Leach Chiropractic

Dr. Robert A. Leach, DC, MS, CHES

Special Announcement For Leach Chiropractic Patients

COVID-19 Notice to Patients:

We share your heightened concerns considering the 2020 outbreak of COVID-19. In addition to following our normal protocol of sanitizing our adjusting tables and hands between patients, we will closely follow our schedule and do our best to avoid more than a few patients in our office, encouraging social distancing. Here are a few things you can do to help:

  • Keep your appointments as scheduled, and kindly call 662-323-2371 to let our staff know when you are running early or late, so that we can make accommodations to avoid too many patients in the office at the same time.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands before touching your face, and after leaving our office as you would any public or medical facility.
  • If you have difficulty breathing, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room immediately.
  • If you have a cough, a fever (100.4 F or higher), or other flu-like symptoms, then reschedule your appointment, stay at home, and contact your PCP with any concerns. [more information here ]
  • For patients who decide to stay at home, a virtual visit may be scheduled for up to 15 minutes with Dr Leach to discuss any aspect of your diagnosis and care, including in home exercises and other self-care [call 662-323-2371 to ask about or schedule a virtual visit].

April 2020 Leach Chiropractic Newsletter:

Leach Chiropractic Welcomes Dr Zachary Thomas

Leach Chiropractic officially welcomed Dr Zachary Thomas, (Starkville Academy ’12, MSU ’16) to the practice here in Starkville on April 17, 2020. 

Drawn to Serve as a Chiropractor in his Home Town

Dr. Zachary Thomas had been accepted into PT school as he approached graduation from Mississippi State University, but says that after an internship in Starkville, seeing patients recover from even chronic crippling pain, he switched and decided to go to Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta. He says he wanted to help people recover from serious problems, and wanted to come back home where he was born and raised.

Interest in Treating Sport Injuries

A former middle linebacker and TE for Starkville Academy as well as a center for Starkville Academy Basketball, while studying kinesiology at MSU Dr. Thomas found the time to help manage the MSU football team wide receivers, and was a practice player for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. While practicing in Starkville he plans to continue his education with a focus on treating sport injuries, and to earn certification as a sports chiropractor (CCSP).

Family Atmosphere and Patient Centered Evidence Based Approach

Dr Thomas said that he chose his senior chiropractic internship at Leach Chiropractic because he was attracted to the family atmosphere and patient centered, evidence-based approach to treatment of patients. He says that he is excited to have the opportunity to serve patients in the Starkville community.