Kansas City, Missouri chiropractor
Dr. Joshua Jameson attended the Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology and Doctorate of Chiropractic. Some of his favorite courses were biochemistry and neuroanatomy. Dr. Jameson was also a volunteer Intern at the KC Free Health Clinic, and has assisted with Special Olympics. Dr. Jameson keeps current on chiropractic sciences by reading journals and attending continuing education seminars. Recently Dr. Jameson has obtained further education with the National Posture Institute to become a Certified Posture Specialist.
Dr. Jameson has worked to resolve structural, neural and dietary problems in his chiropractic practice for over 8 years. He has been successful in treating patients with a variety of conditions including neck, back, shoulder, wrist, and ankle pain, as well as muscle spasms, herniated discs, and joint pain relief caused by injury, sports, poor posture, and more. Dr. Jameson considers communication to be a core value in his practice and prides himself on the amount of time spent with each patient to listen and give appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
Outside of work, Dr. Jameson enjoys remodeling his historic Hyde Park home.
Additionally his favorite hobby is healthy cooking. A few of the cookbooks Dr. Jameson currently uses to improve nutrition, diet and handle food allergies are:
- “The Grain Brain Cookbook” by David Perlmutter, MD
- “Cultured Food for Life” by Donna Schwenk
- “Gluten-Free Slow Cooking” by Ellen Brown
- “I Am Grateful – Recipes & Lifestyle of Cafe Gratitude” by Engelhart
Dr. Jameson loves learning about nutrition, teaching people how food is important to overall health and how diet is related to a myriad of diseases.
Dr. Jameson keeps his mind, body and spirit balanced by:
- Regular visits to the chiropractor
- Cardiovascular exercise
- Weight training
- Practicing & playing violin
- Time with friends and family
- Loving his job!
- Favorite chiropractic quote:
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” (Thomas Edison)