Dr. Joren Whitley
Dr. Whitley grew up in Oklahoma and many of its surrounding states. In 2012 he received a Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Oklahoma State University. During college Dr. Whitley worked as a laboratory technician for the National Institute for Microbial Forensics & Food and Agricultural Biosecurity and the United States Department of Agriculture.
After college he worked in concrete construction where he was injured on the job. This led him to find Chiropractic and ultimately his love for how the body functions.
Dr. Whitley Graduated from Parker University in Dallas, Texas in April 2016 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He then opened our Edmond Office in January 2017. Since then he has been the Chiropractor for the OKC Ballet, UCO POM Squad and the animal Chiropractor for the OKC Zoo and many other Animal Sanctuaries and Safari’s. He has also gained international attention on TikTok with his work on domestic and exotic animals. Being featured on The Tamron Hall Show, Buzzfeed, Unilad, and many more.
Dr. Whitley has a passion for working on people and animals alike, helping to unlock their bodies ability to function at its very best.
Natalie grew up in Edmond, Ok. In 2018 she became a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her drive to go to massage school started with wanting to help her parents during their health issues.
She graduated from Integrated Massage Therapy College with over 1000hrs of training in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Prenatal, Myofascial Release, TMJ, Migraines, Medical Massage, and Sports Massage.
After school, Natalie furthered her massage education to End of Life and Palliative Care. In 2020, she took the year to stay at home for her Dad’s hospice care, where she was able to apply everything she’s learned.
Natalie’s other passions involve long-distance running, weight lifting, bike riding, and a newfound love for yoga. Being an athlete who has had her fair share of injuries, she has used her experiences to help many others overcome the pain and stress they endure.