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Blake Bell

Blake Bell

Blake is the owner and clinic director of Bell Health.

Born into chiropractic literally and figuratively in the lower level of his father's clinic at 3300 North Lindbergh, healing has been ingrained into him since the very beginning.

Growing up in Florissant, MO Blake was raised playing baseball, basketball, soccer, football and roller hockey, all competitively. After he graduated high school from Hazelwood Central, he went on to play college football at Quincy University as a long snapper, wedge buster, and offensive lineman while also on a choral scholarship. Feeling that he needed a new direction he left Q.U. after a year and went on to receive his Bachelor of Science in healthcare management from Lindenwood University.

Currently he is enrolled at Logan University to become a doctor of

chiropractic. Blake has been the clinic director since 2010. 


Blake is the executive director of "The Project 4-22 Foundation" (click for more info) a 501(c)3 Non-profit Corp that provides life-saving education to veterans to combat the epidemic of 22 veterans completing suicide daily. 


Blake enjoys spending his spare time with his family and friends. Most weekends you can catch him coaching numerous sports teams for his athletic organization "Pumas Athletic" which provides world class athletic training to the youth in the St. Charles area. A collegiate athlete in his youth and a part of numerous championship teams, he now instills that same work ethic into the leaders of tomorrow through athletics.


When not doing that, you may look to the skies and see him flying around from time to time in his "Powered Paraglider"

"I truly love what I get to do on a daily basis. There's just something I get from being a part of the healing process that I cannot get anywhere else. I love seeing people feel better and plan to do this until the day I die. Your health is incredibly important to me, and we truly value every patient that walks through our doors & trust's us to treat them. You are not just another number here, I can promise you that."


Gene D. Bell, DC



Bell Chiropractic was established in 1977 by Dr. Bell and he is the inspiration behind who we are and our vision of what true healthcare is.

Here is an article about him in the local paper a few years ago.


By Mike Thompson

As Rage Head Football Coach Mike Wyatt relays the story, it’s the last regular season game of the year against the Dayton Warbirds. Rage defensive lineman Jay Carmack has been brought to the sidelines after taking an exceptionally hard blow to the head. After being examined by team doctor Gene Bell, he’s told to have a seat on the bench. He’s suffered a concussion , and is too valuable to the team to risk further injury, which could, and most likely would , set him down for the playoffs as well. ‘’So now, its Jay the competitor versus Doc, me and good judgment,’’ said Wyatt in his office last week, ‘’ Jays telling me he can go back in, fighting with my assistant coaches to get back in the field. I asked an assistant coach if Jay could go, and the answer was yes, he says he can. Then I asked Doc, and he said Jay needs to sit it out. I told Coach Edmunds to tell Jay to have a seat. He’s done for the night.’’


It was then that Wyatt told me something I’ve long suspected after observing his relationship with our valued team Physician, Dr. Gene Bell. ‘’I trust Doc’s judgment completely. I mean, he has been absolutely correct in every, and I mean EVERY diagnosis regarding our players since he came on board, from strains to sprains, concussions, pulls, major injuries, surgery decisions, everything. I never doubt Doc, and that’s a comforting thought knowing I have someone working with our players that I can completely trust. When I send in my roster to the league on Thursday before our weekend games, I know I’ve got the best 25 players who are ready to go.’’

The education, medical school bio and resume of Dr. Gene Dennis Bell reads like a profiled’ Who’s –Who’ in some medical journal. Admittedly, even I did not know the extent of his Doctorate and Post-Doctorate education until I requested his resume from Coach Wyatt last week to write this article. You gotta be kidding me!!


It’s twenty-four, TWENTY-FOUR pages long, neatly typed, 8 by 10. Let’s just say he’s a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine with his own office on North Highway 67 / Lindbergh in Florissant, a member of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a Certified Sports Physician, and a longtime member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The former Wisconsin University running back and semi-pro football player also holds teaching certificates in both Missouri and Wisconsin, has conducted medical and chiropractic seminars around the country, is an accomplished musician, and holds a qualified pilots license. No, he’s never, at least in my presence, turned water into wine, but he has the trust and respect of everyone on the staff at Rage Headquarters, and I’m glad to say, over the past year has become a good friend.

Perhaps Coach Wyatt says it best when he told me Tuesday that ‘’Doc never really says a whole lot about himself. You’d never know he’s done as much as he has , but hey, the ones who do the most usually let the accomplishments speak for themselves.’’

Dr Gene D Bell DC

Joseph House, D.O

More info coming soon!

Dr. Emily Lober, D.C, M.S.

Dr. Emily Lober graduated in 2019 from Logan University with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree and in the following year with an additional master's degree in nutrition. As a primary physician of chiropractic, she has provided a high level of technical skills in treating a variety of patients ranging from nutritional concerns to musculoskeletal disorders. Her expertise lies in hands on treatment, evidence-based practice management with an emphasis in spinal abnormalities, joint pain, sports injuries, and personal injury.


Jessica Thompson-Gebert

Jessica is our front office manager and has been with us since early 2021. She is the smiling face you hear on the other end of the line when you call us! Jessica is born and raised in St. Charles and grew up playing athletics right here in her hometown. Jessica is also our certified phlebotomist and our microneedling professional. She enjoys spending time with her wonderful family and dog "Moose", when she's not here helping patients.


Mr. Rigglesworth "Riggs" Bell

Riggs is our resident therapy dog. He has all his shots, certifications, and training programs taken care of and he is ready to provide therapy to all of our patients and bring them back to great health. He loves to greet everyone when they arrive and might even follow you to your room for treatment. "No treats for me, but I sure do love tennis balls. They are my favorite toy. I am a golden retriever and have been on the job since I was 8 weeks old. In my free time I like to run around the yard, play with the kids, and maybe even go by the park. I love long nails and kids petting me. I hope to see you soon!" -Riggs

Patient Advocacy

Our owner & clinic director Blake Bell has traveled the world as an advocate of medical mmj for patients since 2010. He was not only involved in helping write and pass Amendment 2, but he was also the first person to sign the petition that eventually became law because he was the one getting them from the printers! He was the spokesman at both the 2016 and 2018 campaign kickoffs for New Approach Missouri & if you collected signatures during either campaign he was most likely your trainer or the person who notarized your work. He is a board member of Show-Me-Canna bis among other groups.
Blake has taken numerous trips assisting and leading veterans to the Institute of Canna bis Research Conference at Colorado State University - Pueblo to teach veteran leaders how canna bis can save lives from world renowned researchers and doctors with his 501(c)3,
"The Project 4-22 Foundation". He was even featured in "High Times" magazine for his work during the 2016 campaign!
Choosing a clinic with integrity is important, which is why
so many people across Missouri choose to see us at Bell Health. 

Grow house tour for veterans

Project 4-22 veterans touring a medical grow in Colorado in 2017 after attending the Institute of Canna Research Conference with Blakes nonprofit 501c3 organization
"The Project 4-22 Foundation"

Blake preparing his notes before announcing the 2018 New Approach Missouri Initiative Kickoff at The Schlafly Bottle House. 

Blake Bell Legalization kickoff
Blake Bell Collecting Signatures

Blake collected thousands of signatures during the New Approach campaign to legalize, trained hundreds of volunteer signature collectors and was a driving force leading up to the successful 2018 campaign

Senators, patients, and advocates, gathered in the halls of the Colorado capital moments after the hearing to add PTSD as a qualifying condition in Colorado in March 2017. Blake was there speaking in favor of the bill. 

Colorado Capital hearing
first to sign blake bell

Blake was the first person to sign the petition to legalize medical mmj in Missouri!

Blake with Dr. Sue Sisley, Teri Robnet and Greg Duran. Dr Sisley is a MD and world renowned researcher in the canna bis field. Greg and Teri are largely responsible for allocating millions in research for her organization the Scottsdale Research institute.

Blake Bell & Dr Sue Sisley
Dr Raphael Mecholum

Dr. Raphael Mecholum and Commander Thomas Mundell meeting at the 2017 ICR. Dr. Mecholum is the worlds leading scientific researcher in the field of canna bis, he even discovered THC!

High Times Freedom Fighter, April, 2017

"Giving 'em Bell"

blake bell high times
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