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Welcome to Life Source Chiropractic

Woodland Park's Most Experienced Chiropractor

There is only one healer. It's not a pill or shot or surgery. It's not a Doctor of any kind....It's your BODY and it's innate intelligence within! Nature always knows what to do unless it is interfered with. Chiropractic is the method which seeks to remove this interference. It does not treat the symptom or the disease - for this can only be accomplished by nature within.

We welcome you to Life Source Chiropractic.....your Source for great health and potential with over 33 years experience.

Only Chiropractors are trained to determine if interference through spinal misalignment is the cause of your health problem. Don't wait until you become a statistic.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Woodland Park chiropractor, call 719-686-5599 today!

Dr. William Koppari
Woodland Park Chiropractor | Life Source Chiropractic | 719-686-5599

16222 West Highway 24, Suite 130
Woodland Park, CO 80863

Top 10 Chiropractic Clinics in Woodland Park, CO 2015
A winner of the 2015 Patients Choice Awards in Chiropractic - Woodland Park, CO

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Bill Koppari
    Dr. Bill Koppari is an Illinois native who graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1981. He practiced in Arlington, TX and Rockford, IL for over 30 years before relocating to Woodland Park, CO to open Life Source Chiropractic.
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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr Bill is highly educated and does a wonderful job adjusting my body and especially my neck. A great alternative for your health instead of western medicine"
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  • "Life source chiropractic is great...I definitely recommend to friends and family..."
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  • "We absolutely enjoy going to Life Source Chiropractic!... Dr. Bill is the Best!!"
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