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Welcome to Chicago Spine & Joint Care

Your chiropractor in downtown Chicago.

We are located at 111 W. Jackson Blvd. (on the corner of Jackson and Clark).
Call us today at (312) 583-0061 or click HERE to request an appointment!

Chicago chiropractor Josh Rowell, DC at Chicago Spine & Joint Care is one of the leading chiropractors in the Chicago area at combining chiropractic medicine, injury rehabilitation and disease prevention. Dr. Rowell is a chiropractor committed to providing pain relief for many symptoms and conditions so that you can have a higher quality of life. Beyond this, his goal is to keep patients pain free and able to maintain a high quality of life as they age with minimal need for our care. Don't just take our word for it though; visit our testimonials page to see what our patients have to say.


At our downtown Chicago chiropractic office you will receive the best care through the use of modern chiropractic techniques, massage therapy, and rehabilitation modalities. This "combination" of therapies is by far the most effective way to treat most conditions. Dr. Rowell and the staff at Chicago Spine & Joint Care have a genuine concern for your well-being and health! Call us today and we can develop a plan specifically for you.

Need An Experienced Chicago Chiropractor?

Chicago Spine & Joint Care has been providing quality, effective chiropractic care to residents and workers in the downtown and "Loop" sections of Chicago since 2005. Dr. Josh Rowell is a frequent guest speaker at numerous downtown businesses where he offers workshops, educational sessions and health screenings to office workers during lunch, before or after work.

Conditions We Can Help With

Patients come to our chiropractic clinic in downtown Chicago for many different reasons. Some are seeking to restore health naturally while others are looking for immediate relief from both chronic and acute symptoms. Some of the symptoms and conditions our top chiropractic team tackles every day include:

What Types of Patients Do We See?

Adults: Many of the adults we see have been in auto accidents or have been injured on the job. Work-related injuries include one-time events like falls, strains and accidents or conditions that arise from repetitive stresses like carpal tunnel syndrome. Whether you need a back pain chiropractor or a personal injury chiropractor, Dr. Rowell can help manage your pain and restore your good health.

Office Workers: As a downtown Chicago Loop chiropractor, a large number of our patients are local office workers and executives - lawyers, bankers, managers, etc… These professionals value convenience. In most cases they are able to walk to our clinic before or after work or during lunch without disrupting their work schedule.

Auto Injury Victims: Whether you were involved in a high speed pile-up or a small fender bender, the spine often sustains damage in car accidents. Common issues are ailments include whiplash, strains, tingling, numbness or acute pain. An auto injury chiropractor is able to evaluate you even if you are not experiencing any current symptoms to see if any damage was done by the accident.

Athletes: Adult and teen athletes often come see us complaining of pain in the back and neck resulting from various sports injuries. Many people don't think of chiropractic care for hips, knees, shoulders and arms, but a qualified extremity or sports chiropractor can help relieve pain and restore proper function to arms and legs in addition to the back. We see athletes from all sports especially those that are high-impact and more likely to cause injury such as football, basketball, running or skiing.

Expectant Mothers: A maternity chiropractor works with pregnant women to relieve the stresses and discomfort of pregnancy. While some of this is due to the hormonal changes that occur, most is caused by the biomechanical changes that the body goes through while pregnant. Gentle manipulation of the spine along with specific massage techniques are aimed specifically at the structures in the lower back that trigger the pain response. My experience in treating pregnant women has been some of the most rewarding in my career.

Techniques Used in our Chicago Chiropractic Office

Many of these chiropractic techniques may not mean anything to you unless you have been to another chiropractor in Chicago or elsewhere that uses them. What you should glean from this list is that Dr. Josh Rowell is trained in a variety of styles and techniques. This allows him to provide the right type and level of care to each patient. Specific techniques used in our office include:

  • Diversified technique
  • Acupuncture
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Physical therapy
  • Activator technique

Services Beyond Chiropractic

We are pleased to offer massage therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, and orthotic casting services all under the same roof in our downtown Chicago office. A holistic approach using multiple therapy methods provides for better patient outcomes. Being able to access all these services in one visit saves the patient valuable time and ensures that there is coordination of care.

Wellness Products Available

We offer a variety of products to help maintain your good health including pillows, mouse pads and home exercise equipment. These products will help you maintain the results you achieve at our office. Some of these products include; lower back supports, pain reliving cream, cervical pillows, and exercise balls.

Making an Appointment

Call Chicago Spine and Joint Care on (312) 583-0061 or use our online appointment request to schedule your visit.
If you are new to our website, please browse around to learn about our practice or click here to view our new patient special. Existing patients can click here to view our current patient specials.

Staying in Touch

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Chicago Spine and Joint Care is rated 4.86 out of 5 based on 40 ratings. Read our patient reviews.

"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison

Dr. Josh Rowell | Downtown Chicago Loop Chiropractor 
Chicago Spine & Joint Care (CSJC) | (312) 583-0061

111 W Jackson Blvd, Suite 1160
Chicago, IL 60604

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Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Josh Rowell

    Dr. Rowell was born in Morton, Illinois. For his undergraduate studies, Dr. Rowell attended the University of Illinois where he received a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology in 2008. He then went on to study National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL. While at National, Dr. Rowell became a certified Chiropractic Acupuncturist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner.

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  • Dr.
    Timothy Gilbert

    Born and raised in Woodridge, Illinois, Dr. Gilbert attended grade school and junior high at Holy Trinity Catholic School in Westmont and then graduated from Downers Grove North High School. He went on to study at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where he graduated, with honors, with a B.S. in Kinesiology and Minor in Chemistry.

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  • "I had some neck and back pain when I got there, but he handled that. I will return for the full treatment of the massage and alignment."
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