Chiropractor in Ballantyne : Dr. Jason Usher
I am very fortunate to be in a profession that I love… I have seen the value of chiropractic in my own personal life, as well as in the life of my family, friends and patients…
After receiving my Bachelor of Science degree from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, I attended Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in South Carolina and graduated in 2002.
I started my practice in Charlotte, NC in April, 2003. I have been practicing full time since then. I have developed many friends through my practice and I am very fortunate to be in a profession where my patients appreciate me and are always referring their friends and family to our Ballantyne chiropractic office for care.
My hobbies include scuba diving, golfing, mountain biking and running. I place a great deal of stress in staying in shape and eating right to maintain good health and enjoying life. I met my wife while in college and she encouraged me to follow my dreams and go to Chiropractic College. We have been married since my senior year in school. We have a wonderful dog named Tucker.
I feel very fortunate to be a Chiropractor in Ballantyne
I am very fortunate to be in a profession that I love. I have seen the value of chiropractic in my own personal life, as well as in the life of my family, close friends and patients. I have a practice that emphasizes getting rapid results with musculoskeletal complaints. If I am unable to obtain satisfactory results I have a very good relationship with many medical physicians and specialists in Charlotte. I have a wide array of patients. I treat medical physicians, nurses, attorneys and hard working blue collar workers who need a quick recovery to resume physical activities.
I pride myself in keeping the number of treatments to a minimum. I am a provider for just about every major chiropractic provider list. I am constantly striving to learn new techniques and find the best possible care for musculoskeletal complaints. In the last several years I have become certified in providing my opinion the gold standard in chiropractic care. The technique is CBP, an acronym for Chiropractic Biophysics. This has required extensive studying and training under Dr. Harrison.
I strongly encourage my patients to learn and educate themselves in regards to obtaining optimum health and recovery from injuries or repetitive strain injuries. I refer my patients and friends to the following website to obtain as much information as they can find regarding chiropractic and natural health: www.idealspine.com