"Look well to the spine for the cause of disease"

Chiropractic care was founded on two well-known and scientifically accepted truths: that the body is a self-healing and self-regulating organism; and that the nervous system is the body's master system that controls and coordinates all body functions. With these truths in mind, chiropractic looks at structural misalignments, or "subluxations", in the spine as the main cause of interference to the nervous system's ability to control the body.

Chiropractic works to decrease the stress in the body by pinpointing and alleviating joint dysfunction. Without proper movement in the joints, the body is unable to function at optimal levels.

Our office offers a variety of chiropractic techniques that are specific to each patient's individualized treatment needs.

Our Clinic

Dr. Joseph Coler, a chiropractor since his graduation from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1989, grew up in Garfield Ridge. He graduated from St. Daniel the Prophet elementary school and Marmion Military Academy. Joseph Coler worked at Nordica Medical Center for two years before opening his own practice. Dr. Wendi Coler grew up in Schererville, IN, and studied Engineering at Purdue University before completing her studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1994. The Colers have four children who attend St. Daniel the Prophet School. They live in Garfield Ridge and are members of the Chamber of Commerce. They believe in supporting the community businesses. Coler Chiropractic specializes in the health and wellness of our patients. We create individualized treatment plans for neck and back pain. Dr. Joseph Coler, DC is a certified chiropractic sports physician and specializes in sports related injury treatment and prevention. He is proficient at extremity adjusting (shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, ankles) as well. Dr. Joseph Coler is a certified Red Cross Protect Your Back Instructor and he recently completed a 3 year Diplomate in Orthopedics program. Dr. Wendi Coler specializes in neck injuries, headaches and migraines.