Dr. Rachel Elmore
It’s an honor that you are taking time to read about me! My full name is Rachel Elmore, but in the office I go by Dr. Rachel or some of my kiddo patients’ call me Doc Rae Rae. I grew up in Fenton, Michigan and graduated from Michigan State University (Go Green!). My degree was in Kinesiology and a specialization in Health Promotion. After undergrad, I went to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. The best part of my graduate experience was meeting my best friend and husband, Jeff. I am so blessed to have him in my life! Some of my hobbies include gluten free cooking, working out and spending a lot of time with my son, Isaac.
I went to chiropractors growing up mainly for sports. However, as I got more interested in healthy living in college, I discovered that chiropractic was a LOT more than pain relief. Chiropractic is about turning on the 100% potential you have for your body. This potential that we all have stored in our bodies is called Innate Intelligence. It’s about discovering the CAUSE of the problems and not covering issues up with drugs and surgery.
I believe with my whole heart that I am doing what God intended me to do, and that’s getting people better and living a healthier and happier life. When you come into my office, I will promise to give you all of what I have to get you better. You are meant to heal from the inside out and I want to turn your power on!
Dr. Jeffrey Elmore
I grew up in Jackson Center, OH, a tiny one stop light town, where our claim to fame is the Airstream trailer. I was inspired to become a chiropractor after having a sports injury in high school. After suffering from low back pain for a whole basketball season I went to the local chiropractor and received my first adjustment. Within one day the low back pain was completely gone! I first became an upper cervical specific chiropractic patient while at the student clinic after suffering from blurry vision. Within a couple of visits my blurry vision completely cleared up. I was so amazed with the results that I knew I had to practice upper cervical specific chiropractic.
It was a “symptomatic” approach to health that lead me to Chiropractic, first the low back pain, then the blurred vision, but ultimately the more I have learned I realize that Chiropractic is not concerned with symptoms. We understand that symptoms are a good thing, they let us know that there is a problem with the body and we need to get to the cause of the problem. Chiropractic addresses the root cause, and chiropractors are the only ones trained in removing the source. I am so blessed to be a part of a profession that allows me to help patients get back to their 100% God given potential!
In my spare time: I enjoy reading chiropractic philosophy and history books, working outside in the yard, eating all of the great meals Dr Rachel cooks up, and most of all spending time with my son Isaac (ICEMAN).