Baby & Mommy
New borns should have their spines checked by a chiropractor to allow for proper nervous system development. The soon to be mother should also be getting her adjustments prior to delivery to help ease her pregnancy and delivery. Dr. Woodroof uses a very gentle adjustment.
Teenagers are constantly putting their spines under stress through maturation, sporting events and “text-neck”. Studies have shown athletes under regular chiropractic care have less sports related injuries.
Studies have shown that senior citizens under chiropractic care seek less medication use and less visits to their primary care physician. Dr. Woodroof uses a very gentle adjustment.
Even minor fender-benders can cause significant misalignments to the spine and not manifest until later in life, which can sometimes be “too late.” Please call if you have been in an accident and come get checked by Dr. Woodroof.
Dr. Woodroof grew up in Overland Park, Kansas where he graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High school, and then Kansas State University. From January 2013, to April 2016, he attended and graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College. Dr. Woodroof has always had a mindset of wanting to help others through any means necessary. It wasn’t until early high school when he became interested in chiropractic. The idea of enabling a person’s unique ability to heal themselves through corrective spinal adjustments truly resonated with him when he was younger. So Dr. Woodroof decided to become a chiropractor, which meant he would spend the next 8 years studying anatomy, physiology, chemistry, radiology, differential diagnosis, technique courses and much more. Dr. Woodroof fully immersed himself in his studies and clinicals graduating with his Doctorate of Chiropractic with honors. Dr. Woodroof and staff provide evidence-based chiropractic and acupuncture care to serve the entire community by educating, inspiring and managing patients through wellness programs.
2) Educate the community about preventative chiropractic care and acupuncture.
3) To become a trusted resource of health related questions.
4) Above all else, to hold the care and best interests of our patients as our number one priority, practicing with loving intentions.