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  • "Dr. Turley takes awesome care of my son. Because of his knowledge of athletes, he's provided a lot of relief to my son who is 16 and plays football, basketball and track. The staff is friendly and always accommodating to his schedule."
    - Michelle Bailey / Scottsdale, AZ

Welcome to Turley Chiropractic!

Office of Dr. Kevin Turley

Official Chiropractor of Arizona State University Athletics

Team Chiropractor for ASU Sun Devil Football

Welcome to the office of Dr. Kevin Turley! Dr. Turley has supported ASU athletes for the past 14 years. He is highly experienced in sports medicine, auto accidents and work injuries, as well as back pain, neck pain, and a variety of health and wellness services. To read more about Dr. Turley, click here.

At Turley Chiropractic, we accept referrals from your doctor or attorney as well as all major HMO and PPO insurances. Same day X-ray/MRI prescriptions and referrals to orthopedic/neurological specialists are available should the need arise.

Our office is conveniently located in the south Scottsdale area at Scottsdale and McDowell roads. Easy access from the 101 and 202 freeways. For directions, click here.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Scottsdale Office

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Whenever my back starts to act up I give (him) a call. I have been seeing Dr. Turley for a while and he takes good care of me. He is very friendly and professional. I am a pretty big guy and since he takes care of the ASU football team I figured he could handle me. Nice clean facility and easy yo get an appointment. Highly recommend."
    - Mike Z. / Scottsdale, AZ

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