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A HOLISTIC WAY TO IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ron, call 913-839-2389 today!

At Balanced Body Holistic Health, our mission is to provide you with quality, affordable, natural care. We offer a comprehensive and holistic approach to every new patient visit. You can expect to receive compassionate care in a peaceful environment. Our clinic uses many different techniques to soothe your senses and provide you with a relaxing experience. Our goal is to help you live a healthy lifestyle at your optimum.

Using the latest evidence-based methods to examine, diagnose, and care for our patients. Dr. Ron has experience helping patients of all ages improve their quality of life through the power of chiropractic. We offer personalized acute care and wellness plans that are truly affordable for you and your family. We offer many options including diversified manual & instrument-assisted chiropractic adjustments, needle acupuncture, soft tissue therapies, and essential oils. We believe that quality wellness care should be available to all in our community. Contact us today and feel the difference of a balanced body.

Dr. Ron Sweeney, DC
Olathe Chiropractor | Balanced Body Holistic Health | 913-839-2389

531 N. Mur-Len Rd. Ste B
Olathe, KS 66062

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  • "Dr. Ron is now in charge and he is equally as caring and wonderful...
    I always leave feeling happier and more energized!"
    MARILEE / OLATHE, KS

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