UFC legend Royce Gracie, just treated by Dr. Greg
Dr. Greg (and his daughter) learning from world-renowned extremity expert, Dr. Mitch Mally.
Dr. Greg Mendiaz
Dr. Greg didn't start out life as a chiropractor. He morphed into one...by chance. His prior education involves a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Criminal Justice. After spending the better part of a decade on the streets in law enforcement his body had taken a toll. He began receiving chiropractic manipulations and therapy that helped to improve his quality of life. He didn't believe that having to take daily medication was the best answer to his problem. Coming from an investigations background he has always been the curious/doubting type that needed to find the truth. He eventually found relief that didn't involve drugs.
After experiencing the relief of chiropractic first-hand, he began considering going back to school to learn how to helps others. Since completing his Doctorate in Chiropractic he excels in treating first responders including: medics, firemen, patrol officers and specialized unit law enforcement officers.
Dr. Greg has attended over 750 hours of post-graduate coursework in various topics that are above and beyond what his chiropractic classmates completed. He was fortunate to have been a senior intern for the world-famous Dr. Yennie of the Acupuncture Society of America and holds the distinction of being an ACA Board Certified Diplomate in Chiropractic Acupuncture. This feat is shared by less than 1% of Chiropractors in the World.
Dr. Greg will be the first to admit that he shares this profession with brilliant and talented people. Some colleagues lead the world in research and are changing how we understand the functions of the body. Dr. Greg is the type of guy that can talk to humans, listen to your complaints, and work at finding the source of your problem. If he doesn't feel that you're the right candidate for his treatment then he has no trouble finding you the right practitioner.
What does Dr. Greg do for fun? He spends as much time possible with his young family and dedicates the remaining precious time to sharpening his skills in chiropractic and serving others. Isaiah 6:8
Dr. Greg receiving a Clinic Award
Dr. ben andrews
Dr. Ben with one of his sons
Dr. Benjamin Andrews is a graduate of Life University in Marietta, GA and found Chiropractic from the rowing world. Rowing competitively at the national level in high school and at Division 1 collegiate level, he fell in love with the sport. After college he began coaching high school girls at Saugatuck Rowing Club. He soon found that Chiropractic care was the key to whether his team went to Nationals or on to Worlds.
He started at Life University only 2 weeks after his first adjustment, but understood the power Chiropractic has on human performance. At Life University he discovered his passion for sports performance and extremity adjusting. As a “technique guru”, Dr. Ben has many methods - from the founders of chiropractic to the latest myofascial work from podcasts, he gets people back to their optimal performance.
After moving to Oklahoma from Alaska he is enjoying the rowing, the outdoors, cycling, and lack of brown bears when fishing.
Dr. Ben hunting on the Chugach Mountain Range, overlooking Anchorage, Alaska
Office Manager/Chiropractic Assistant
Joe wasn’t introduced to chiropractic until fairly recently. Three and a half years ago he was looking for a new job and happened upon a Chiropractic Assistant position. It seemed like a good change of pace, so he decided to give it a shot. Like many people, he assumed chiropractors performed spinal adjustments and that was about it. He quickly saw how much more there is to chiropractic. Joe has always had a passion for helping people, and now he was directly involved in changing peoples’ lives in ways neither they, nor he, thought possible.
Joe grew up in rural western Nebraska. He moved down to Oklahoma City in August 2003 to get a fresh start away from the small-town lifestyle, which he now misses. In his spare time, Joe spends as much time as possible outdoors, be it fishing, camping, hiking, or playing football or basketball with his son. Joe does his best to live life by two simple words: “No worries.” Luke 12:25-26