Dr. Kile Kaspar has been a chiropractic physician in Shawnee for 20 years. She was first exposed to chiropractic at the age of 15 following a life threatening diving accident. Initially she followed the medical approach but the doctors found no answers. They prescribed loads of medication and told her there was nothing more they could do. When she finally sought out chiropractic care, her symptoms resolved quickly, and she was able to get back to life. She was so impressed with the results, and the natural approach to health, that she decided to become a chiropractor herself.
Fast forward to the year 2003, Dr. Kaspar’s injury all those years ago started to catch up with her. She was scheduled for surgery when she was first introduced to Laser Light Therapy. 'The moment after my first laser treatment, I was in disbelief at the immediate results. I was fascinated. How could this be real? Why doesn't everyone know about this?' She canceled her surgery and has never looked back. Dr. Kaspar's personal pain and journey to remission led her to change her course of practice. For the last 16 years, her thirst to learn about photobiomodulation and its clinical application makes her one first and most experienced providers of light therapy in the United States. Over her years in practice, she has continued to bring time tested services from all over the world that target healing, not just cover up symptoms or offer temporary results. 'It's never too late. There's always something more that can be done. You just have to find it.' Dr. Kaspar hopes you will find the answers you are looking for at Back In Motion.
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.