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Congrats! You’ve taken your first step in improving your health through the help of Chiropractic care and healthy nutrition. The word Chiropractic means “done by hand” and both Dr. Scott and Dr. Jason Kosek treat patients by using their hands to realign the vertebrae in the back to help restore normal health.

In order to understand Chiropractic it is best to start with an understanding of how the body works. The nervous system controls every aspect of the body. From the brain down through the spinal cord and out to your organs, bones, and muscles. The brain sits inside the skull and the spinal cord travels down inside the vertebrae and the nerves come out in between the vertebrae and travel to the various parts of the body. When we move the vertebrae all bend and twist to support the body and protect the nerves from injury. Occasionally when we bend or twist the individual vertebrae can move out of position and pinch the nerve and disrupt the normal nerve transmission. This is called a subluxation.

As Chiropractors, we locate the vertebra that has moved out of place and use our hands to realign the subluxation.

For an introduction to the office and Doctor Scott Kosek, check out our video here.

Dr. Scott Kosek | Dr. Jason Kosek
New Lenox Chiropractor | Lincoln-Way Chiropractic Clinic | 815-485-8200

195 S. Marley Rd.
New Lenox, IL 60451

Meet the Chiropractors

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  • Dr.
    Scott Kosek

    Dr. Scott Kosek took his undergraduate studies at Western Illinois University. He then received his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa graduating Magnum Cum Laude. He first practiced in Sandwich Illinois before opening Lincoln-Way Chiropractic Clinic in New Lenox Illinois in 1983. READ MORE

  • Dr.
    Jason Kosek

    Dr. Jason completed his Chiropractic pre-requisites at Joliet Junior College and Governors State University. He then received his bachelors of science and doctorate of chiropractic degrees from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Jason has additional training in Radiology after completing an 8-month internship in the Clinical Radiology Department at Palmer and has had additional training and experience with pediatric patients through his Palmer Clinic Abroad trip to serve children of all ages on the Caribbean island of Bequia. READ MORE


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