Arizona Chiro-Central - Chiropractor Lake Havasu City

A center for your health and wellness

Customer Supplied Image Required

Dr. Lou King graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in Illinois in 1981. He first practiced in the Midwest before moving to Arizona in 1989.

He and his wife Vicki have made Lake Havasu City their home for the past 15 years. During that time, he has served the people of Havasu in two prior offices.

For quality chiropractic care, call Arizona Chiro-Central, conveniently located in Lake Havasu City, AZ




Dr. Elisabeth “Libby” Schneider graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois in 1994. She ran a private practice for 9 years before moving to Lake Havasu City in 2008. She began working at Arizona Chiro-Central in 2009.

Prior to becoming a chiropractor, she completed her education as a Medical Technologist with a specialty in blood banking from St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, TX. She received her undergraduate education from the University of Evansville in Indiana. She also worked as a technician at Amoco Research

Louis King, D.C.

Meet our doctors

Elisabeth Schneider, D.C.

phone Louis King, D.C.

Dr. King began working at Arizona Chiro-Central in September of 2011. He purchased the clinic in January of 2012. With his much-appreciated reception, he has brought a huge patient following as well as taken over the former owner’s patient caseload.


He practices diversified techniques, formulating an approach with the patient to maximize improvement and results based on your personal experience and needs.

Elisabeth Schneider, D.C.

Center in Naperville, Illinois. She felt drawn to the chiropractic field because it is more personal, and brought a practical approach to help healing mind and body.


Her primary techniques are Biogemetric Integration (BGI) and Koren Specific Technique (KST). These techniques utilize light sustained contact adjustments and instruments (Arthrostim and Activator). She is also trained in traditional diversified adjusting. Her focus is on releasing stored tension and interference created by stress. Since stress is credited with creating the majority of all disorders, reducing stress through integration is a great way to improve overall health.