Dr. Hummert graduated Cum Laude from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2011. She focused her studies in the areas of Sacro-Occipital Technique, Applied Kinesiology, Diversified and Thompson adjusting techniques. Dr. Hummert is an Active Release Technique (ART) provider. ART is used to treat soft tissue and nerve entrapment conditions.
Dr. Hummert studied traditional acupuncture under Dr. Richard Yennie of the Acupuncture Society of America. She received her certification from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 2010, and is national board and state certified in acupuncture.
Prior to entering chiropractic, Dr. Hummert graduated Cum Laude from Barnes College of Nursing at UMSL in 2001. She recognized early in her nursing career that she wanted to promote health and wellness, rather than provide conventional nursing care to patients. Dr. Hummert received an American Fitness and Aerobics Association personal training certificate and an APEX fitness and nutrition certification which started her community health role. Over the past several years she has worked with individuals with diabetes, heart disease and previous heart attacks, and stroke recovery patients to improve their health and well being.
Dr. Hummert is dedicated to empowering her patients to achieve their health goals. She is committed to working with other physicians to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to health care for her patients.
Dr. Wilson was led to a profession in chiropractic after being involved in a serious car accident at the age of seventeen. When other doctors told her that she would require surgery and may still be in a wheelchair by the age of thirty, she began to explore other options. That is when she discovered chiropractic. Her chiropractor took the time to explain everything that was happening and asked her to participate in her healthcare decisions and treatment. Not only was she able to stay out of a wheelchair, but by the next year she was working on an ambulance as an EMT. She was able to serve her community as a paramedic and fire fighter while she worked her way through college. She has been in EMS since 1999 and continues to serve her community as a paramedic on weekends. She is passionate about giving back to our first responders and veterans.
Dr. Wilson graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2016. She focused her studies in Sacro-Occipital Technique (including organ, cranial, and TMJ management), Thompson, Diversified, Logan Basic, and Cox Flexion-Distraction adjusting techniques. She also studied soft tissue techniques including FAKTR and NIMMO. Dr. Wilson further specializes in nutrition, especially that for chronic disease, chronic pain, and hormone imbalances such as PCOS. She believes that treating the whole person is the only way to help them find comprehensive health. Dr. Wilson also has a Master's in Nutrition and Human Performance and graduated valedictorian.
Dr. Wilson also studied traditional Chinese acupuncture under Dr. Zev Myerowitz through the International Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture. She received her certification from the IACA and Logan University in 2016.
Dr. Wilson has associate's in Paramedicine from Southwestern Illinois College, a bachelor's in Medical Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and a bachelor's in Human Biology from Logan University. She will complete her Master’s degree in nutrition from Logan University in the Fall of 2016.