Healthy Starts Here
Welcome to Horton Chiropractic
Is Chiropractic Right for me?
Chiropractors are professionals for spinal health and well-being and are specifically trained to diagnose, evaluate and provide drug-free care and rehabilitation to individuals suffering from neuro-musculoskeletal conditions.
Back Pain, Neck Pain,
Chiropractic has helped millions of people recover from disorders of the spine and nervous system . This includes--but is not limited to--back and neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms and legs, and headaches.
Gentle enough for
Seniors and Children
Dr. Horton specializes in the Prone Specific chiropractic technique. Safe, gentle, and effective, this method is recommended for everyone: including kids, seniors, and during pregnancy.
the Natural Way
Chiropractic is a holistic, natural, drug-free healing art. Chiropractors adjust the spine to help the body heal from within, thus avoiding the risks and side-effects from conventional drugs and surgery.
Meet Our Team
Compassionate. Committed. Innovative.
While Dr. Horton is an expert in many chiropractic adjusting disciplines, she specializes in the gentle, low-force, Specific Prone adjusting method, and state-of-the-art acupuncture. These techniques are comfortable, reliable, and provide outstanding and consistent results.
As a dedicated life-long learner, Dr. Horton is always elevating her skills to ensure that she is delivering the highest and best Chiropractic care to her patients.
Dr. Janet Horton graduated from the National College of Chiropractic (now National University of Health Sciences ) in Lombard, Illinois in 1999. She relocated her practice to Des Plaines, Illinois in 2005.
"This has been my first experience with a chiropractor. I wasn't sure what to expect, but from the moment I walked in I felt extremely comfortable and well taken care of. Dr. Horton is very professional and really cares about helping her patients feel better. After a month of adjustments, my lower back pain has decreased substantially, and I haven't had the need to take ibuprofen."
— Kate J.