Dr. Amanda McNabb opened her practice in 2006. Board certified in both Chiropractic and Naturopathic medicine, she currently holds a South Carolina Chiropractic license. She received undergraduate degrees from the College of Southern Idaho and Idaho State University. Graduate degrees for Chiropractic and Naturopathic medicine were awarded by Logan University and the American Naturopathic Medical Institute, respectively.
Her passion for a functional and holistic approach to health, has led her through additional training in nutrition, integrative medicine, and natural hormone balance. To properly correct a problem, it is important to first identify the cause, thus in our office we utilize blood, saliva, and other tissues, along with technology to identify the root of your problem. She has received direct instruction from Nancy Gardner-Heaven Ph.D., a published researcher of Medical Infrared Imaging; a technology which has been used in medical research since 1957. Dr. McNabb has certificates in phlebotomy, acupuncture, and specialized treatment techniques including NET, and activator. She has also completed an internship with Dr. Harold Klassen, learning various diagnostic and treatment protocols, and assisting with his continued research into his method, Dry Blood Appraisal and Live Blood Appraisal.
She believes that the reason most people rely on coffee, pain relievers, and medications to survive, is that they have forgotten that health is their birthright. You were meant to be healthy, and being healthy means being able to function at the highest level possible. A healthy body does not hurt, and when you feel good, you look good. When you look good, people notice!