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Dr. Heather Smith, Cheyenne ChiropractorMeet Dr. Heather Smith

Dr. Heather’s chiropractic journey began before ever seeing a chiropractor. Always having a desire to work with children, she grew interested in science in high school and believed she wanted to become a pediatrician. It was shortly after being introduced to the medical field that she realized traditional medicine contradicted her personal values and beliefs – she knew that health did not come from a bottle, but from within the body itself. Research led to her to discover the natural wonders of chiropractic care.

Academic Experience

Prior to moving to Davenport, Iowa with her now husband, Dr. Marley, Dr. Heather graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with her Bachelor of Science degree. Following undergraduate school, she graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic summa cum laude and as the salutatorian of her class.

An Eye-Opening Moment

During the first seminar of her ICPA certification, Dr. Heather came across a life-altering experience.

“The first seminar was taught by Dr. Jeanne Ohm. It was about the Webster Technique, which is the technique used to care for pregnant women. She also taught a lot about home birth. During the seminar, I realized how safe, gentle, and how truly normal home birth is. Before that point, I had never pictured having my babies at home.”

Today, Dr. Heather has two children, both delivered at home. Similar to her husband’s experience in Brazil, this was the moment when she realized how powerful and natural the chiropractic approach to health really is. Like Dr. Marley when he returned from Brazil, she saw how much potential family chiropractic practice has to help their community. In addition to living out her lifelong dream of working with and helping children, Dr. Heather also treats females and expectant mothers.

Dr. Heather would love to meet you and your family! Contact Livin’ Well Family Chiropractic today to schedule your first appointment!

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