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Dr. Tiffany began her chiropractic journey when she was in just 2nd grade.

The thought of helping others and better understanding the potential of the human body was very fascinating to her. She grew up in the very small town of Clay, WV. She attended Clay County High School, where she took many advanced courses in anatomy and physiology to fuel her fascination. After graduating from high school, she went on to continue her education at the University of Charleston in Charleston, WV.

She majored in pre-medical studies, secondary education in biology, and secondary education in general sciences. Dr. Tiffany was very involved on campus, as meeting new people and helping others was very important to her. Babies and pediatric children have a special place in her heart, which is why she volunteered at the local Ronald McDonald House on a weekly basis.

She was able to speak with many parents of premature and sick infants and children, where she quickly learned that parents were desperately looking for health and healing for their little ones— without numerous medications and surgeries.

These scenarios reminded Dr. Tiffany why she was so interested in the chiropractic profession and lifestyle, where it is the largest natural, drug-less healing profession in the world.

Following her graduation from the University of Charleston in May 2014, she entered into her chiropractic journey in July 2014 at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. This was the first chiropractic college ever founded in 1897 by a name named DD Palmer.

Today, it still remains as one of the most prestigious colleges in the nation. Dr. Tiffany wanted to learn as much as possible about the potentials of the body during her time in school. She began attending weekly clubs as early as her 3rd trimester, learning how to care for and adjust babies and pediatric patients in the Palmer Peds Club.

During her time in the Palmer clinics, Dr. Tiffany worked with many families and children to provide specific and gentle chiropractic adjustments. She was able to adjustment babies as young as 6 weeks old, who came into the clinic with health concerns such as colic, infantile reflux, and digestive problems.

Working with children is a large passion for her, because she sees the influence and health benefits it provides to her own kid sister, niece, nephews, and many of her friends’ children. While in the Palmer clinics, Dr. Tiffany was presented with the Clinical Excellence Award, and award given to one student who demonstrates giving quality patient care, having leadership potential, knowledge, and having skills and service.

In June of 2017, Dr. Tiffany moved to Knoxville, Tennessee where she spent her time serving at Freedom Chiropractic, which is large family based chiropractic office that sees many pediatric practice members.

During her time there Dr. Tiffany worked with many practice members that suffered from post stroke paralysis, digestive disturbances, high blood pressure, low back pain, migraines thyroid concerns, hormone imbalances, GERD, and infertility problems.

Kids with chronic ear infections, bed wetting, asthma, and chronic allergies. Infants with latching difficulties, colic, infantile reflux, constipation, and diarrhea. She was very involved in the Knoxville community during her time there, attending many of local Knoxville events and meetings.

Dr. Tiffany first visited Washington state in July 2017 with Drs. Cody and Kyle Kurscheidt and their father Joe. It was during that trip that she fell in love with the people in this community, as well as all of the beautiful scenery it has to offer.

Her main mission is to serve the people of Vancouver area with neurologically-based chiropractic care so that the babies, children, and adults can find hope and healing the way that God intended.

In her time away from the office Dr. Tiffany enjoys getting out into nature for a hike or kayaking with Drs. Cody and Kyle. She has a deep love for her two dogs — Cole and Remi, enjoys a good cup of coffee or five, loves serving at her church, and appreciates conversations with family and friends.