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Welcome to Monsalve Integrative Chiropractic where we strive to provide effective natural treatments to some of the world’s most common yet most troublesome health issues. Not only will you receive a proper and individualized treatment plan that includes chiropractic care, exercise, muscular re-education and functional medicine but you will be provided the necessary home recommendations in order to improve your quality of life.

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Daniel Monsalve
    Dr. Daniel Monsalve was raised in Miami, FL and attended Florida International University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences. After exploring the veterinary field for a few years he decided that his community (both pet and owner) would be better served with a natural and more conservative approach to healthcare. Thus he set off to be a Chiropractor. At Life West Chiropractic College he was taught many different chiropractic techniques, and while this would be the foundation upon which he would practice, he always wanted to learn and explore more. His thirst for knowledge lead him to research and learn different types of treatment methods. He quickly became the Vice President of the Professional Applied Kinesiology Club, a diagnostic value system which he is certified in, the Treasurer of the Integrative Health Club, member of the Functional Neurology Club, Extremities Club and he eventually became the President of the Animal Chiropractic Club. When he was not in school (which didn't seem very often to his wife) he began working for and learning under the founder of the Kalish Method of Functional Medicine, Dr. Dan Kalish. He also attended countless hours of seminars on functional medicine, supplementation and spinal correction. All of which contribute to his understanding of the numerous treatment methods, which he uses to help his patients get well.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Monsalve is THE BEST chiropractor. I am a professional dancer with major lower back issues and through his adjustments I feel brand new! He makes you feel right at home and is extremely knowledgable in all he does. I highly recommend him!"
    Elizabeth
  • "Dr. Monsalve is extremely knowledgable and communicates very well with his patients. You will feel right at home when you enter his practice. I strongly recommend him."
    Alexander
  • "I have a 43 degree curve in my spine due to scoliosis and a resulting injury as a side effect of this. Dr. Monsalve treated my condition (not the symptoms) and handled my case a personal treatment plan. I was taking 1600 mg of ibuprofen a day and unable to sit due to sciatic nerve pain, when I began. My first goal was to sit again, then decrease the ibuprofen, then stop taking any ibuprofen. I eventually became pain free and the transitioned from a frequent treatment plan to follow up adjustments only. I have referred a dozen friends and can speak more highly of his skill, passion, or professionalism."
    William
  • "Dr. Monsalve is a great Chiropractor. I came to him with numerous digestion problems and he addressed those in a very wholistic manner. I saw improvements from my first visit in how my body was digesting simply due to the back adjustments he made and continue to see long term improvements in the way we addressed other food sensitivities while helping me maintain better posture and taking care of significant back pain through adjustments and other recommendations. He is affordable and has great bedside-patient rapport."
    Esther

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