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Welcome to Back To Motion Chiropractic!


Located in the heart of Scottsdale, Dr. Jennifer Polk and Back to Motion Chiropractic are dedicated to helping you acheive your wellness objectives.  Utilizing the "whole person approach", Dr. Polk's approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbace or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustment that would optimize the conditions for normal function.

With Dr. Jennifer Polk, you will enjoy a unique, comfortable, and exceptional chiropractic experience.  As a patient, you will never feel rushed, as she utilized chiropractic, physiotherapy, rehabilitiation, and nutrition to get her patients back on track to a healthy lifestyle.  She believes knowledge is power and will therefore educate her patients on the human body and how to prevent injury and disease.  Since her top priority is always to provide the hightest quality of care to her patients, she offers flexible hours to accommodate her patients' busy lives.

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Dr. Jennifer Polk
Scottsdale Chiropractor | Back To Motion Chiropractic |  480-941-1555

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Meet Dr. Polk

  • Dr.
    Jennifer Polk,

    Dr. Jennifer Polk, D.C. is a Chiropractic Physician licensed to integrate Chiropractic Medicine and Physiotherapy. She is a native of Scottsdale, AZ and a graduate of Paradise Valley High School. She received her B.S. degree in Physiological Sciences from the University of Arizona. Prior to graduate school, she worked in Physical Therapy and as a Certified Personal Trainer. It was at this time that she discovered her passion for the art of natural healing through Chiropractic Medicine. Read More


  • "I have been seeing Dr. Jen for years. She does more than just crack backs! She has helped my daughter with Migrane's, my Husband with muscle injuries from heavy exercise and myself with neck, shoulder, jaw and foot pain. She truly gets you out of pain and back to motion."
    -Kim Panozzo

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