About Us

Spine & Sports Chiropractic, located in Belgrade, has served the Gallatin Valley for the past 25 years. Belgrade Chiropractor Dr. Dan Satchell, and colleague Dr. Kate Althans, utilize treatments such as chiropractic adjustments, physiotherapy and nutritional counseling to help patients with rehabilitation from injuries, improvements in pain management, and to focus on healthy lifestyle choices to improve wellness. The doctors of Spine and Sports Chiropractic Clinic cater to your individual needs by designing a unique chiropractic plan that addresses the source of pain and promotes natural healing from within. Contact us today to start living pain free.

OUR CHIROPRACTORS

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DR. DAN SATCHELL

OWNER, DC

Dr. Satchell is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and has been practicing in Belgrade, MT., since December 1991. After growing up in Nebraska he attended Montana State University for undergraduate studies and is a Bobcat booster and supporter. He recently completed full body certification in Active Release Technique…

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DR. KATE ALTHANS

DR. KATE ALTHANS

DC

Dr. Kate Althans graduated from New York Chiropractic College in November of 2009 with a Doctorate of Chiropractic as well as a Master’s in Applied Clinical Nutrition. Before chiropractic school she received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, NY near…

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TESTIMONIALS

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I have been a client at Spine and Sports for over 20 years. Dan and his staff have always been very professional and very effective at bringing me back into proper alignment. Weather my back pain is the result of too much stress and strain, or an injury, Dan has always been able to bring relief for me with a minimum amount of visits and always sets me up with the correct stretching routine to keep me on track and allows me to be proactive with my recovery and prevention of future problems .
I would highly recommend Dan and his well trained staff for any pain or injury issues.

Rob Tiffany January 16, 2017