WELCOME TO KUHN SPORT & SPINE!
The very first thing you should know is -
We do things differently.
The biggest difference between our practice and other chiropractors is in our treatment philosophy and advanced training. Treat the person, not their diagnosis. You are different and unique.
So why does everyone with your condition get
treated the same way?
"Our greatest reward is returning patients
to their active lifestyles in the
shortest time-frame possible."
Best Chiropractor in Cornelius!
Dr. Mitchel Kuhn is a third-generation Chiropractor
bringing added value to his patients by specializing in Activator and Soft Tissue Techniques: Active Release, Myofascial Release and Graston. Additionally, Dr. Kuhn has completed Post-Doctoral studies in the specialized field of Sports Medicine and is certified by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians as a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP®).
As a leader in the promotion of health and wellness, Dr. Kuhn has accumulated an extensive knowledge of the musculoskeletal and nutritional components of the human body. His passion for better health for his patients led to the establishment of Kuhn Sport & Spine.
Dr. Andrew Schneider, originally from the Charlotte area, received his bachelors in Athletic Training from UNC Charlotte. He also received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University in Dallas, TX. He’s worked as an athletic trainer for the Charlotte 49er’s football team and the New Orleans Saints. Dr. Schneider also has previous experience as a kettlebell and functional training coach. He specializes in functional and kettlebell rehabilitation. In addition, Dr. Schneider utilizes myofascial release techniques and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization in his chiropractic treatments.
Providing chiropractic care for those in Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Lake Norman.
Activator is a highly desirable method of treatment for pediatric and geriatric cases. It also be utilized for adjusting other joints, including the extremities TMJ joint of the jaw.
Olympic athletes, including all-time great Michael Phelps, are “cupping” to help heal injuries and get better blood flow to muscles.While we might not all be an Olympic athlete - we can help
you recover like one!