The Reno chiropractors at Northern Nevada Chiropractic are passionate about wellness, rehabilitation of the body, and helping their patients achieve a pain-free and optimal quality of life. Each of our three doctors focus on various areas of patient care, giving NNC a well-rounded and holistic approach to patient care.
The doctors of NNC also collaborate on most cases, giving our patients the advantage of second opinions without ever having to schedule an outside appointment. Get to know our doctors a little more by visiting their individual pages. Then get in touch to make your appointment. We look forward to taking care of you!
Understanding that hips, shoulders and knees were problematic for a large portion of the population, Dr. Riley prefers to help his patients with comprehensive chiropractic care while teaching them ways to help themselves heal more quickly through stretches, postures and pain-relieving exercises.
Dr. Welch takes a whole-body approach when it comes to chiropractic, as he has certifications in nutrition, radiology, prenatal care, biomechanics, and extremity rehabilitation. Dr. Welch is currently in the process of attaining a Diplomat from the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition.
Certified in Webster’s Technique from the ICPA, Dr. Nelson finds it especially rewarding to work with children and pregnant women. By using the above technique, she has helped many women experience better birthing experiences that protect the health of both the infant and the mother.
Dr. Jim has been practicing Chiropractic for almost 25 years. He attended San Diego Sate University for two years then transferred to Calpoly-SLO earning a bachelors degree in Biology and Kinesiology. He attended chiropractic school at Palmer West in Sunnyvale, CA, graduating in 1993 with a degree in Chiropractic.
Dr. Mitchell received his Bachelors in Biomedical Science from Northwest Missouri State University and went on to get his Doctor of Chiropractic from Cleveland University-Kansas City. As a chiropractor, his mission is to help patients live better lives without pain or limited mobility.