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Welcome to Infinity Chiropractic
Your Waukee and Pella PEDIATRIC Chiropractor

Call us at 515-264-3405 in Waukee or 641-628-1133 in Pella today!

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We are blessed and excited to have the opportunity to serve you and your family along with the rest of our community! At Infinity it is our mission to help re-develop the underdeveloped and to give EVERY child the ability to #LIVEWITHOUTLIMITS. We want to get you and your family as healthy as possible, and keep you healthy for the rest of your lives! Infinity started as a husband and wife team, but we have been blessed to grow our Infinity staff! Check out our wonderful extended family by clicking  HERE ! Our team understands the importance of family and keeping the whole crew healthy. We truly embrace family within the office; making sure you and your family feel at home and comfortable at Infinity...you become part of our growing Infinity Family. :)

DR. JOSH focuses on pediatrics and working with kids with developmental delays. It is his goal to help kids who are underdeveloped, re-develop so they can #LIVEWITHOUTLIMITS !

 DR. TYLER focuses on pediatrics, pregnancy & family wellness. His goal is to provide better birth experiences &  help infants and children begin life with a great foundation for development so families can #LIVEWITHOUTLIMITS !

Raising healthy children is easier than fixing sick adults!

We value educating our community and patients; that is why consultations are always complimentary. With our office being different from others in the area, we want to be sure all questions are answered. If you are interested in learning more or have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us! Dr. Josh and/or Dr. Tyler would be more than happy to have a phone consultation with you to answer any questions you may have! 





OUR MISSION

At Infinity Chiropractic Center, it is our mission to help re-develop the underdeveloped and to give every child the opportunity to LIVE WITHOUT LIMITS! We want to help you and your family get to your God-given, optimal health so you can have little to no limitations in your lives.

It is our mission to help kids reach their developmental milestones. We find that when they have primitive reflexes present and they have developed improper movement patterns, these milestones are not met.

Our office is designed to help your child's body heal as efficiently and effectively as possible, so they can.....

LIVE WITHOUT LIMITS

Dr. Josh Madsen

Dr. Tyler Davis


Waukee Chiropractor | Infinity Chiropractic Center | 515-264-3405
 

Pella Chiropractor | Infinity Chiropractic Center | 641-628-1133

{95 N.E. Dartmoor Dr}
Waukee IA 50263

915 Broadway St.  Pella, IA 50219


Testimonials

  • "Dr. Josh and his wife are two of the most caring individuals in chiropractic. Not only are they extremely knowledgable but you can tell they really and truly care about you and your family. Would absolutely reccomend to friends and family"

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Office Hours

Summer Schedule by Doctor

Dr. Josh's Schedule

Monday:

9am-5pm

Tuesday:

10am-1pm

2pm-6pm

Wednesday:

PELLA ONLY from 10am- 5:30pm

Thursday:

9am-4pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Dr. Tyler's Schedule

Monday:

pella only from 10am-5:30pm

Tuesday:

9am-12pm

1pm-5pm

Wednesday:

9am-12pm

1pm-5pm

Thursday:

9am-12pm

1pm-5pm

Friday:

7am-12pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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