I grew up in St. Louis, a West County native. I have many hobbies and interests. Most of them revolve around the outdoors, water activities and culinary arts. I love to travel and explore new cultures.
I always rescue my dogs from shelters and enjoy adjusting animals too.
I am a graduate of Southwest Missouri State with a degree in Marketing/Psychology. I was a member of a repertory dance company in my younger years. Through dancing, and my injuries, I was lead to Chiropractic.
I am a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic.
I hold licenses in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Missouri
1992- Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
1992-2010 Chirodontic Certifications in Structural Intensive, Dental Techniques, Cranial Techniques, Flow Charting, Advanced Dental Occlusal concepts, Visceral and Nutritional Techniques
1993- Interdisciplinary TMD Association Certification, for Trauma Induced TMD
1994- Advanced TMJ/Orthodontic Certification through Dr. Brock Rondeau
1994 Mid America Orthodontic Society Certification from John Witzig DDS
1995- Certified in BEST, Dr. Morter
1996- Certified in STO, Soft Tissue Orthopedics, Dr. M.L. Reese
2005- Golf Injury Certified, Blanchard Academy of Golf
2011- Certified Internal Health Specialist, Dr. Howard Loomis
American Association of Functional Orthodontics
International association of Orthodontics
Mid America Orthodontic Society
Missouri Sate Chiropractic Association
American Chiropractic Assocaitojn
American Academy of Facial and Cranial Pain
TEK Scan, F-Scan
Laser Light Therapy and Scalar Waves
Do Terra Essential Oils
Dr. Walker’s Thoughts
I believe that the body never does anything wrong. It innately tells us, or gives us signs and maybe symptoms that something is not “right”.
When I adjust patients I am enabling the body to speak clearer. If we take the trash out of the way, we get a clearer picture of what is going on.
The key to health is to first establish a norm or a good alignment of the spine, This gives us neurological integrity and a good communication between the body and the brain.
If the planes of the body are balanced and level the nervous system can be at ease, thus reducing the body’s need to adapt and compensate.
Compensation is a normal event in life, It is when compensation fails that we experience pain and /or symptoms(warning signs).
In this day and age, health is a journey, a constant battle. We are bombarded daily with stressors and toxins. It takes a lot of work to maintain Health throughout your life.
I love all alternative healthcare techniques. They all have their place and work very well at specific times. It is my opinion that there is a beneficial order in which these techniques should be utilized, and of course, finding out which ones work best for you.
True health and balnce also involves looking at and addressing if needed, one’s teeth/occlusion/bite. It has been shown many times how influential the bite is in providing stability for the rest of the musculoskeletal system.
Finallly, nutrition and life style must be addressed. Therefore, balancing the whole system,,,, Nose to Toes.
There is no one thing in life that will keep you healthy forever, and it seems like a battle sometimes getting to YOUR optimal state of health. Yet, once you achieve it, it is much easier to maintain. I am here to help you on your journey to health.