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We value our patients' experience at Liberty Chiropractic. If you are currently a chiropractic patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Rex Huffer
Your West Liberty Chiropractor

  • "I have suffered from migraines all my life. About 20 years ago I started going to Liberty Chiropractic and since have been able to better control them. As soon as I feel one coming on I make an appointment or simply walk in and the staff is always so friendly and understanding of my needs. I have recently started seeing Dr. Cody Smith about some other issues I have been having. While I have been seeing him I have eliminated my low back, knee and neck pain that I was having. Dr. Cody Smith is so thorough and detailed in his adjustments. I am relaxed and confident that he will fix whatever issue I am experiencing. I have visited other Chiropractors in the past and none compare to the quality and attention to detail as I get with Liberty Chiropractic."
    Angie Dixon
  • "Liberty Chiropractic has been such a blessing to my family. We first started coming to the office for my son who was having reoccurring ear infections at 2 years of age. The staff worked around my schedule and are so friendly, almost like family. Dr. Huffer is very kind and gentle, always willing to answer my question. Never have I felt rushed or that I was unimportant. Along with my children being seen I to am a patient. Words can never express how gentle and caring Dr. Huffer was when I seen him during my 2 miscarriages. Then a successful pregnancy. I have always said that my last birth went so fast because of seeing him throughout my pregnancy. Liberty Chiropractic is family!! They care for my family and I will never go anywhere else. I am so blessed to have such great care!!"
    Katie Krabill
  • "As Athletic Director at West Liberty- Salem, it is an over whelming comfort knowing that Liberty Chiropractic is part of our care and rehabilitation plan for our athletes. Whenever our athletes see any of the doctors at Liberty Chiropractic, they are always given top notch care and the treatment is very professional. When leaving there, it is evident that the doctors have the best interest of the athletes in mind. I seek chiropractic treatment personally as well through Liberty Chiropractic, and have always found to see positive results from my treatment and get the best care possible."
    Jake Vitt
  • "With standing on concrete 8 hours of the day at work I have suffered from Plantar Fasciitis. After reading a brochure about Graston Technique I decided to give it a try. After 1 visit with Dr. Cody I had relief at work. Each week after the session I experienced less and less pain. I am now pain free, but stretch and ice per Dr. Cody's recommendations."
    Steve Birt

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I suffered with Plantar Fasciitis, especially standing on a concrete floor for eight hours a day. After reading a brochure about the Graston Technique, I decided to give it a try. After 1 visit with the Doctor I had relief at work. Each week I had less pain with each session. Pan free now, but you should always stretch and ice per Doctors recommendations."
    Steve B.

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