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  • Dr. Joseph Lane DC
    Doctor of Chiropractic

    Dr. Joseph T. Lane, is the licensed Chiropractic Physician at The Back & Neck Care Center of Webster Groves, which provides chiropractic care to Webster Groves, Missouri and the surrounding area.


    • Southwest Missouri State University
    • Logan College of Chiropractic
    • Certified in Acupuncture


    • American Chiropractic Association
    • St. Louis Chiropractic Association
    • Missouri State Chiropractic Association


    • Member of the Webster Groves/Shrewsbury Area Chamber of Commerce
    • Member of the Old Orchard Business Association
    • Annual 'Coats for Kids' and 'Fan-Fare' Campaigns for local ministries
    • Most Philanthropic Business of the Year (2000)
    • Outstanding Business Award (2005)


    'I treat each patient as if they were a close member of my family. The recommendations that I make are individualized for each person's condition and are designed to minimize their suffering by controlling and correcting their condition as quickly as possible.'

  • Terri Thompson
    Office Manager

    Terri - moved to St. Louis from Northern Illinois. She joined the Back & Neck Care Center in April of 1997 and has 19 years experience in Chiropractic care. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Communication from Illinois State University and utilizes her ability to communicate effectively in Public Relations and Patient Education. Terri is the Office Manager and handles Insurance claim submissions, New Patient Coordination, Marketing, Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation cases. She is the livelihood to the office with her quick wit and sense of humor.

    'Patient Education is important to me. I was a patient before I worked in the Chiropractic field and know the benefits first hand. I wouldn't be here today if I didn?t believe Chiropractic could help people in pain.' - Terri T.

  • Laura Hastie

    Laura...has been with the Back & Neck Care Center since October, 2005, and currently handles Front Desk Reception and Scheduling. Born and raised in Missouri, Laura has resided in Webster Groves since she was 8 years old. It's her pleasant voice that answers the phone and will schedule your appointment. She is currently attending evening college courses at Fontbonne University.

    'It's a good feeling when you see people leave the office in better condition than when they came in...I feel like I played an important part in their health care decision.' - Laura H.

  • Lisa Minor
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Lisa . . . began her journey with the Back & Neck Care Center in early 2009. She handles all Physiotherapy Modalities including Ultrasound, Electrical Stimulation, Cervical Traction, Diathermy, and many exercises necessary to strengthen muscles and tissue that surround the spine. She is also responsible for office flow and making sure no one has to wait. Lisa is a great listener and enjoys hearing all the stories our patients love to share.

    'I can see the improvements in each patient as they leave the office. Knowing I have played an important part in their treatment and care is very gratifying.' -Lisa M.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've been seeing Dr. Lane for 9 years now. Love him and the girls. Couldn't ask for a more caring chiropractor and staff!! He's amazing and always makes me feel so much better by the time I leave :)"
    Stephanie G. // via Facebook

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