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Meet the Doctors

  • Dr. Brittany Warren

    Dr. Brittany Warren is the treating physician at Sunset Hills Chiropractic. She is nationally board certified and is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield MO. Dr. Warren is an active member of The American Chiropractic Association, and the Missouri Chiropractic Association. Dr. Warren has a passion for treating all members of your family from infants to adults and helping them on their journey to Chiropractic wellness.

    Dr. Warren uses specialized techniques to help restore your spinal column to optimum function. She also uses specialized muscle techniques to treat many muscular conditions. Dr. Warren has experience in treating headaches, neck pain, mid back pain, rib dysfunction, carpal tunnel, shoulder problems, low back pain, knee pain, coccyx dysfunction, plantar fasciitis and may infant conditions such as torticollis, reflux, and colic. She truly has a love for the chiropractic profession and has a passion for helping her patients get well through chiropractic care! Dr. Warren resides in St. Louis with her husband Don and their sons Carter and Graham.

  • Dr. Nathan Free

    With years of experience Dr. Free has successfully treated many conditions such as headaches, sciatica, local back and neck pains, whiplash, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, and scoliosis.Dr. Free continues to be an active member of the Fenton Chamber of Commerce for the past six years and is eager to join and serve the Sunset Hills chamber. 

    Dr. Free lives in , Missouri, with his two children Hannah and Monroe.  He did his undergraduate studies at Harding University in Arkansas, then went on to study at Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. Free grew up in Louisiana and now calls St. Louis his home. 

    He specializes in assisting athletes with sports rehabilitation needs and promotes health and wellness in the Sunset Hills, Fenton and High Ridge Communities. Dr. Free enjoys playing golf, bicycling, tennis and bluegrass music.

  • Dr. Robyn Kuhn

    Dr. Robyn Kuhn is a treating chiropractic physician at Sunset Hills Chiropractic. She is a native of St. Louis and graduated from Lafayette High School.  Dr. Robyn has a degree in Kinesiology and Sports Studies from Eastern Illinois University. She is a board certified chiropractic physician and a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. Robyn has a passion for treating patients in all stages of life, from infancy through retirement and beyond.

    Dr. Robyn’s favorite phrase is “Movement is Life” and she strives to get each and every patient moving to the best of their ability as quickly as possible! Whether that is running around chasing a two year old or competing in the next marathon, she will keep you going.  Dr. Robyn uses a variety of chiropractic techniques, rehabilitative exercises and nutrition to help you meet your health goals.  

    Dr. Robyn’s interests include spending time with her two daughters and husband. They love the outdoors doing anything from biking, hiking, or just simply going for walks around the neighborhood.

  • Dr. Amanda Lovekamp

    Dr. Amanda Lovekamp is an O'Fallon, MO native that has recently returned to the area after practicing in Ohio. Dr. Lovekamp graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with both her Doctor of Chiropractic and Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance degrees. During her time at Logan, Dr. Lovekamp interned at Scott Air Force Base while also studying acupuncture under Dr. John Amaro, Dr. Zev Myerowitz and Dr. Gary Ditson. Dr. Lovekamp is board-certified and licensed to practice both chiropractic and acupuncture and seeks to combine the chiropractic adjustment with muscle release techniques and acupuncture to allow healing, improve mobility and provide optimal function and balance. 

    During her time at Scott Air Force Base, Dr. Lovekamp saw firsthand how acupuncture could relieve low back and sciatic pain, reduce the frequency and intensity of shin splints, improve fertility outcomes, manage chronic headaches, reduce the pain and cramping associated with menstruation, improve gastrointestinal motility and so much more! Dr. Lovekamp is excited to join a great team of doctors an bring acupuncture to the Sunset Hills Chiropractic family!

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-3:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Warren and her staff can not be beat, attentive and courteous I highly recommend this chiropractor. She has done wonders for not only me but my mother as well! You won't find a better chiropractor office."
    Alex Murray
  • "Best Chriro's in the business Hands down . Dr Warren is awesome , along with Dr Robyn and Dr. Free they make it all about you and your needs. The Massage Therapists are very awesome Ladies!"
    Andrew Warren
  • "I've seen Dr. Free and Dr. Warren... both great doctors. They listen to what I say."
    Lindsey Strawhun

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