Spine specialist, Dr. Jenna Kloor shares a patient story about spinal arthritis. She explains her treatment approach for patients suffering from arthritic spine pain.
Dr. Jennifer Kloor (Dr. Jenna) received her Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience from Regis University in 2010. She spent the next four years studying for her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Dr Jenna is currently one of only three Cox Technic certified chiropractors in the state of Colorado. This certification and unique approach have allowed her to have remarkable success with a wide spectrum of back issues including spinal disc injuries and stenosis. In addition to private practice, Dr. Jenna works with The Chanda Center for Health, a non-profit that provides specialized chiropractic care, massage therapy, acupuncture and physical therapy for persons with physical disabilities including spinal cord injuries. In her free time, Dr. Jenna is an avid backpacker and exercise enthusiast- running her first marathon this year.
Spine specialist, Dr. Mark Korchok follows the story of an adolescent female athlete with scoliosis through her sports career, college, then treating her through her pregnancy.
Dr. Mark Korchok is an experienced and well-respected chiropractic physician in Cincinnati where he has his full-time practice. His wellness based practice integrates advanced chiropractic techniques with lifestyle education, exercise rehabilitation, nutritional counseling, athletic performance enhancement and family care. He is a Cox® Technic certified practitioner.
On this episode, spine specialist, Dr. Jasmine Hornberger shares a story of a patient with spinal stenosis who presents with groin pain, hip pain, and incontinence.
Dr. Jasmine has been in private practice in Grand Haven for almost six years and was inspired to move here in 2012 to be close to Lake Michigan. She infuses the grounded recommendations of being outside as part of her holistic approach to health and healing and enjoys hiking, sailing, paddle boarding and the beach. Dr. Jasmine has over 300 hours in functional nutrition and focuses on balancing body chemistry using Standard Process whole food supplements. She believes in supporting the internal chemical environment to aid in the recovery of injuries and imbalances. She became Cox Technic Flexion/Distraction certified in the fall of 2015 and has been implementing the gentle traction-force technique in her treatment plans ranging from minor over-use injuries to post-surgical pain syndromes and is trained to handle complex, multi-faceted clinical presentations. Dr. Jasmine is passionate about helping her community move away from pain-based, reactionary care and focuses on long-term prevention and holistic natural living. She believes everyone has the capability to remove interference in their life, restoring optimal body function and reclaiming a full, vibrant life.