309 S. West Ave Suite #1
Crooks, SD 57020

About Us


New Hope Chiropractic's purpose is to promote health through education, nutrition and chiropractic treatment.

Our employees strive to make patient's health care experience simple, worry-free and positive; assisting patients in the maintenance of his/her continued health.


My name is Daniel Schlueter, but most of my patients know me as Dr. Dan. I grew up in Crooks, went to Tri-Valley High School, then attended the University of South Dakota in Vermillion for my bachelor's degree. When I began college I knew that I had aspirations of working in the healthcare field. Following college, I attended Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington Minnesota and graduated in early April, 2005. New Hope Chiropractic was opened on April 25, 2005.

Treatment Style

I enjoy the small town feel of Crooks, which is why I chose to open my clinic here. My treatment style has roots connected to the small town atmosphere and that is what I enjoy most. I know nearly all of my patients on a first name basis and they enjoy the same comfort level with me. I will do what it takes to help my patients whether that means using my chiropractic ability to improve their health or diagnose and be aware of other non-chiropractic situations that require a referral. After nearly 10 years of practice I have built a solid network of health professionals in all fields that I feel comfortable referring my patients to. This is an invaluable asset to my patients.

Why the name?

The town of Crooks was originally named New Hope. It was renamed after a gentleman by the name of David Crooks, who donated and contributed extensively to the community. As a lifelong resident of this great little town, I wanted the clinics name to represent a piece of history.

Community Involvements:

  • Junior Achievement Teacher 8 yrs
  • Tri-Valley School District Board Member 1 yr
  • Crooks Development Corporation Board Member 4yrs
  • Softball, Teeball, Flag Football, sponsor for local teams 8yrs
  • Annual donations made to local groups for charitable support
  • Treatment for Toys Day in December 8 yrs, Toys donated to Heartland House