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Dr. Kara Wilcox-Davidson D.C. is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in June, 2006.  She is a member of International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA, Inc) and Ohio State Chiropractic Association (OSCA). Dr. Davidson has received special training in pediatrics and prenatal chiropractic. She is certified in the Webster Technique and is in the process of obtaining her Pediatric Diplomate through postgrad education. She is truly passionate about the whole health and well being of families and looks forward to taking care of you and your family.



Dr. Kara Davidson has received specialized training in many chiropractic techniques including Thompson, Gonstead, Diversified and Webster which allows her to serve patients with individualized care.


Webster Technique – The late Dr. Larry Webster, D.C. and founder of I.C.P.A discovered the technique that helps restore proper pelvic balance and function. The technique is a specific chiropractic analysis adjustment used for pregnant mothers that relieves intrauterine restraint and allows the baby to move into the correct birthing position.


Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique (abr. B.E.S.T.) – is a non-forceful, energy balancing, hands-on procedure to help establish the full healing potentials of the human body. Our body is a self-healing mechanism. B.E.S.T. Principles acknowledge the concept of interference we create with our conscious mind to hinder our recovery and obtaining optimal health.  Using complicated techniques, B.E.S.T. removes the interference to help us achieve a complete health of mind, body and spirit.


I.C.P.A – Institute of Chiropractic Pediatric Association was founded by Larry Webster D.C. in 1986. The organization’s mission is “to provide education, training, and support research on chiropractic care in pregnancy and throughout childhood because all children need chiropractic care.” ( The I.C.P.A. offers advanced training to Doctors of Chiropractic in postgraduate classes pertaining to prenatal and childhood care. They also publish a magazine for patients “Pathways to Wellness” that addresses chiropractic and holistic wellness for children and expectant mothers. It is the largest and oldest international organization of its kind, with over 2,000 members of Chiropractors and students. Their website, has a wealth of information for parents, community members, and practitioners alike.


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