Dr. Chris A. Wilson has served families of the Winfield, Kansas, area with chiropractic care for more than 18 years. He graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College–Kansas City.

Advantage Family Chiropractic provides preventative care and ongoing patient care through chiropractic services. Whether you’re experiencing back pain, headaches, joint pain, sustained injuries or have recently undergone physical trauma, we’re committed to providing each patient with a custom and holistic treatment plan with one goal in mind: your wellness. Dr. Wilson specializes in pediatric chiropractic care and chiropractic care for expectant mothers.

DR. WILSON’S METHOD
Dr. Wilson uses a hand-held tool that provides quick, low-force impulse at specific points. This gentle method has two major advantages: speed and localized force. The speed of the activator means your body’s muscles are less likely to tense up or resist treatment, which allows the treatment to be more effective. The applicat
ion of localized force prevents additional torque or bending movement to the joint. This method provides gentle and specific care.

 

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diets and in the cause and prevention of disease.” — Thomas Edison

LIFE OUTSIDE OF ADVANTAGE FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
Dr. Wilson loves spending time with his family, his wife of 35 years Brenda, two adult sons, Sutton, Caleb and wife Chelsea. Dr. Wilson pursues an healthy lifestyle. He is an avid runner and has competed in more than 30 half marathons and 5 full marathons. Dr. Wilson is also an active member of the Winfield community. He attends and regularly volunteers at First United Methodist Chur
ch. He serves as an ally for Circles Cowley County, a nonprofit that works to empower people and families with the connections they need to break the cycle of poverty. Dr. Wilson serves members of the community impacted by domestic violence and also volunteers with the Rotary Club of Winfield, the Cowley County Historical Society and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cowley County.

Dr. Wilson holding a few of his race medals.