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Dr. Kristine Baker

Dr. Kristine Baker is a licensed Chiropractor and Acupuncture specialist serving the Kansas City community.  She graduated Cum Laude with her Doctor of Chiropractic and B.S. in Human Biology degrees from Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri in August of 2001.  Dr. Baker also earned her Fellow from the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture in 2001, where she received her Acupuncture training. 

Dr. Baker is a Certified Lifeline Practitioner. 

She has also taken Total Body Modification Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, Art of Chiropractic, BE (Basic Exam), as well as TBM Alive which is an annually held research symposium. She has also attended the TBM Instructor Course and has met all of the requirements to be a TBM Instructor.

Dr. Baker has completed CranioSacral Therapy I and II and SomatoEmotional Release I from the Upledger Institute and integrates it into her care with many of her patients.

Dr. Baker has taken additional Post-Graduate training in Pediatrics and Pregnancy from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association.  She is also Webster Technique Certified.  Webster Technique helps balance the pelvis in pregnant women that gives their babies more room to move into the proper position in utero.  It does not "turn breech babies" because we are not working on the baby, we are working on the mother.  By balancing the pelvis and the ligaments around the uterus, it helps the mom be more comfortable during her pregnancy and helps give the baby room to find the best position for birth.

Dr. Baker works with kids and babies every day in her practice and is always excited to learn more!

She is a 3rd generation Chiropractor, including her grandfather Dr. George Crump, her mother Dr. Susan G. Crump-Baker, her father Dr. Dennis Baker, her uncle Dr. Mark Baker and her brother Dr. Steve Baker.  She also has a cousin attending Logan University in the St. Louis, Missouri area.

Dr. Kristine Baker is known for her Chiropractic Adjustments, both "Light Force" and Manual or "Diversified" Adjustments. She takes care of patients of all ages, from birth to 100 or older! She also specializes in Prenatal and Newborn Adjustments, Infertility, CranioSacral Therapy, Total Body Modification, Acupuncture, and Nutrition. Dr. Baker is a firm believer in holistic wellness and prevention!

She has also taken seminars related to pregnancy health care, hormone balancing for men and women, infertility acupuncture, and much more. Dr. Baker continually strives to educate herself so that she provides the best care for her patients.

She was well-respected and regarded as an excellent Chiropractor by her patients in Kansas City as well as in her previous practice in St. Louis.

In her spare time, Dr. Kristine enjoys spending time with her family, camping, boating, and traveling.  She especially enjoys going to the beach and warm winter destinations.

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Dr. Kristine Baker was featured in a news story on KCTV5 News Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 in a story about Chiropractic's benefits for young babies.  Click here to read the transcript of the video.

Dr. Kristine Baker was also featured on NBC Action News Friday September 3rd, 2010 in a story about Acupuncture and Infertility.  Click here to see the story.

Dr. Kristine Baker was featured in the Logan Tower, a publication from Logan University, where she was featured for her excellence in Pediatric and Pregnancy Chiropractic care.  Read the story here

Our first available new patient appointment is the week of 12/03/18

The office will closed November 8-13th while Dr. Baker is attending a conference.  

We do have a cancellation list for New Patient Appointments so if an appointment opens up sooner, we will be happy to see you at an earlier time. 

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

10:00 am

6:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am

6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am

6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am

6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "After just one session of Acupuncture and a Chiropractic Adjustment my pain level immediately began to reside and I had a renewed sense of hope. I really could not believe it. Dr. Kristine had already started giving me back my life."
    Liz Kansas City, MO
  • "You did it again! I feel like a million bucks! I truly feel like I get my "money's worth" when you treat me. Not only do you treat the problem at hand but you go the extra mile to do some preventative work."
    Tracey P. Kansas City, MO
  • "Dr. Baker is my miracle. Her caring ways and knowledgeable hands have helped me when no one else would. When I moved away from the area, I tried another acupuncturist and did not get as good results as with Dr. Baker. She has changed my life and I thank God every day that I met her and that she cared enough to help when no one else would."
    Annette D. Kansas City, MO
  • "I remember leaving my initial appointment feeling very empowered. I didn’t feel guilty, defeated, or responsible anymore. I felt very hopeful. I truly believe that the regular acupuncture and chiropractic adjustments played a huge role in my success with getting pregnant this second time."
    Sarah Kansas City, MO
  • "I feel so blessed to have been referred to Dr. Baker as I feel that she has totally improved my quality of life. I will always be grateful to my friend at church for leading me to her and I will always be grateful to her for making my life more enjoyable."
    Trudy B. Kansas City, MO

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