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Dr. Smith entered the United States Air Force at the age of 17 after graduating High School. During his service he served at the Naval Air Station in Keflavik, Iceland (NATO) and Eglin Air Force Base, FL. He volunteered for service in Saudi Arabia during both Desert Shield and Desert Storm. After returning from the middle east he earned a Honorable Discharged from the Armed Forces. He immediately finished his undergraduate studies, which he began in armed forces, and entered Palmer Chiropractic University in 1993. Dr. Smith Graduated in 1996 and was recognized for clinical excellence by Palmer Chiropractic University. Opening his first office in Oakhurst, Ca, just outside Yosemite, and practiced in that location for over a decade. Dr. Smith has been practicing in Klamath Falls since 2009 and has recently been certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as a Nationally Registered Certified Medical Examiner to perform medical exams for CMV and CDL, both inter and intrastate.
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As a chiropractor for over 20 years, my practice goals are to provide the best patient focused care I can. One doctor with one patient and ample time to diagnose, discuss options and treat with corrective intent.
Diagnosis is the key element of any therapeutic outcome. Our goal is to accurately diagnose, consult, and correct the complaints, injuries or pathology of the individual patient. Examination, chiropractic manipulative therapy, flexion distraction, motor nerve stim, ultrasound, and low level light/laser therapy are just a few of the modalities employed too accomplish this task. Referral and co-management with other disciplines is always discussed and implemented per individual cases. Imaging/x-ray/MRI is never a prerequisite of treatment, and will be determined by patient history and examination.