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Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Curtis Baird

    Experience:

    • Practicing since 1982

    Education:

    • Belleville Area College, Belleville, IL - Associate of Science Degree
    • Logan Chiropractic College, Chesterfied, MO - Doctorate in Chiropractic

    Professional Association:

    • Foundation for Wellness Education
    • Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association
    • Epicenter of Chiropractic

    Dr. Baird has been practicing the science and art of chiropractic since 1982 when he graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. Baird has always had an interest in helping others, but his focus on Chiropractic as the means to fulfill that dream came following a personal health crisis of his own. After a couple years of being treated unsuccessfully through traditional allopathic medicine an unfortunate work injury caused him to seek the aid of a chiropractor for an explanation, and as they say the rest is history.

    Although Dr. Baird practices general family alternative care, he most enjoys helping others suffering from chronic health issues; particularly diabetes, but also arthritis, high blood pressure and gastrointestinal conditions. Through lifestyle counseling, appropriate nutritional and dietary balancing he has improved multiple generations.

    Following his graduation, Dr. Baird worked as an associate doctor for four years before settling in Edwardsville and beginning private practice. Throughout his practice Dr. Baird has always used the model of the old school family doctor to communicate and teach individuals and families about health and wellness. During this time he has also continued to advance his education to remain at the forefront of knowledge to best aid those who seek him out. Dr. Baird's office strives to create an enlightened and refreshing, healing environment while incorporating the latest state-of-the-art technology and information. Families and individuals search out Dr. Baird's practice for improved health and wellness in addition to his expertise in the principles of anti-aging.

    Dr. Baird has become one of the leading health and wellness advocates and educators in Edwardsville since 1988. His belief that the strength of a community depends on the health of its residents spurs his contribution of countless hours to the education and promotion of health and wellness. As a volunteer doctor or the Foundation for Wellness Education, hundreds of area residents are educated annually on the healing power of the body and overall benefits of healthy lifestyle choices.

    Dr. Baird is the proud parent of two daughters, Jennilee and Jessica. Dr. Baird is an empty-nester who enjoys catching up on his reading, working in the yard gardening or do-it-yourself home improvement projects when not in the office. The small town atmosphere of Edwardsville and Glen Carbon was the initial attraction for Dr. Baird. It reinforces his commitment to positively impact the health of the community through his desire to fill the role of the small-town 'family doctor.'

    And of course Dr. Baird gets adjusted regularly!

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Main Street Chiropractic

Monday:

8:30am - 12:00pm

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Tuesday:

By Appt.

Wednesday:

8:30am - 12:00pm

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Thursday:

Closed

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Friday:

8:30am - 2:00pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Main Street Chiropractic has been and continues to be a major part of my health and wellness. When you walk in, you are welcomed by the wonderful staff. I am always greeted with a smile and a heartfelt hello. Throughout the office, you feel a sense of joy, peace, patience, kindness and goodness. These are some of the fruits of the Spirit found in Galatians 5:22. The reason I say this is because Dr. Baird and his staff are Christians. I know that Dr. Baird and his staff serve with the gifts and talents that they have been blessed with. Healing is physical, mental, emotional and spiritual at Main Street Chiropractic."
    -Connie V. / Glen Carbon, IL

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