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Gateway Chiropractic Center

Your Crossville Chiropractor

3D Spine Simulator

At Gateway Chiropractic Center, Dr. Michael Ellis and staff are here to help you have a better quality of life. Whether it's being able to work, recreational activities, or just being able to tie your shoes, we are here. Many of us cast daily aches and pain aside. That often leads into bigger problems later down the road. We treat each patient to their specific needs. We just don't treat the symptom we treat the cause.

Some patients may just need maintenance care. Meaning getting those aches and pains nipped before they become a bigger problem. Others may have been in an auto accident and due to whiplash and other injuries need more extensive care. Some of our patients need emergency care. Acute injuries should be treated right away.

Dr. Ellis's office is fully equipped to treat all patients. He is trained in several techniques. The office is equipped with ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, massage therapy, and spinal decompression. All these tools along with spinal adjustments help us to treat disc problems, inflammation, and muscle rehabilitation.

Dr. Michael Ellis is also a Certified Medical Examiner. Professional drivers may either need a 1 or 2 year medical card for driving. We keep up to date with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations.

Gateway Chiropractic Center is currently accepting new patients, so call us today to schedule your appointment. Walk-ins are also welcome.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us today!

Dr. Michael Ellis
Crossville Chiropractor | Gateway Chiropractic Center | 931-484-3135

1020 N. Main St.
Crossville, TN 38555


  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Ellis."
    Claire V. / Crossville, TN

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