Dr. Chase Bollig
Chiropractic Physician & Owner
Dr. Chase Bollig graduated from Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS, in 2010, completing his Bachelor of Psychology degree. While he was at Kansas State, he assisted in several brain and behavior research programs regarding nicotine and ethanol addictions. He also was an assistant researcher in the agricultural department, studying wheat yields regarding plant DNA hybridization and GMO gene crossing. Then after doing his own research and learning from sources outside of a textbook, it became clear that good health can be sustained naturally, without drugs or surgery, through chiropractic care, nutrition and a healthy mindset.
Dr. Bollig then went on to continue his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic and completed his doctorate in 2013. While attending Palmer, he completed extra course hours in Sports Chiropractic. He is able to diagnose and treat common athletic injuries within his scope of practice, allowing athletes to prevent and recover from injuries faster. He has also completed a certified course in Electro diagnostic studies (EMG/NVC), allowing him to diagnose and treat several Central Nervous System problems, including neuropathy and radiating pain (most common in the arms, hands, legs and feet).
Today, Dr. Bollig has taken post graduate studies not available in chiropractic school that allows them to treat severe conditions like scoliosis, not only stopping progression but reversing curvatures to certain degrees. This technique is called Chiropractic BioPhysics which looks to treat various areas affecting posture such as scoliosis, auto-accident injuries, sports injuries, improper posture from your work ergonomics or just an expecting mother, he can help reverse some of the maladies. Improving posture has been shown through a multitude of empirical research to improve overall health in the long-term. This is why he is so committed to correcting everyone’s spine from a newborn to a senior.
Dr. Bollig looks at each patient independently because they all have different needs. He incorporates all his knowledge of the techniques mentioned above and nutrition to bring the body back to a healthy self-sustaining state.
Dr. Taylor Bollig
Chiropractic Physician & Owner
Dr. Taylor Horton graduated from Radford University in Radford, VA completing her Bachelors of Science in Sports Medicine. While at Radford University, she assisted in coaching the travel swim team as well as working with college athletes. Dr. Taylor then went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic where she completed her Doctorate in Chiropractic. While attending Palmer, she was the founder and president of the Chiropractic Biophysics Club and is currently Basic Training Certified. She was an active member of the Sports Council and is currently Rock Tape Certified in Fascial Movement Taping. Dr. Taylor is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association as well as certified in the Webster Technique for prenatal care.
PRENATAL, POST NATAL AND PEDIATRIC CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Chiropractic Care throughout pregnancy, birth and childhood offers your family a solid foundation for greater health and wellness.
During pregnancy Pelvic Subluxations lead to decreased space in the pelvic inlet as well as tension to the surrounding muscles and ligaments. Chiropractic adjustments realign the pelvis, decrease nerve interference and give the baby opportunity to be in the natural birthing position. Resulting in lessened stress of labor on the mother and child.
Whether the newborn was born naturally or via Caesarian delivery, your baby may have experienced traumatic stresses to his/her spine, spinal cord and nervous system. If areas of subluxation are found, gentle adjustment is administered with the pressure used to test the ripeness of a tomato.
As the baby grows into a toddler and teenager, they start crawling, walking, running and even falling. Unfortunately the stresses of everyday life and learning new activities can lead to subluxations. Subluxations can lead to distorted posture, abnormal spine growth, and diminished or blocked nerve signals.