Hutchinson’s Revive Chiropractic is July Small Business of the Month

A Hutchinson native came back to her hometown after finishing chiropractic school and opened an office on 30th Avenue where she treats patients of all ages, from infants to elderly patients. Her two assistants are also Hutchinson natives. 

This month, the Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber of Commerce named Revive Chiropractic and Acupuncture July’s Small Business of the Month.

Dr. Stacia Biel, chiropractor and owner of Revive Chiropractic and Acupuncture, works with patients alongside a chiropractic assistant, Kayci Glass, and an office manager, Janelle Vieyra.

“I’m a family-focused practice,” Biel said. “I see everybody, but I definitely focus a lot on pregnancy and young kids.”

The small chiropractic practice operates from 210 E. 30th Ave., in Hutchinson, where Biel said she focuses on family care.

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Dr. Stacia Biel, D.C., owner of Revive Chiropractic and Acupuncture, adjusts her chiropractic assistant Kayci Glass while demonstrating some of her treatment methods on Tuesday, Aug. 2, in Hutchinson.

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Biel grew up in Hutchinson, trained in chiropractic and acupuncture practices, at Cleveland Chiropractic College and returned to Hutchinson to begin Revive Chiropractic in 2015.

While earning her Doctor of Chiropractic, Biel studied acupuncture for four years and decided to incorporate the practice permanently into her business, offering it to new and returning patients.


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