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Your Saint Louis Chiropractor

Call us at (314)-647-8811 today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Saint Louis chiropractor, call (314)-647-8811 today!

St Louis Chiropractor Dr. Linda Pecaut Welcomes You!

What’s the best way to choose a chiropractor in St Louis? You’re doing it! Spend some time here exploring our chiropractic philosophy and our patients-centered focus.

Select a chiropractor who compassionately listens and is willing to explain everything in advance.

Not all chiropractors are alike! Ask questions and expect clear answers.

After you tour our website, please give me a call. I’d love to meet you and explain our unique "whole" person approach to today’s chiropractic.

Dr. Linda Pecaut
Saint Louis Chiropractor | Chiro Wholeness | (314)-647-8811

3123 Hampton Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63139

Office Hours


4:30 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-4:30 pm


9:00 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-4:30 pm


9:00 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-6:00 pm


By Appointment


By Appointment



Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Linda Pecaut

    Dr. Linda helps people relieve their pain in Saint Louis, MO so they can focus on their individual healing journey. As an experienced chiropractor, Dr. Linda is committed to promoting health and wholeness for all.

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Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I was surprised by how much I learned during my visit! Thanks!"
    Anna G.
  • "I’m so happy I found Dr. Linda. She is amazing and makes me feel comfortable."
    Mary S.
  • "Chiro Wholeness exemplifies whole health!"
    Debbie H.
  • "Very friendly staff and well versed in helping a person’s overall health needs."
    Rick V.
  • "My 1st time seeing a Chiropractor – Dr. Linda is very personable, kind, well informed and helps me to relax. I enjoy my visits – especially the roller table!"
    Susan W.
  • "Made me feel extremely comfortable with the whole experience!"
    Katherine L.
  • "I was scared to come in but Dr. Linda made me feel so at ease. She has a very calming nature. She made me feel like completely comfortable and that she was going to do whatever she could to help me and she has. I truly believe that she is an angel."
    Kathleen D.
  • "I enjoyed the relaxed tone of the office, it is very comforting. Dr. Pecaut is wonderful with explanations and adjustments. I really liked the overview I received on the first visit on what and how my body is doing. Thank you."
    Angela M.
  • "I am so very, very grateful for you. Of all my experiences with chiropractors over the years, you’re work is by far the most effective. The results I’m experiencing far surpass any expectation I could have imagined, especially after only a couple visits — AMAZED! Thank you for your expertise and genuine concern for the well-being of this body."
    Adam S.
  • "The initial examination confirmed all of my issues right in front of me on a computer monitor generated by a scanner of sorts being rolled up my back! I am not one who can handle the normal cracking of a chiropractic adjustment, so this method is absolutely perfect for me! Dr. Linda is obviously caring and concerned about total wellness! I will be a regular at Chiro Wholeness as long as I reside in St Louis!"
    Kimberly B.

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