Resident Chiropractors

Better Health Chiropractic in Juneau’s attentive and well-trained chiropractors are welcoming new patients! Each patient is valued.

We only hire the best doctors so that we can provide the highest level of care. We would love to help you find out how we can help you with pain reduction, better conditioning, or the overall good health that you seek.

Providing personalized care for muscles, bones, joints, and connective tissue is at the core of our chiropractic work. If you are searching for a caring chiropractor, make sure to stop by our clinic & see Dr. Brent Wells and Dr. Collin Kuoppala.

Directions

The clinic’s about a half-mile north of the Juneau Intl. Airport just off Glacier Hwy. Head north, when you see Frontier Suites on the right veer left to stay on Glacier Hwy, and Dunn Street will be immediately on your left. We’re next to Raintree Quilting.

Happy Patients

49,722

Conditions Treated

15,271

Patients Served

157,212

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Better Health Chiropractic has been in Alaska since 1998, but we opened our doors in Juneau back in 2013.

Most of the people who take advantage of our Juneau chiropractic clinic suffer from ailments such as lower back pain, sciatica, arthritis, neck pain, whiplash, disc problems, spinal stenosis, headache/migraine pain, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder pain, hip pain, and various other injuries to the body.

Dr. Brent Wells often sees numerous types of professions visit the chiropractic clinic in Juneau, such as local construction workers, retirees, fishing men and women, government and state workers, and miners. 

Conditions Treated

Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab is a chiropractic clinic in Juneau where you can find relief for a wide variety of conditions, from back pain and carpal tunnel, to neck pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia and more. Click on any link below and head to our general Conditions page to learn more.

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Insurance Coverage- We Accept Hundreds!

We work with almost all insurance companies, including the most common ones listed for Private Insurance, Worker’s Compensation Insurance and Auto Insurance. Auto & Worker’s Compensation are usually covered at 100%! Our list may not include yours. If you don’t see your insurance company, please use our Contact Us page, click the button below to have us check your coverage for you, or call
877-346-5255.

Preferred provider for:
Premera
Federal Blue Cross
Federal Blue Cross
Medicare
Other Common Insurances Accepted:

Private Insurance

(Listed Alphabetically)
  • Aetna KY
  • Aetna TX
  • AK UFCW
  • Alaska Care
  • Alaska Carpenters Health & Welfare
  • Alaska Electrical Health & Welfare
  • Alaska Fisherman’s Fund
  • Alaska HERE Health & Welfare Trust
  • Alaska Laborer’s
  • Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
  • Alaska Pipe Trades, Local 367
  • Alaska Teamster’s
  • Alaska UFCW Trust
  • AmeriBen Solutions

Schedule an Appointment, Receive a One-Hour Massage Certificate!

That’s right! Receive a certificate for a free one-hour massage with one of our highly-trained, professional, and licensed massage therapists for use after your first appointment. You can use it yourself, or give it to one of your family or friends for them to use!

Frequently Asked Questions about Chiropractors:

The scope of practice statutes usually addresses two separate areas of practice: diagnosis and treatment. The more substantial statutes permit a chiropractor to use any method of diagnosis that is taught in the chiropractic institutions.

https://betterhealthalaska.com/chiropractor-resources/scope-of-practice-of-chiropractors/

chiropractic adjustment is a specific spinal manipulation technique a chiropractor uses on the vertebrae to treat unusual joint placement (subluxation). An adjustment involves the use of hands-on manipulation along with other alternative therapies.
https://betterhealthalaska.com/chiropractor-resources/what-does-a-chiropractic-adjustment-do/

How often are you experiencing pain? This may not seem like a fair question. If you are experiencing pain in multiple areas, additional visits may be found very helpful. If your current pain is intense and debilitating, more visits may be needed to bring the healing that you seek.
https://betterhealthalaska.com/chiropractor-resources/how-often-should-i-get-chiropractic-adjustment/

Misconceptions have centered around the fact that chiropractic largely leaves out the need for medications. Physical therapy’s history has been more closely aligned with traditional medical practices. As a result, physical therapy may have greater associations with the use of medications in some locations. Yet, many physical therapists do seek to avoid the use of medications.
https://betterhealthalaska.com/chiropractor-resources/chiropractor-vs-physical-therapist-difference/

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