Dr. Brittany Santeford
Brittany has been fascinated by the resiliency and adaptability of the human body from a young age. She felt inspired by chiropractors and their ability to treat patients and see real results using corrective movement, manual therapy and exercise.
Growing up in Northeast Ohio led her to pursue a Bachelors of Exercise Science at Kent State University, where she assisted in graduate research in human performance. She pursued her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the University of Western States and obtained a concurrent bachelor’s degree in Human Biology.
Brittany then participated in a yearlong internship working alongside former chief medical officer of the United States Olympic Committee, Dr. William Moreau. This unique experience gave her the ability to diagnose and treat a diverse population of patients at every athletic level. She is currently pursuing her CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) Certification for further advancement in her education on sports performance and injury rehabilitation.
Currently, Brittany is a mentor in a local running group and is a dedicated endurance athlete as an Ironman competitor and avid marathon runner. When she is not in the office, you can usually find her hiking a trail or on her paddle board. She is passionate about providing individualized care to each patient through hands-on therapies such as manual adjusting, soft tissue manipulation and physical therapies.
Her patients will find she is determined to teach about how the body works to heal itself while providing honest and effective care no matter the sport or the season of life.