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Your Las Vegas Chiropractor

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The Las Vegas Chiropractic Center has been awarded as a top Chiropractic practice with some of Las Vegas's best Chiropractors.

The Las Vegas Chiropractic Center's Belief

At the Las Vegas Chiropractic Center we believe that the care provided by Dr. Kaldy and his associates will help identify early signs of potential future problems while enhancing your current and future quality of life.

Kevin Kaldy
Las Vegas Chiropractor | The Chiropractic Center of Las Vegas | (702) 212-3333

8821 West Sahara Ave, Suite 120
Las Vegas, NV 89117




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  • Kevin L Kaldy D.C.
    Chiropractic Physician NV B-929

    Dr. Kaldy is a 2001 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic-west. He is a member of the American Association of Spine Physicians (AASP), the american chiropractic association and works side by side many Neurologists, Orthopedists and Pain Specialists in the Las Vegas area.

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7:30 am-5:00 pm


7:30 am-5:00 pm


7:30 am-5:00 pm


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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Originally when I was involved in the car accident, pain was effecting every area of my life. However with the proper care, that was provided by Dr. Kaldy, my level of pain and range of motion progressed as well as my overall strength. Happily, I am now able to work and live without the pain I had."
    David B.
  • "I had extreme headaches, neck and middle back pain and some lower back pain following a car accident. I no longer have the headaches, middle or lower back pain. Dr. Kaldy was great!!"
    La Rae S.
  • "Prior to my treatment, I was involved in a severe car accident and I was in great pain. As treatment proceeded the pain became much more tolerable and less severe. The patience, explanations and in depth treatment provided by Dr. K has been extremely beneficial. Through the treatment by Dr. K, I have been able to do much more on a daily basis with much less pain. Chiropractic treatment is most beneficial by reducing pain and speeding up the healing process. I personally would recommend that anyone suffering from a car accident or any other aches and pain should seek a chiropractor like Dr. K."
    Rose H.
  • "During the past few months that I have been treated by Dr. Kaldy, I have experienced a great decrease in and in most areas an elimination of pain in my neck, back, arms and with my headaches. My range of motion has increased considerably. Dr. Kaldy has been very thorough and caring in his treatment of my health problems associated with degenerative and other orthopedic problems. It has been a beneficial and pleasurable association with Dr. Kaldy."
    Anita B.

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