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Kunz Chiropractic Puts Patients First

At Kunz Chiropractic, our goal is to help our Omaha chiropractic patients create improved health and overall wellness. If you are experiencing headaches, back pain, or allergies, you’ve come to the right place. Rather than simply treating symptoms, we locate the underlying causes of your health problems so that we can address them at the source.

Staying Healthy for a Lifetime

Dr. Curt Kunz says, “I take the time to really listen to my patients. Our practice is warm and professional, and I am as excited to help you as I am my own family. My goal is to be the chiropractor in Omaha that people trust with their health for a lifetime.”

At Kunz Chiropractic, we believe that when patients understand the causes of their health problems, they are better equipped to aid in their own recovery. And then they’re motivated to make lifestyle changes to stay healthy for the long haul! Please give our office a call today to get started on your path to true health and wellness.

Dr. Curt Kunz, Chiropractor West Omaha
Providing quality chiropractic care for West Omaha and Omaha families!

Dr. Curt Kunz
Omaha Chiropractor | Kunz Chiropractic | (402)-614-5677

549 N. 155th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68154

Meet Dr. Curt Kunz

  • Dr. Curt Kunz

    I just wish I had known then what I know now! When I was young I was always sick and having some aches and pains. My uncle was a chiropractor in another state so when he would visit I remember my mom asking him to adjust me.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Thanks for taking the time to understand my chiropractic aches and pains, and start the necessary steps needed to get me pain free and healthy again."
    Claudia W.
  • "Absolutely the best experience I have ever had!"
    Amanda L.
  • "You can tell immediately that the Kunz family actually cares about you as a person and not just a patient."
    Julie G.
  • "I love the staff at Kunz Chiropractic! They are very friendly! Danielle is awesome!"
    Tamara J.

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