New chiropractic practice comes to Lead

Delzer Chiropractic Clinic is open for business at 318 Dixon St. in Lead. Pioneer photo by Paul Baker

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LEAD — Dr. Justin Delzer has opened up his very own chiropractic practice at 318 Dixon St. in Lead. 

Delzer Chiropractic Clinic is open for business and welcomes everyone to come and seek back and spine remedies.

Delzer moved to the Black Hills two months ago from Huron, and started a new practice in the mountain town to be closer to the scenery. 

“I would come here quite a bit for mountain biking, hiking, camping, that sort of stuff,” Delzer said. “I like the outdoor stuff, you know we don’t really have a lot of that in Huron.” 

After long drives from Huron and realizing Lead did not have a chiropractor, he decided to make the move and open his practice.

Delzer has owned his own practice for 15 years, and has continued to strive due to wanting to help people. 

“I like the idea of helping people with my hands,” he said. “I like what chiropractic has to offer, what it does for people. It just seemed like it was a path that fit me, and I met some pretty inspirational people when I was younger when I was thinking about it, so that helped me along too.”

Delzer went to school in at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, to learn the profession — where chiropractic originated. 

Delzer works close to home, as he lives up above his office which is full of hand-crafted pieces of woodwork that he enjoys to do, including the front desk.

When asked about what is the favorite thing about being a chiropractor, “I suppose getting the results for people and seeing how they do under my care. That’s very rewarding, but it’s a fun occupation — I enjoy it. It’s kind of a problem solving deal and finding where their pain is starting.”

Delzer sees both regular clients and spontaneous clients due to a variety of things from routine maintenance or something that may have happened to an individual through day-to-day life. Walk-ins and appointments are both welcome. 

To make an appointment, call (605) 571-1700. 

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