Dr. Kile Kaspar, a native of Shawnee, Kansas graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri in 2000. In addition to her Chiropractic Doctorate, she has a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Dr. Kaspar utilizes techniques for treating both the skeletal system and the surrounding muscle groups for a more complete method of treatment. Dr. Kaspar enjoys helping patients not only find health through chiropractic but also provides guidance in nutrition. She strongly believes that if you provide the body what it needs, it will heal itself. She was first exposed to chiropractic health care in 1989, following a diving accident that resulted in shooting pain into both arms. Initially she followed the medical approach of treatment, which consisted of many diagnostic tests, but the doctors found no answers. When she finally sought out chiropractic for treatment, her symptoms resolved quickly, and she was able to get back to her regular lifestyle. She was so impressed with the results, and with the natural approach to health, that she decided to become a chiropractor herself. Dr. Kaspar entered Chiropractic College in 1996. Upon graduation she went into private practice in Shawnee, Kansas. She is married with two children and enjoys spending her free time with family.
Dr. Scott Harvey graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology in 2000. His main practice focus is the non-surgical treatment of upper body and neck pain. Dr. Harvey strives to relieve patients from headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome and arm complaints. After seeing amazing recovery again and again with patients suffering from headaches, neck pain, numbness, and pain in the arms, Dr. Harvey followed his passion to master treatment in correcting these complaints. He works 'hands on' with each patient to help them recover and improve their health. He believes releasing the soft tissue is almost as important as an adjustment and utilizes a variety of techniques to accomplish this. His approach includes addressing not only joint dysfunction but also rehabilitation of associated nerves and muscle groups. Dr. Harvey is married with two children and enjoys outdoor activities in his spare time.