Dr. Russel Schroder
Dr. Russel Schroder DC, DACNB, FACFN is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and Fellow in the American College of Neurology. Dr. Russ Schroder is the only Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and Functional Neurologist in the region.Dr. Russ has advanced post-doctoral training in Spinal Rehabilitation, Sports Injury Management, Fibromyalgia Care, Nutritional Neurology, Non-Surgical Decompression, Functional Blood Analysis, Thyroid Management, Functional Endocrinology, Motor Vehicle Injuries, Herniated, Degenerated and Bulged Disc Treatment and more.
Dr. Russel Schroder is the developer of the CTX Method and has helped thousands of patients find lasting pain relief and healing through his advanced non-surgical and drug-free treatments and therapy programs. Dr. Russ has spent the past few years expanding his training in the treatment of chronic degenerative and inflammatory conditions of adults and children. During this time he has teamed up with over three hundred doctors coaching them so that they might to be able to handle the most difficult cases and teaching them to effectively treat chronic and severe patients with their difficult struggle to regain their health and get rid of their debilitating symptoms and conditions.
Kristen Dickson MSN, APRN, FNP-C, OCN
Kristen Dickson, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, OCN began her nursing career in 2004 serving in Extended Care Facilities. She went on to complete her Oncology (Cancer) Certification in 2011. Then in 2016, she focused her attention on Emergency Medicine and Trauma at Genesis Hospital’s Emergency Department while studying to be a Nurse Practitioner. In 2018, she graduated from Chamberlain University’s College of Nursing with a Master of Science and Nursing Degree specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
While working in the Emergency Department she recognized the need for better chronic pain management and the limits of surgery to combat the pain drug crisis. With her interest in Functional Medicine and Natural Healthcare, she sought answers on how to help more people avoid chronic pain and unnecessary surgeries.