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Welcome to Thiesing Family Chiropractic Center
Helping You REACH Your Optimum Health with Chiropractic Care

Call us at (931) 490-0606 today.


At Thiesing Family Chiropractic, Dr. Stephen Thiesing’s objective is to answer your chiropractic questions and help restore your health through good healthy choices. We aim to help you R.E.A.C.H. your optimum health status through proper rest, exercise, a positive attitude, regular chiropractic care and a healthy diet.

Chiropractic is True Healthcare


Your body will work closer to 100% if the nervous system and the immune system are working without being overloaded. The body is self healing and Chiropractic is the first choice in aiding the body to reach its optimum.


Educating You & Your Family About Chiropractic


As a Columbia Chiropractor, my job is to educate you and your family about Chiropractic care and on making good healthy decisions to get closer to 100%. I believe that it is important to have an open mind, listen and apply my education and knowledge to help you and your family reach optimal health.


Have Your Spine Checked Today


Find out why other Columbia, Mt Pleasant, Spring Hill and Lewisburg-area residents are choosing Chiropractic Care at Thiesing Family Chiropractic. If you want TRUE healthcare, you owe it to your family to have your spines checked today in our Columbia office. Call Today!

Dr. Stephen C. Thiesing
Columbia Chiropractor | Thiesing Family Chiropractic Center | (931) 490-0606

506 North Garden Street
Columbia, TN 38401

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "I have had the privilege of knowing Dr. Tubbs for several years and have seen her progress through her chiropractic skill set in that time. She has a gentle touch and a giving heart to go along with amazing chiropractic hands! Dr. Tubbs will not only deliver excellent care, as she is one of the very few I trust to treat me as a fellow Chiropractor, but she will also care for you as a person and pour her heart and soul into your health. I couldn't think of a better person to trust mine and my families health with that this amazing Dr!"
    Jordan B.
  • "Dr. Tubbs is amazing with my 10 week old baby. She started adjusting him around 7 weeks old and he has done fantastic under her care. His symptoms of reflux have improved and he is overall a more happy baby after seeing Dr. Tubbs. She is very gentle and loving with him during our visits. I would highly recommend Dr. Tubbs."
    Laci O. G.
  • "I highly recommend Dr. Kelsey Tubbs. I went in for lower back/shoulder pain and felt much better after just one visit! It's definitely worth the hour drive from Nashville for me.....I would recommended them to anyone looking for a great chiropractic office."
    Lindsey M.
  • "About a month ago I with my shoulder screming in pain. Two doctors shot me up with painkillers and steroids, and a third tried to sign me up for surgery (yikes!). I call Dr. T's office on a recommendation. They saw me that day and in a minutes, I was diagnosed and SNAP! The nerve iny neck causing the pain was released. Still in progress but much better. The personal call after the forst visit was a very nice touch."
    Kevin E.

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