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Welcome to PFAFF CHIROPRACTIC - Family & Children's Health
Your Sioux Falls Chiropractor

As Sioux Falls' leading pediatric and family health experts, we welcome you and your family to enjoy a first-class healing experience. We believe health is really about one thing - function. How well you function determines how truly well you are. Whether you or your child have lost your health and need it repaired and restored, or if you're looking to maintain and optimize your health, we are the place for you!
We are dedicated to providing safe and effective chiropractic care tailored to meet the needs of each individual patient, especially our pre-natal and pediatric patients.

Our practice is committed to maximizing all aspects of your health through the top-notch chiropractic care we provide. We specialize in pediatrics, pregnancy and family health care. We hold a special interest in children with colic, acid reflux, allergies, ear infections, bedwetting and sensory processing disorders. Dr. Ashley holds her certification from the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice and Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics. Dr. Ashley is also Webster Technique certified and a Spinning Babies Aware Practitioner, which is used as a safe and effective means to restore proper pelvic balance and function during pregnancy. This not only minimizes pain and discomfort during pregnancy, but allows the baby to optimize the space in the pelvis for development and labor & delivery.

Gentle and Effective Care for Your Entire Family
Our chiropractic techniques and our advanced technology ensure that your family's chiropractic care is gentle. We will always modify our techniques to ensure that we deliver care that's appropriate for the age and size of the patient.
Together we will work to develop a care plan that is right for you. Throughout your care we'll explain what we're doing and answer any questions you might have.

That's why patients throughout the Sioux Empire have trusted us for their care since 2010!

Dedicated to Helping Kids, Moms & Moms-To-Be
Dr. Ashley Pfaff, D.C., CACCP
Pediatric Certified Chiropractor

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Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr.
    Ashley Pfaff

    Dr. Ashley primarily focuses her education and practice on pediatric, pregnancy and family chiropractic care. She is one of the few Doctors of Chiropractic in South Dakota that has earned her certification ... Read More


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  • "We love Dr. Ashley!! It was hands down the best decision to bring my 1 month old here!! After a couple of visits, we had a brand new baby! Now he's the happiest little guy and enjoys his visits with Dr. Ashley!!"
    - Toni F. / Sioux Falls

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