Discover the Wonders of Chiropractic at Dr. Toby’s Place

By Mike Hitschler on July 4, 2022

Dr. Toby's Place

For the past 18 years, Dr. Tobin Lingafelter, with the motto ‘healthcare…simplified,’ has been offering traditional chiropractic services, PEMF (Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy), Doctor Supervised Weight Loss, and Functional Medicine/ Clinical Nutrition Services at Dr. Toby’s Place in the St. Louis area.

“What makes my treatment different is that I do not recommend giant treatment plans for simple issues that should be resolved in a few visits. There is a trend out there for over recommending care, which is a crime in my opinion. I have a genuine concern for my patient’s well-being, and I am committed to providing them a higher quality of life without breaking their bank.”

Dr. Tobin Lingafelter is the owner of Dr. Toby’s Place, a Ballwin native, running his business in Crestwood, Sunset Hills, MO. He loves the fact that he gets to experience all four seasons in one day in this city. He is married with 3 kids, runs his business by himself, and is a former golf professional. In his downtime, he also enjoys playing golf, fishing, and playing guitar in a band.

Dr. Tobin Lingafelter

Dr. Tobin is what we like to call a Local Biz Hero, a self-made entrepreneur who brings true value to his community. High standards of professionalism and the strong work ethics of small business owners like Dr. Tobin are the infrastructures of the St. Louis economy. Every dollar that Dr. Tobin makes goes back to supporting the local business ecosystem and the community as Dr. Toby’s Place offers a monthly donation to folds of honor.

We sat down with Dr. Tobin Lingafelter for a quick interview –

Q: Why did you go into this business?
A: I came into Chiropractic after having several positive experiences in my youth. I am keen to understand what my patient has to say so that I can offer them the best care on this journey to wellness together.

Q: What’s the main problem you solve for your customers?
A: My main objective is to help my patients get healthier on the inside with supplementation and weight loss, which is far more rewarding than any review I receive. I mostly handle run-of-the-mill aches and pains, headaches, low back pain, neck pain, shoulder, hip, knee, elbow, etc. I strive to provide complete care and optimal health to my patients.

 Q: If you could share one tip with the readers for choosing a chiropractor, what would it be? A: If a chiropractor is going to parade you around their office for an hour per visit, give you 4 different therapies, and then bill $400 per visit to the insurance company, my suggestion is to run away as fast as you can! Find a chiropractor who listens to you and your body and prescribes treatments targeted to your wellness needs and interests.

For those of you who are looking for a professional chiropractor for any type of work, Dr. Toby’s Place should be your first choice. Discover the wonders of chiropractic and wellness with Dr. Tobin Lingafelter and receive the best care with modern chiropractic technology and techniques.



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