Drs. Adam and Megan Ries

Drs. Ries, a husband and wife team, are both summa cum laude graduates of Palmer College of Chiropractic. They studied techniques focused on locating and correcting structural spinal shifts. These shifts lead to a weak foundation and less than optimal function of the body. They are two of the only chiropractors in the Greater Des Moines area focused NeuroStructural Correction. In addition, both doctors have post-graduate training to work with pregnant women and children. They are certified in Webster’s Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).

Drs. Ries met and completed their undergraduate work at Wartburg College, earning bachelor degrees in Biology. Originally from Iowa, Drs. Ries acknowledge that, as patients, the people of the Des Moines area appreciate receiving care and advice from doctors that live lifestyles of health and wellness.  Drs. Megan and Adam have a passion to serve families, athletes, and those looking to resolve the underlying cause of their health challenges in West Des Moines and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Megan Ries

Dr. Megan volunteers as an Urbandale Chamber Connector and serves on the leadership team of the chamber’s genYP group. She is also a business member of the Des Moines chapter of FemCity. She serves on the leadership team of the Greater Des Moines Toastmasters Club, a current member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), Iowa Chiropractic Society, and the Iowa Chiropractic Education and Research Foundation’s Emerging Leaders program. In addition to helping people in the office, she also volunteers at her church. She enjoys running, exercising at local gyms, reading, and spending time with family and friends..

Dr. Adam Ries

Dr. Adam serves as a board member with the West Des Moines Kiwanis Club and volunteers as a West Des Moines Chamber Ambassador. He also serves on the leadership team for Accelerate, the chamber’s young professionals group. He is also a member of the Iowa Chiropractic Society and International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). When he’s not helping people in the office, he enjoys running, trying new recipes, music, and spending time with family and friends.