Dr. Daniel O. Reiter
Dr. Daniel O. Reiter grew up with Chiropractic. His father, Dr. Grant A. Reiter, had an office in Manchester Missouri for 40 years. Dr. Dan and his wife, Sue, opened the office in Bonne Terre in 1980. They opened 2 other offices in Ste. Genevieve and Cedar Hill. This gave 2 younger doctors a chance to own their own clinic.
In December of 2007 he opened a new office in South St. Louis. Grand Chiropractic Office is in the Southside Towers building (originally Southside National Bank). For Dr. Dan this is a reflection of his passion to promote his profession. For his daughter, Dr. Alexia, it represents an opportunity to start her own practice.
Dr. Dan’s professional memberships include the American Chiropractic Association, Missouri Chiropractic Association, and International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture. He regularly attends educational classes on treatment techniques, orthopedics, x-ray, acupuncture, diagnostics, rehabilitation, nutrition, and exam procedures. In addition to his Chiropractic license he is licensed in Acupuncture and Meridian Therapy.
Dr. Dan is a 30 year member of The Bonne Terre Chamber of Commerce where he has served on the board and as president. He has also served on his Church council and as president of the Rotary Club. He and Sue are recognized Paul Harris Fellows by the Rotary International Foundation. He has been singing baritone in the St. Louis Metro Singers for the recent 10 years.
Dr. Dan’s adjusting technique is a combination of the several he has studied through his 30 years. He may chose the traditional Diversified manipulation when appropriate. He can chose the gentle Logan Basic method when called for. He has also studied Sacro-Occipital Technique, Motion Palpation, Applied Kinesiology, soft tissue techniques, and meridian therapy (Acupuncture). This variety allows him to help people with difficult or fragile conditions.
“I am proud of my profession and the opportunity to help people return to better health. It is deeply gratifying to observe our patients recovering and thereby enjoying more out of life!”
Sue Reiter is Dr. Reiter’s wife and office manager. She has retired from teaching French at the High school level. With her 25 years of experience in the office, she is the “go-to” person for any questions about insurance.