Dr. Chris Jones
Dr. Jones is excited to return to Lexington and start his practice in a town he once attended undergraduate college. In 2003, while attending UK and really struggling with which direction life was calling him, he learned about chiropractic and immediately knew that was it. He returned home to Cape Girardeau, MO to finish undergraduate school even passing on an offer to play football, because he was excited and wanted to focus on school. He then attended Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Mo where he concurrently obtained his bachelor’s in Human Biology, and finally his Doctorate of Chiropractic in September of 2010. Dr. Jones practiced his first three years in Louisville and attended multiple seminars to stay up to date on the latest research and technology in the profession. He has continuing education in non-surgical spinal decompression, functional blood analysis and functional chiropractic neurology. His certifications include:
Kennedy Decompression Technique
Functional Blood Analysis
Mastering the Thyroid
Neuro Cranial Integration
American Functional Neurology Institute
Melissa Sandoval, Office Manager
Melissa Sandoval is a Georgetown, KY native and graduate from the University of Louisville, JB Speed School of Engineering. At UofL, Melissa completed a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Bioengineering. She has experience researching and developing medical devices, as well as molecular-engineered flavors and fragrances. Melissa has a deep passion to help people struggling with today’s healthcare epidemics and has realized there are natural alternatives.
Melissa has autoimmune hypothyroidism (Hashimoto’s) and knows the struggle of having “normal labs” while still experiencing fatigue, brain fog, hair loss, joint pain, and sensitivity to cold. Our bodies were designed by God with an amazing ability to heal itself. With the proper education and care from Dr. Jones, she has been able to claim her life back.
Erin Fields, Chiropractic Assistant
Erin is a Lexington native, and Georgetown College graduate. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, minor in Public Health, and is a State Registered Nurse Aide.
Erin has worked in healthcare for just over two years in both clerical and clinical positions in Women’s Health and is excited to join this new practice. She has a strong interest in epidemiology and the study of chronic disease and believes that with proper education, support, and motivation people can learn to alter their lifestyles, heal their bodies, and improve their overall health through more natural alternatives.