he makes sure to note abnormalities that may be better addressed by a medical physician or other holistic healthcare provider. To assist his patients, he maintains a list of preferred providers, with whom he has had personal or professional experience.

The former radio talk host of his own health show, "House Calls with Dr. Secrest" on Phoenix station KFNX, Dr. Dan has also appeared on Channel 3, KTVK, "Good Evening Arizona," other radio shows. Additionally, he wrote a health column for the Scottsdale Downtowner.

Dr. Dan maintains a full practice here in Scottsdale and currently mentors other doctors across the nation. He trains in the use and application of an enhanced, Low-Force, Applied Kinesiology Based Technique, called the Koren Specific Technique (KST). He is also a Reiki Master and also proficient in many other energy-related, calming and stress-relieving techniques. Dr. Dan is proficient in the Graston Technique, primarily a sports-therapy modality.

Your Trusted Chiropractor in Scottsdale and Tempe

When you’re ready to see a chiropractor in Scottsdale and Tempe, we’re ready to see you here at Secrest Family Chiropractic. We specialize in serving people of all ages, so no matter whom your family consists of, we can treat them all. We help relieve pain from car accident injury, pregnancy discomfort, stress, back and neck pain, migraines and headaches, sciatica, TMJ, snoring and sleep apnea and sports injury.

Our chiropractor in Scottsdale and Tempe is experienced, knowledgeable and ready to help, so don’t wait. Give us a call today at (480) 994-4411 and we’ll set you up with an appointment!

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Our Specialties

Applied Kinesiology (KST)

Massage Therapy

Kinesiology Taping


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  • "Dr Secrest really cares about his patients. He resolved a 3 year headaches issue for one of my sons that all the other doctors couldn't and he's been fantastic working with my son with autism."
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