At Whole Health Chiropractic we look at the whole body: how the various parts interact and how the patient’s physiology functions or dysfunctions. Rather than only treating the symptoms, we look for the root cause.
“To create a safe, loving environment for all, through healing touch, education and a culture that prioritizes helping people who are physically suffering to be free of ailment.”
MEET THE DOCTORS:
Amanda Buffington-Krueger, D.C., F.A.S.A.
Dr. Amanda is a Doctor of Chiropractic and Owner of Whole Health Chiropractic. She has been in practice for over eleven years after she graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in December 2005. She went on for further studies in CPK (Chiropractic Plus Kinesiology), AK (Applied Kinesiology), Acupuncture (F.A.S.A. certified), and 3 years of additional training in Restorative Endocrinology under Dr. Janet Lang.
She focuses on all aspects of health whether it be the athlete or the
menopausal woman. Dr. Amanda has years of experience reading labs such as blood work, saliva tests and hair analysis. She also has an integrated approach to weight loss and using the philosophy of getting to the root cause of the problem and fixing it.
Dr. Amanda’s passions include spending time with her husband Matthew, her dog, horses, and her amazing daughter Elliana.
She is VERY passionate about her purpose which is to help people!
Weston Holzinger, D.C., M.Sc.N.
Dr. Weston Holzinger is a Chiropractic physician who specializes in nutrition and functional biochemistry to help you reach your full potential in health. He graduated from Logan University as a Doctor of Chiropractic with honors and with a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Human Performance as valedictorian and many awards including the Clinical Science Award.
In addition, he has pursued further education with certifications in Applied Kinesiology, Systems Health Care, and Functional Blood Chemistry. He also continuously studies more biochemistry, clinical nutrition, and functional neurology to increase his skill in providing support for the hormonal, metabolic, and immune systems as they contribute to many chronic inflammatory conditions in addition to musculoskeletal issues.
Dr. Weston’s passions include learning science and philosophy, music, singing, and health article and fiction writing.
For Dr. Weston’s full bio and articles, visit DrHolzinger.com