Dr. Rhett Bruner
Army National Guard Veteran
American Chiropractic Association Member
Tennessee Chiropractic Association Member
Mt. Juliet YMCA Mt Juliet Board Member
Nashville Symphony Council Member
BNI, Horizon Chapter Member
Dr. Rhett Bruner began his education at Iowa State University and finished his Doctorate at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, graduating Magna Cum Laude. While there he was given the honor of Cleveland Health Center Chiropractic Intern of the Year. Dr. Bruner had the opportunity to work at both the Kansas City Veterans Hospital and Truman Medical Center, allowing him the opportunity to practice and integrated approach to patient care. He believes the body has an amazing ability to heal itself when allowed to function properly, and he takes great joy in teaching patients the tools to reach their full potential and discover the meaning of wellness.
Dr. Bruner is frequently asked to speak at companies and business to educate employees on workplace safety and wellness. By taking a proactive approach to healthcare, many companies have found a reduction in injuries and absenteeism, while having an increase in productivity and improved employee morale.
Dr. Kirby Sanders
Dr. Kirby Sanders began his education at West Texas A&M University and continued his education at Parker University in Dallas where he received his B.S. in Anatomy, B.S. in Health and Wellness, and his Doctorate of Chiropractic, graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Sanders believes the chiropractic adjustment is the greatest tool he has in order to return your health to its maximum potential. Dr. Sanders trained under Dr. Eric Pearce, C.C.S.P. where he was trained in rehabilitation exercises and kinesiotaping through RockTape. While working in his internship, Dr. Sanders recognized that problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves within the soft tissue were causing discomfort and movement pattern problems in his patients.
Dr. Nicole Richards
- Tennessee Chiropractic Association Member
- American Chiropractic Association Member
- Webster Certified
Dr. Nicole Richards grew up near Syracuse, New York. She attended Nazareth College of Rochester where she graduated magna cum laude with her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree with honors from New York Chiropractic College. While in outpatient clinic, she was able to serve patients through rotations at Salvation Army and University at Buffalo. She practiced chiropractic in a family practice in western Pennsylvania before deciding to head south to Tennessee.
Dr. Richards enjoys treating whole families with a special passion for teaching the importance of chiropractic for children and pregnant moms. She feels that well-adjusted families are happier and healthier. She is certified in the Webster technique for expecting mothers and loves making the transition from pregnancy to birth as easy and comfortable as possible. She is an active member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is experienced in treating people of all ages, from infancy to elderly.
Dr. Taylor Marsh
- Tennessee Chiropractic Association
- Motion Palpation Institute
- International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
- Webster Certified
Dr. Taylor Marsh is originally from Denver, Colorado where he spent his early childhood enjoying the beauty the city had to offer as well as the easily accessible mountains where he spent many years hiking and skiing the Rockies. After his father’s job moved the family to Northwest Arkansas, Dr. Marsh was able to enjoy the slower paced life in the growing city of Rogers, Arkansas, but longed to live back in close proximity to bustling city life.
Dr. Marsh began his education at Harding University where he spent two years developing lifelong friends from the Nashville area. After finishing his undergraduate education with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, he moved to Kansas City to complete his education at Cleveland University – Kansas City where he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic. In his final year at chiropractic school, Dr. Marsh had the opportunity to work at both the Kansas City Veterans Hospital and Kansas City Care Clinic allowing him the ability to not only give back to our community, but to work as a member of an integrated healthcare community. Dr. Marsh also spent some time working as an independent contractor in Murfreesboro before joining the ALC team.
Dr. Marsh took special interest in treating patients with disc related injuries during his chiropractic education and obtained certification in McKenzie methods A and B for the mechanical diagnosis and therapy of disc related complaints. He is also an avid believer that chiropractic care is the best first option for obtaining health and wellness in families and improving our mobility in day to day life.