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3100 N. Academy Blvd. Suite 103

Colorado Springs, CO 80917 US

(719) 360-6958

Dr. Emily Law


  • Dr.
    Emily Law
    chiropractor

    Dr. Emily Law grew up in New Mexico and was an athlete from a very young age. Starting gymnastics at the age of 3 and continuing throughout high school she was not a stranger to aches and pains.  On top of gymnastics she also was involved in cheerleading, tennis and dance. After years of pain and no relief with pain medication Dr. Emily’s parents decided to take her to the chiropractor. After a series of chiropractic treatments Dr. Emily realized she was living pain free and was able to function as a normal teenager again! This is when she became interested in chiropractic for her career.

    After graduating high school Dr. Emily attended Texas Tech University.  From day one at “Tech” she began taking the appropriate courses that would lead her to chiropractic school.  

    Dr. Emily attended Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas and graduated in December of 2005.  She took many extra courses throughout chiropractic school on pregnancy and pediatrics.  She was also the President of her graduating class. 

    Dr. Emily spent much of her career thus far serving her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico. Over the 10+ years in NM her focus was on caring for the whole family.  It was not uncommon to see whole families come in to get adjusted together. Families who get adjusted together, grow in wellness together! 

    Dr. Emily and her young family of four moved back to her husband’s hometown of Colorado Springs in March of 2018. She has since joined the Peak Balance Family Wellness team and is excited to serve this community through chiropractic care. Dr. Emily is very passionate about improving the health of her community and educating them on how to take care of their spines.

    Dr. Emily encourages everyone to seek optimal health in a natural and effective way with chiropractic care.  Please call our office today to start your own journey to wellness!

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Receptionist Hours

Monday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Wednesday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Friday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Saturday:

1st & 3rd Sat

of the month

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "My back has never felt better. Dr. Harlow took the pain away that I had been living with for over 20 years and didn't even realize it. I just went back again last week and it was another amazing experience. I sleep better than I have in a long time."
    Brad M. / Colorado Springs, CO

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