"SHE IS CLOTHED IN STRENGTH AND DIGNITY AND SHE LAUGHS WITHOUT FEAR OF THE FUTURE."
Dr. Jessica discovered chiropractic care at a young age after injuring her neck during a partnered dance-stunt. This injury caused her to lose a great deal of mobility in her neck, as well as strained the muscles and sprained the ligaments in her neck. Soon after the injury, she began to experience horrible headaches and migraines. Dr. Jessica's parents understood the benefits of chiropractic care, so once her acute injury healed, they took her to a local chiropractor to get checked for subluxations. Corrective chiropractic care was administered and she began to experience immediate relief of headaches and neck pain. Furthermore, range of motion in her neck was restored and she experienced greater energy. Learning firsthand the benefits of chiropractic care, she decided that this was the profession she wanted to be in so she could change peoples' lives the way hers was changed!
In her spare time, Dr. Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dogs, exercising, traveling, being outdoors, and reading.
Dr. Jessica has a strong passion for serving children. For this reason, she began the 200 hour certification program with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). This program offers specialized training in the area of pediatrics and pregnancy. Chiropractic care offers your family and children a greater foundation for optimum health and wellness. Dr. Jessica is currently completing the ICPA certification in order to
better serve your family and children.
She also has a strong passion to help children with sensory processing disorders, such as Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and ADHD. By combining chiropractic care with nutritional advice and functional neurology exercises, Dr. Jessica has a mission to bring hope to families and children for a brighter tomorrow!
Dr. Jessica is also certified in the Webster Technique, a chiropractic technique developed specifically for pregnant patients that optimizes health benefits for both mother and baby.
She is married to her husband, Bryan Scarratt. They have two children, Brady and Myla, and a fur baby, Chi Chi, (who used to be the office dog, but has retired!)