About

The most common question I am asked is what made me choose to offer house and office calls rather than having a traditional chiropractic office. The honest answer is that I have worked in multiple high volume chiropractic practices, and while I believe that patients can be satisfied and receive good chiropractic adjustments in high volume practices, the high volume model did not feel authentic to how I had always envisioned practicing chiropractic. It was important to me to be able to take the time to listen to the patient to determine whether stress, nutrition, ergonomics, hobbies, or posture played a role in their condition, which was not possible in a high volume practice. Several times, I went through the planning process of starting a traditional chiropractic practice, and each time, life intervened in one way or another so that the plans would fall through. 

Fast forward to winter of 2015…I was in my second trimester of pregnancy with my second baby and struggling with musculoskeletal pelvic pain. My daughter was barely a year old, and I was working part-time from home. As I drove the 45 minutes to the chiropractor's office to get treatment and then sat in the waiting room with my daughter, I would pray that my toddler would keep herself composed long enough to get through the appointment. Then I would pray that she would stay awake on the 45 minute drive home so that I could work while she napped at home. During one visit to the chiropractor, there was a mother there with a newborn that couldn't have been more than a week old and three other children that looked younger than five years old. I remember thinking to myself that getting out of the house and to the chiropractor on a regular basis must have been a challenge for her. 

I had my second baby in the spring of 2016 and started thinking about returning to full-time practice again. A few months later, I was reintroduced to a concept I had considered years prior: mobile chiropractic. Having a mobile practice would allow me to have more assessment and treatment time with each patient AND deliver care to patients in a unique and convenient way. The stay at home mom or work at home mom could receive care in her home without disrupting her kids' schedule, and the busy professional who had a difficult time finding time to go to the chiropractor could receive care at home or in their office with less missed work. 

I am very excited to bring mobile chiropractic care to Hamilton County and surrounding areas and am now accepting new patients. I invite you to schedule your phone consultation to see how mobile chiropractic can benefit you today! 

Education

Purdue University

Bachelor of Arts in English 2005

Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida

Doctor of Chiropractic 2009

International Academy of Medical Acupuncture

Fellowship 2009

International Chiropractic Pediatric Association

-Webster Technique Certification 2015
-currently working toward 200 hour Certification Program



Kristen Bravo