“A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable possession.”
Dr. Wade Davis was born and raised in Somerset, and has spent most of his life in Pulaski County. A graduate of Southwestern High School, he quickly advanced his education by pursuing a career in life changing health care – chiropractic.
While in chiropractic school, he spent much time in rigorous study, but also worked in other areas of interest to the chiropractic profession. The Cleveland Health Science Library employed him in a work study position to communicate the latest advancements to chiropractic research to doctors around the country. He also spent much time in extra curricular study of chiropractic and it’s affect on the whole body. Treatment of joints commonly overlooked by other chiropractors, like knees, feet, hips, shoulders, elbows, and wrists, were of particular interest to him in his studies. These overlooked areas are where he spent extra time to fully understand the mechanics of the entire body, not just the spinal column. These techniques proved useful for working on a multitude of patient’s health problems.
During his chiropractic internship at the Health Center of Overland Park, KS, he worked with the Cleveland Chiropractic Research Department in their study, testing the effect of chiropractic adjustments upon balance and falls in the senior citizen population. Data collected from his treatment will be used for the results obtained when the study is published.
After finishing the internship in Overland Park more than 4 months ahead of schedule, he was granted the opportunity to study under Dr. Terry Thoroughman in Nicholasville, KY.
On December 10th, 2010, Cleveland Chiropractic College (of Kansas City, MO) bestowed upon him the title of Doctor of Chiropractic. Since that time, he has opened his private practice at 604 Ogden ST. (Suite 202) in Somerset.
This practice is now inviting new patients.