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Welcome to Westland Chiropractic Center
Lee Dimick, D.C.

Call us at (303) 232-1232 today to schedule an appointment

At Westland Chiropractic Center, we understand that people come to seek help for various health reasons. Our aim is to offer treatment specific to each patient. Dr. Dimick has been serving Denver and surrounding areas since 1983. He is committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or even muscular tightness and tension. You may be searching for pain relief after an accident, experiencing an injury, or if you suffer from a specific condition like chronic back pain or a spinal condition. Even if you looking to improve your overall health, our chiropractor can help you attain your everyday wellness goals!

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Dimick, call (303) 232-1232 today

Dr. Dimick is a graduate of Logan Chiropractic College. He has been a team doctor for the Bud Pro-Mogul tour, ProSport Chiropractic and has treated various high school and college athletes as well as many weekend warriors.

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please email us at [email protected] or call our office at (303) 232-1232.

If you would like to stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. We also offer a community content area, which includes wellness articles and other healthcare resources.

Contact us to schedule an appointment to improve your quality of life through chiropractic.

Dr. Lee Dimick, D.C.
Westland Chiropractic Center

2801 Youngfield, Suite 311
Golden, CO 80401

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Christopher Westland, D.C.

    Dr. Westland graduated cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa on February 25th, 2000. Before that he attended the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater for his undergraduate degree in General Science. After graduating High School and before he attended UW-W, Dr Chris was working in a lumber yard and injuried his lower back while lifting plywood onto a customers vehicle. He first tried the medical route by being prescribed pain pills and muscle relaxers. When that did not work he was persuaded to try a chiropractor. After one visit there was noticeable improvement and soon after complete relief. At that moment Dr. Chris knew what he wanted to become: a chiropractor.

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  • Adena Brunette, L.M.T.

    Adena moved to Southwest Florida from upstate New York in late 2004. Adena made her move due to her corporate sales position. After living here for a year Adena decided she no longer wanted to be in sales. While on a vacation in Hawaii with friends for her 30th birthday she received her first massage. Adena was given a massage in a seaside cabana overlooking the Pacific. She fell in love with body work from that very moment!

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  • Robin Ruse, C.P.C.

    Robin is our office manager and it is her friendly voice you will hear when calling to schedule your appointments and massages during office hours. She went to school for Medical Coding and Billing at High Tech North in Cape Coral and holds her CPC degree. Robin has been raised here and loves living in laid back, sunny Florida with her two children Ciara and Michael. She believes in living a positive well balanced life and enjoys time with her children, walking, motorcycle rides, boating, and of course exploring all of the beaches here in Florida. She is here to take care of all of your insurance questions and billing needs.


Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "Have been a patient for over 20 years. Dr. Dimick is the best!"
    James W.

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