Dr. Rhett Bruner
Army National Guard Veteran
American Chiropractic Association Member
Tennessee Chiropractic Association Member
Mt. Juliet YMCA Mt Juliet Board Member
Nashville Symphony Council Member
BNI, Horizon Chapter Member
Dr. Rhett Bruner began his education at Iowa State University and finished his Doctorate at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, graduating Magna Cum Laude. While there he was given the honor of Cleveland Health Center Chiropractic Intern of the Year. Dr. Bruner had the opportunity to work at both the Kansas City Veterans Hospital and Truman Medical Center, allowing him the opportunity to practice and integrated approach to patient care. He believes the body has an amazing ability to heal itself when allowed to function properly, and he takes great joy in teaching patients the tools to reach their full potential and discover the meaning of wellness.
Dr. Bruner is frequently asked to speak at companies and business to educate employees on workplace safety and wellness. By taking a proactive approach to healthcare, many companies have found a reduction in injuries and absenteeism, while having an increase in productivity and improved employee morale.
Dr. Kirby Sanders
Dr. Kirby Sanders began his education at West Texas A&M University and continued his education at Parker University in Dallas where he received his B.S. in Anatomy, B.S. in Health and Wellness, and his Doctorate of Chiropractic, graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Sanders believes the chiropractic adjustment is the greatest tool he has in order to return your health to its maximum potential. Dr. Sanders trained under Dr. Eric Pearce, C.C.S.P. where he was trained in rehabilitation exercises and kinesiotaping through RockTape. While working in his internship, Dr. Sanders recognized that problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves within the soft tissue were causing discomfort and movement pattern problems in his patients.
Dr. Nicole Barton
- Tennessee Chiropractic Association
- International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
- American Chiropractic Association Pediatric Council
- DONA International Doula Association
- Florida chiropractic association
- International Chiropractors Association)
- Webster Certified
Dr. Barton is originally from Chicago, IL but has spent several years residing in Orlando, FL with her immediate family. She graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Florida campus in September of 2016 with being nominated by her mentor for clinical excellence.
Before enrolling at Palmer, Nicole previously worked as a nurse at a pediatric hospital and within emergency medicine in Chicago, IL. Dr. Barton also practiced as a massage therapist in the greater Orlando area.
To further develop her passion, she attended training to become a Birth Doula through DONA international to further assist women during pregnancy and labor. Dr. Barton is currently completing her diplomate in prenatal and pediatric care with the ICPA which focuses on array of pediatric problems and concerns from neurological deficits and cranial abnormalities. Dr. Barton is currently Webster certified to assist pregnant woman in obtaining optimal function during pregnancy. Through her work experience she has witnessed both illness and wellness care for children. She became passionate about chiropractic after a severe injury while working at the hospital that almost left her unable to obtain any quality of life. From then on she has spread her passion about the amazing influence chiropractic care can have on anyone! Dr Barton is extremely passionate about a holistic approach and enjoys any opportunity to educate others, old and young, on a natural and healthy lifestyle!
“If you would seek health – look first to the spine” Socrates.
Dr. Casey Trexler
- Tennessee Chiropractic Association Member
- American Chiropractic Association Member
- American Chiropractic Association Council on Occupational Health Member
- Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association Member
In her time treating patients, Dr. Trexler has observed that many problems are the result of repetitive motions and dysfunctional movement patterns. Daily life, especially work environments, subject patients’ bodies to mechanical stresses. Dr. Trexler aims to educate patients on ergonomics unique to their everyday activities. She believes coupling chiropractic care and ergonomics helps to break some of these dysfunctional movement patterns which ultimately decreases pain and the likelihood of further injuries. She has presented to employees of industrial manufacturing companies on ways to ergonomically enhance their work environment and make healthy lifestyle changes at home.