Chiropractor Columbia City, Indiana

Our Practice

Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Alarie Chiropractic Center's office operations. To ensure your convenience, below is the information you need about our hours, location, appointment scheduling, insurance acceptance and billing.

Alarie Chiropractic
514 North Line Street
Columbia City, IN 46725

Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday by appointment only

Closed Thursday and daily for lunch

Click here for door to door driving directions


We know you have many choices when choosing a Chiropractor in Columbia City, Indiana, so we have made requesting an appointment a simple process via our Web site. If, for any reason, you cannot keep a scheduled appointment or will be delayed, please call as soon as possible. Charges may be incurred for appointments cancelled less than 24 hours before scheduled appointment time.

Due to the fact that our office is often very busy, we are no longer able to offer walk in appointments.  As always, we will try to schedule an appointment for you as quickly as possible. We thank you for your understanding.

New patients should allow 45 minutes to 1 hour for your first visit. Please allow 15 minutes for standard adjustment appointments.

Payment Policies

We accept checks, cash or credit cards. We also offer a flexible payment plan. Please see our Financial Coordinator for details.

Insurance and Billing

We do accept most major medical insurance (coverage depends on your plans benefits) and also are a provider for:

  • Parkview/Signature Care
  • Aetna
  • PHP
  • Sagamore
  • Blue Cross / Blue Shield
  • PHP
  • United Healthcare
  • Lutheran Preferred
  • Three Rivers Preferred
  • Encore
  • Medicare

Facilities and Equipment

Here at the Alarie Chiropractic Center we are proficient in a multitude of techniques, which include: Activator, Thompson, Gonstead, SOT, Pierce, Pierce-Stillwagon, Toggle, Pediatric adjusting and extremity work. This wide variety of techniques allows us to take care of a wide range of people: from a gentle adjustment on a newborn infant or osteoporitic patient, or to a more traditional full spine technique on most other people.