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Welcome to Cole Chiropractic Clinic

Your Chiropractor in Tulsa Also Serving Broken Arrow, Bixby, Jenks, Sand Springs, Owasso, Catoosa & Surrounding Areas

Cole Chiropractic Clinic, Doctor Christopher K. Cole, our nutritionist Linda Cole and our entire health team welcome you to our healing center. Our family chiropractic center welcomes the opportunity to care for you and your entire family. If you are seeking a chiropractor in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Owasso, Bixby, Jenks or the surrounding areas, we invite you to Cole Chiropractic Clinic. Chiropractic care provides effective healing in a natural way. The techniques we use are holistic and benefit your overall health and wellness. Doctor Christopher K. Cole aligns your spine so that your body is able to heal itself and help you recover from neck pain, back pain, injuries, headaches, fatigue, and chronic conditions. Chiropractic care is a safe treatment option for your entire family. 

Beginning Chiropractic Care in Tulsa

Dr. Cole invites you to discover the benefits of chiropractic care. From your initial evaluation to gain a better understanding of your health to your journey through healing, our health team supports you the entire way. We gather your health history to determine ways to prevent future concerns and help you overcome past injuries. Our team also encourages you to reach your fitness, health and wellness goals through nutritional guidance, exercise support and physical therapy. Linda Cole is our certified nutritionist. If you are in need of dietary counseling for health or weight-related reasons, Linda will speak with you and guide you into healthy eating. This is a key element in your chiropractic care as what you eat will fuel your body for movement, plus bring in restorative nutrients to speed your healing process. 

We understand that starting alternative health care may come with questions. Some of the questions our clients have include:

  • Are chiropractic adjustments painful?   No. Dr. Cole uses his hands to apply a gentle force to your vertebrae. This motion slips the vertebrae into alignment to eliminate nerve pain and help with recovery from bulging discs. 
  • Is chiropractic care only for injuries?   No. Typically, patients first visit us after an injury or pain appears, but we also have many patients who receive our care to improve their general health or for sports performance. For instance, if you are suffering from asthma, allergies or headaches, chiropractic adjustments are a natural way to eliminate these concerns and reduce your discomfort. 
  • Do you care for spinal abnormalities?   Yes, and the sooner Dr. Cole examines your spine to identify a condition, the less likely you will suffer lasting complaints. 
  • How often will I require adjustments?   Dr. Cole will determine the best approach for your condition. Initially, the frequency of your visits may be assertive, but once we enter into the last phase, you begin maintenance and your visits will be as needed.

Call Your Tulsa Chiropractor Today!

Chiropractic care with Dr. Cole, your Tulsa chiropractor is a natural and holistic approach to your overall health and wellness. We look forward to sharing more about our care with you and your family. To schedule your new patient visit, please call us or schedule online today to learn more!

Dr. Christopher Cole
Tulsa Chiropractor | Cole Chiropractic Clinic | (918) 664-2273

Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Christopher K. Cole, DC

    Christopher K Cole, DC has been a Tulsa chiropractor since opening his practice on 55th and Memorial in 1995. He grew up in the Tulsa area and received his degree of Doctor of Chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas in 1994.

    Dr. Cole is a member of various professional organizations, including: American Chiropractic Association and Unified Chiropractic Association of Oklahoma.

  • Linda Cole BA, CN
    Office Manager

    Linda Cole BA, CN has been a Certified Nutritionist in Tulsa since 2007. She also holds a B.A. in Communications from The University of Tulsa.  She is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and is also a Certified Chiropractic Assistant. Linda has worked side-by-side with her husband, Dr. Cole, as his Office Manager since he opened his practice in 1995.


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""Dr Cole and Linda make you feel like family and really care about your health and well being. I would say Dr Cole is the best Chiropractors I have ever been to.""
    Patrick Preibe
  • ""Excellent experience. Dr. Cole and staff made me feel comfortable and treatments have provided much relief. I have been to several chiropractic offices but I will stay with Dr. Cole. I especially appreciated phone call from Dr. Cole after treatment. Will recommend Dr. Cole’s office to friends and family for sure.""
    Margaret Roy

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