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Welcome to Center for Wellness Chiropractic Care

Your Mundelein and Lake County Health and Wellness Resource!

 (847) 949-0063 

      In 2012 Dr. Jonathan Engstrom, DC, CCSP, CKTP created a healthcare practice that offers conservative, non-invasive treatment options. Our multidisciplinary clinic recognizes the body as a whole system and goes well beyond the standards of Chiropractic Care. By utilizing the benefits of Chiropractic Adjustments, Range of Motion, Sports Medicine Techniques, and Massage Therapy, we can assist you and your family in achieving a healthy lifestyle.

We encourage you to explore our web site to learn more. Please feel free to email or call should you have any questions. We look forward to being a part of your healthcare team!

Center For Wellness Chiropractic Care


Dr. Jonathan Engstrom
Mundelein Chiropractor | Center for Wellness Chiropractic Care | (847) 949-0063

700 N. Lake Street Suite 102
Mundelein, IL 60060

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

3 PM - 7 PM

Tuesday:

9 AM - 12 PM

3 PM - 7 PM

Wednesday:

3 PM - 7 PM

Thursday:

9 AM - 12 PM

3 PM - 7 PM

Friday:

OFFICE CLOSED

Saturday:

9 AM - 1 PM

Sunday:

OFFICE CLOSED

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  • "Dr. Jon is amazing!! Really takes his time with all his patients! Our whole family goes there!!! Siri S."
    Mundelein, IL

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