Dr Jenni Bush is originally from Ohio, where she was genuinely born and raised on a farm. That upbringing taught her a great deal about hard work! In high school Jenni excelled at basketball and made it to the All Star Team. Dr. Bush went on to graduate from Ohio University in 2004. Following her graduation, she then enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida.
Her warmth and smile make her a favorite with children and babies, in addition Dr. Jenni has advanced training in pregnancy and pediatrics.
During her matriculation through Palmer, she became interested in Sacro Occipital Technique, a system of chiropractic based upon the provable fact that every human who is sick or in pain has a distortion and a subluxation responsible for that sickness or pain. With this in mind; when you make the right adjustment, at the right spot and the right time, and in the right direction, you release enough nerve energy to cure essentially anything. She also focused on sports chiropractic at Palmer. In sports chiropractic, the focus of chiropractic sports is to provide care in the rehabilitation and performance optimization of neuromusculoskeletal system for athletes who choose a holistic approach to care. She graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in December 2007.
She has served as SOT club Vice President for three years and Secretary of the Sports Chiropractic club as well. Devoted to extending her learning she has devoted many of her weekends to obtaining advanced training in pregnancy, pediatrics, SOT and sports injuries. She holds certifications in numerous techniques and specialties.
Dr. Jenni focuses on Holistic Family Care, Strutural Spine and Extremity rehab, Pregnancy, and Pediatrics. She utilizes many forms of health awareness and holistic models to treat the body as a whole and achieve optimal wellness in a non-invasive manner. Dr. Jenni uses many different techniques including: Thompson, Diversified, and Sacro-occipital technique (SOT). SOT focuses on balancing the sacrum with the cranium and while doing so treating the entire body.
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