We’ve got big news for the month of February! We’re starting the year off with a new location and a new doctor on the Cave Spring Clinic team. As we continue to grow, treating more patients than ever, we’re making sure that we have the best doctors and facilities to take care of them.
After years of residing at the corner of Electric Road and Colonial Avenue, the doctors at our Cave Spring clinic will be enjoying a new view from their office. Starting on Monday, February 19, they will be practicing at their new location on Starkey Road. The new space will provide a larger, more comfortable environment for patients seeking relief from pain and a healthier lifestyle through our conservative care plans.
Part of this relocation includes the addition of Dr. Nancy Meyer to the team. Dr. Meyer has been building her practice at the location on Starkey Road for a number of years and is excited to merge her practice with Tuck Chiropractic Clinic.
Dr. Meyer brings a strong education and extensive experience in athletic and gentle adjustment chiropractic techniques to the Tuck team. President of Tuck Chiropractic, Dr. Ray Tuck, said, “We were inspired by Dr. Meyer’s dedication to using her chiropractic training to contribute to the community and to the Tuck Chiropractic team. I’m thrilled she will now be working in our Cave Spring clinic alongside Dr. Keene and Dr. Kilmer.”
Meyer earned her Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Human Biology and Doctorate of Chiropractic at the Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, MO. She specializes in and is a certified Advanced Proficiency Rated in Activator Method Technique, a very gentle adjusting technique. Dr. Meyer is also a Certified Posture Exercise Professional (CPEP®), a specialist training, led by BodyZone.com founder Dr. Steven Weiniger, renowned posture expert. The CPEP program has set the international standard in postural assessment and strengthening posture through focused motion exercise to improve patient/client outcome by improving balance, alignment, functional motion and performance.
As a student at the University of Southern Indiana, she participated in volleyball, later using her athletic background to help athletes of all types overcome sports injuries and improve athletic performance. She has worked with Olympic Athletes as a treating physician for the World’s Greatest Athletes Chiropractic Decathlon Club and has coached Roanoke area Recreational, Travel, and middle school soccer teams; Girls’ softball teams; High school and Middle school volley ball teams; and Upward and Recreational basketball teams.
Meyer has also spent time as a lecturer on health and wellness issues and has professed at Jefferson College of Health Sciences, teaching Microbiology Lecture and Lab, as well as Anatomy and Physiology Lab. She is also a current member of the National Association of Professional Women. Dr. Meyer was awarded Outstanding Young Woman of America. She co-chaired the building committee for her church’s Family Life Center. Also, Dr. Meyer is a past board member of Professional Women Resources and Executive Women International and March of Dimes. She was awarded Virginia Business Partner of the Year in 2008 for charity work.
Dr. Meyer discovered her passion for chiropractic care after years of ineffective medical treatments for headaches and bursitis in her shoulder due to a pinched nerve as a teenager. She has channeled her inspiration to embrace the chiropractic professional practice to provide the same healing to others. She looks forward to working with the Tuck Chiropractic team to provide a support system for her current patients and expand the practice.
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