Along the route of some of these nerve pathways, can arise an interference of communication. We, as chiropractors, refer to this as a subluxation. In other words, a subluxation is anything that blocks the communication pathways between the brain and the body. Whether it's a bone out of place or another way; A Subluxation can arise in 3 main ways.
My name is Dr. Jordana Beutelschies (Dr. B). I live in Van Buren, AR with my husband Cody Beutelschies and our son Collier. We have 2 dogs: Harley and Lucy.
I attended the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith and graduated from there in 2010 with a Bachelors in Science and Technology in Organizational Leadership. After that I moved to Dallas where I attended Parker College of Chiropractic (now Parker University) and graduated from there April 2014 with my Doctorate in Chiropractic.
During my studies at Parker, I also received an additional Bachelor's Degree in Anatomy as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Health and Wellness. I wrapped up my internship at the Dallas VA Hospital.
Chiropractic can help!
Chiropractic is the philosophy, science, and art of things natural. It is a nonsurgical and drug-free approach to healing and is focused around the function of the nervous system, which is housed within the spinal column. The central nervous system (CNS) oversees all the other organ systems' (digestive, immune, reproductive systems, etc..) functions. In fact, it is referred to as the “master system.” The CNS provides all the communication pathways between the brain and rest of the body.
JB Animal Chiropractic
Outside of my chiropractic curriculum, I was able to pursue my animal chiropractic studies. It was a 6 month, 215 hour course in the study of animal chiropractic. I passed my animal certification and licensing written and practical examinations later that year.
I currently have a human practice in Fort Smith, AR with Seubold Chiropractic Clinic. I am an active member of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, Arkansas Chiropractic Society, Unified Chiropractors Association and the Arkansas Chiropractic Physicians Association. I am also a member of Muldrow First Assembly of God, an Education Advisor for Gamma Phi Beta, and a member of the Fort Smith Junior League.
I am a licensed, AVCA certified Doctor of Animal Chiropractic in both Arkansas and Oklahoma.
**ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC DOES NOT DISPENSE MEDICATIONS, PERFORM SURGERY, INJECT MEDICATIONS OR ATTEMPT TO REPLACE NECESSARY TRADITIONAL VETERINARY CARE. ALWAYS CALL YOUR VETERINARIAN FOR ANY EMERGENCIES.**
My job is to remove this subluxation. I do that with a high velocity, low amplitude, gentle thrust to a specific joint usually along the spine either using my hands or an instrument. The Chiropractor's role is to remove the subluxation, restore motion, help the nervous system perform at 100% and allow the body to heal itself. Because chiropractors believe that the power that made body, can heal the body.