Dr. Kessa Tucker has always had an interest in helping people. Amazed with the human body, its adaptability, resilience and strength, she knew she wanted to be part of the health care team. Upon entering college the opportunities were endless. It wasn’t until she was involved in an motor vehicle accident that she was introduced to several more ‘complimentary’ health care disciplines. She received chiropractic care, physical therapy, structural integration (rolfing) and massage therapy. Astonished by how much better she felt, she knew this was the direction she wanted to pursue. She wanted have the same impact on others lives and give the amount of personal care she had received. She studied structural integration in Boulder, CO. where she received her background in soft tissue work, massage therapy and myofascial release. Immediately, she began working in a chiropractic clinic as a bodywork/massage therapist. Here she stimulated and fed her curiosity about chiropractic care. After seven years, she knew it was time to add chiropractic to her practice and enhance her capabilities of facilitating health in others. She received her doctorate of chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic. In addition to working as a chiropractor, Dr. Tucker is a college professor dedicated to educating and fostering personal and professional growth of other.