Dr. Jennifer McCleary has been the owner of Triad Sports & Family Chiropractic since its inception in 2006. She is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician®, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist®, and holds the International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic. Dr. McCleary is also proud to be a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), The ACA Sports Council and the ACA Rehab Council. She has worked with the Olympic Training and Performance Center's Medical Volunteer Program, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and as Adjunct Faculty at Logan University. As a Sports Chiropractic she enjoys helping her practice members boost their athletic performance. She also admits that she has a passion for helping those of any age and athletic ability as long as there is a willingness to be well. She encourages her patients to listen to their bodies. Her practice teaches people the ways to maintain better health through a healthy spine, good nutrition, various lifestyle changes, and other holistic strategies that do not involve drugs or surgery.
Why did you decide to become a chiropractor?
'When getting ready to graduate from the University of Tennessee I knew that I was looking for a profession where I could work with athletes, but I was also interested in looking at the whole person. I liked the idea of identifying natural ways to support the body as it heals itself. That is when I knew that chiropractic school was the next step.'
Some of Dr. McCleary's other professional interest include addressing female hormone imbalances, chronic pain syndromes, and digestive disorders. When she is outside of the office you may find her on a jog, doing yoga, community service, or enjoying a meal with family and friends. She has been recognized for her attention to detail, a comprehensive approach, and the ability to connect with her patients.
If you would like to request Dr. Jennifer McCleary to lecture for your organization or to book her for coverage at a sporting event, yoga workshop, concert or tournament. Please contact the office at (314) 833-4600.