Dr. Delia Overschmidt is a board certified chiropractic physician currently treating patients in Fenton MO and the surrounding St Louis region. Her specialties range from the treatment of low back pain, neck pain, headaches, pediatric, pregnancy care, sports injuries, and nutrition. She does this by using a variety of innovative chiropractic techniques and soft tissue therapies to create a customized treatment plan for her patients.
Her mission is to educate and inspire optimum health for every patient throughout the community through chiropractic care and lifestyle services. As a leader, a coach, a friend and healthcare practitioner, Dr. Overschmidt believes that trust is built on relationships and results.
Dr Overschmidt grew up on the beautiful coast of Maine and received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire where she studied Environmental Science. After playing collegiate softball and traveling abroad, she discovered chiropractic care and embarked on a new journey.
Combining her knowledge of nature and science, she graduated from Logan University with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and Master’s of Nutrition and Human Performance. Dr Overschmidt resides in West County and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and their two Labrador retrievers. She is fitness enthusiast, enjoys live music, and loves to travel.
Dr. Christine Barney is a treating Chiropractic Physician and acupuncturist at Sunset Hills Family Chiropractic. She is a St. Louis native who graduated from Lindbergh High School. She attended the University of Missouri before receiving her Bachelor of Life Science and Doctorate of Chiropractic at Logan University. Dr. Barney is board-certified and licensed to perform both chiropractic and acupuncture. She enjoys using a combination of chiropractic techniques, therapies, and acupuncture in a treatment plan that is tailored to best fit each individual.
Throughout her practice, Dr. Barney has been able to apply chiropractic and acupuncture to treat low back pain, neck pain, headaches, joint issues, plantar fasciitis, infertility, anxiety, and much more. Dr. Barney's passion began with pregnancy and pediatrics, and she continues to enjoy working with people of any age.
Dr. Barney resides in St. Louis with her husband. In her free time, she loves being outdoors, staying active, listening to live music, following the Cardinals, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Brittany Warren is a treating physician at Sunset Hills Chiropractic. She is nationally board certified and is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield MO. Dr. Warren is an active member of The American Chiropractic Association, and the Missouri Chiropractic Association. Dr. Warren has a passion for treating all members of your family from infants to adults and helping them on their journey to Chiropractic wellness.
Dr. Warren uses specialized techniques to help restore your spinal column to optimum function. She also uses specialized muscle techniques to treat many muscular conditions. Dr. Warren has experience in treating headaches, neck pain, mid back pain, rib dysfunction, carpal tunnel, shoulder problems, low back pain, knee pain, coccyx dysfunction, plantar fasciitis and may infant conditions such as torticollis, reflux, and colic. She truly has a love for the chiropractic profession and has a passion for helping her patients get well through chiropractic care! Dr. Warren resides in St. Louis with her husband Don and their sons Carter and Graham.
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