New Chiropractic Practice Opens on February 1: One for Humans and Animals
Dr. Megan Vyhlidal, 26, is opening a chiropractic office on Feb. 1 at 304 W. 23rd. It will be a satellite practice of Riggs Chiropractic, in Pittsburg. In addition to humans, she will additionally be offering animal owners a traveling chiropractic service for their pets.
The pronunciation of her name is Vil-Li-Doll, she said.
She currently works at Pittsburg Riggs Chiropractic.
“We are excited to be in Fort Scott to help promote overall wellness in the community,” Vyhlidal said.
Vyhlidal is a 2014 graduate of Pittsburg High School. She then earned a biology degree from Pittsburg State University in 2018 and graduated with a degree from Cleveland University in Kansas City in April 2022.
“I worked as an assistant at Riggs Chiropractic while going to P.S.U. for two years then in February 2022 I returned back as a intern, then in April 2022 started as a doctor,” she said.
“I was sitting in a class at P.S.U. and an admissions rep from Cleveland University talked to us,” she said. “I started exploring more and fell in love with it, and here we are.”
She also has a animal chiropractic practice.
“It’s a traveling practice,” she said. “I can go to individual homes or meet at a vet clinic.”
“I had a calling,” said of the animal chiropractic services, Vyhlidal said. “It’s extra schooling.”
The hours of operation starting Feb. 1:
7 a.m to 6 p.m. Monday, 7 a.m to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, 12:30 6 p.m. Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. to noon on Friday.
Contact her at [email protected] or by phone 620.224.2280.
She has hired an assistant, Kalyn Turner.