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Meet the Doctors


Dr. Jeremy Jessop

Dr. Jeremy Jessop was first introduced to chiropractic at a young age. After visiting numerous other doctors and specialists for severe headaches, chiropractic was the one thing that gave him relief. Since then, his curiosity and love for chiropractic has grown and has led him to becoming a chiropractic physician himself.

He attended Logan College of Chiropractic in Saint Louis and graduated Cum Laude in 2005. While at Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Jessop had the prestigious opportunity to do an internship at Barnes Jewish Hospital Maternity Center addressing pain and discomfort during pregnancy.

He has been a fully licensed Active Release Technique (ART) Provider for eight years, which is a patented renowned technique that addresses strains, sprains, scar tissue and nerve entrapments. This technique has allowed Dr. Jessop to help many individuals, from stay at home moms to many professional and collegiate athletes.

He is the father of four beautiful children. He loves helping people of all ages feel better and move easier. He has a gentle yet effective chiropractic technique.

Dr. Jessop stays busy keeping up with his lovely wife and four kids as well as cycling, running, swimming (training for triathlons), camping and any other activity outdoors that he gets the opportunity to participate in.

Dr. Larry Davis, D.C. is a Board Certified Chiropractic Physician, Certified Medical Provider by the Titleist Performance Institute, and a Master Certified Active Release Technique Provider.

Dr. Davis graduated from Logan College in 1984, with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology. As an athlete, Dr. Davis has competed in multiple sports. He continues to play golf and workout with weights and functional training. His background in sports has allowed him to treat a variety of athletes over the past 30 years, from NFL, PGA Tour, MLB, Collegiate to High School, and weekend warriors.

Dr. Davis is able to treat all injuries and conditions an athlete may suffer from, with the same techniques that are used on Professional teams of all sports.