Dr. Jim Spiropoulos, D.C. (Clininc Owner)
Dr. Spiropoulos earned his doctorate of chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic, located in Dallas Texas. He grew up in Hopewell, Pennsylvania and after graduation in 1994 he studied at the University of Pittsburgh where he received his Bachelor's of Science degree. Being involved in sports all his life, Dr. Spiropoulos learned about the amazing power of chiropractic treatment while attending Pitt and it changed his life. He refocused his studies (and his life) to pursue the art of natural healing.
Dr. Spiropoulos practices using a variety of techniques (Diversified, Gonstead, Activator, Thompson drop table techniques and more). He utilizes a variety of modalities including physiotherapy, spinal decompression therapy, cold light laser, and massage to help his patients achieve their health goals. He is unique because his primary goal is to help each and every patient achieve their optimal level of health. It is his firm belief that chiropractic care for wellness is essential for everyone and he approaches patients in pain with an open mind and heart. By providing exceptional care, Dr. Spiropoulos helps patients return to a healthy state and provides them with the tools and education to maintain a healthy spine and nervous system for life. Dr. Spiropoulos is Board Certified through the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and state licensed in Pennsylvania. He is the primary treating physician at Moon Chiropractic.
You can reach Dr. Spiropoulos at email@example.com
Susan Moore Rodgers
Susan Moore Rodgers has been a registered and licensed dietitian/diabetes educator counseling nutrition for over twenty years. She received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Texas Woman’s University. She recently completed the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy (IFNA) training program and obtained the IFNA credential in August 2018. In June 2019, she obtained the certified LEAP (Lifestyling Eating and Performance) credential which focuses on food sensitivities. She became interested in integrative and functional nutrition when she discovered that conventional nutrition approaches did not always work for her patients. Functional nutrition uses an individualized approach focusing on the root cause of illness. She uses a whole foods and food as medicine approach to help patients improve the root cause of their ailments. She specializes in adrenal fatigue, autoimmune disorders, celiac disease, cardiometabolic/insulin resistance, detoxification, diabetes, dietary supplements, digestive disorders, food sensitivities/allergies, heart disease, thyroid disorders, weight management, and pain conditions such as migraines and fibromyalgia.
Other interests include cycling, gardening, knitting and music. She holds a Master and Bachelor of Music in clarinet performance from Rice University in Houston, TX.