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Dr. Mike Kirse graduated with honors (Cum Laude) in 1987 from Cleveland Chiropractic College-KC. He has served the Lee's Summit community since 1989 offering quality chiropractic care for his patients. His hobbies include camping, hunting, fishing, shooting and enjoying the great outdoors. He is married and has one child, who is now in college. Patient satisfaction is his primary goal. "Patient education is important to help people make informed decisions about their health." Dr. Mike Kirse invites questions from patients and strives to provide patients with the answers they need to be well informed. Although other therapies are available, most patient treatment involves laying on a roller bed to relax muscles, improve disc health and increase general joint mobility, vibratory massage to aid in further muscle relaxation and then the chiropractic adjustment to restore mobility and function to the dysfunctional joints. (Most patients want to take the roller bed home with them!) Generally speaking a chiropractic treatment is typically healthful, comfortable and relaxing. There is also a Licensed Massage Therapist on site with over 26 years experience. Other numbers available to reach Dr. Mike Kirse are 816-525-5355 (office) and 816-872-4426 (cell). Dr. Mike Kirse welcomes you to experience Kirse Chiropractic! Enjoy the benefits! : )
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I begin with a thorough spinal examination, including orthopedic and neurologic testing. If x-rays or other imaging is needed, I send the patient to an outside facility. I discuss the problems found concerning the patient's condition and the treatments available. Referrals for medical care are always given whenever appropriate. Next I begin treating the patient taking them through the phases of acute, rehabilitative and supportive care. Although other therapies are available, most patient treatment involves laying on a roller bed (commonly known as an intersegmental traction table) to relax muscles, improve disc health and increase general joint mobility, vibratory massage to aid in further muscle relaxation and then the chiropractic adjustment to restore mobility and function to the dysfunctional joints. The frequency that I that I treat patients is customized for each individual patient to meet their body's needs and is based on their level of reported pain and their response to care.