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My name is Jake Simmons and growing up I played a lot of different sports and participated in outdoor scouting activities.  As a result, I experienced my fair share of injuries.  Although I never went to see a chiropractor I never bought in to the idea of taking medication to fix my aches and pains.  Then in 2003 I was in a major car accident and things changed.  Although I was not seriously injured, I did sustain a whiplash injury. 

It was at the urging of the insurance company that I see a chiropractor near where I was attending college.  That is when I had my first adjustment, and felt the first relief from a headache I had been suffering through for about 2 years.  The treatment for my car accident opened my eyes to some other injuries I had been ignoring.  During the course of my treatment, I was enrolled in some pre-med lecture classes where we had different specialties come and talk to us about their fields.  I thought I had settled on sports medicine until the Chiropractor came to talk to us.  He told me about how chiropractic schools specialize right from the start.  Needless to say I like what he had to say, and I really liked the treatment and pain relief I was experiencing from my chiropractor. 

Once I had earned my pre-requisites for entering chiropractic school, I applied for and was accepted to Southern California University of Health Sciences.  I attended and graduated from this school earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree in April of 2010.  After finishing chiropractic school I was able to complete my undergraduate degree in exercise science from BYU in Provo, Utah.  Since moving to Hawaii I have been the chiropractor for all of the sports programs at BYU-H as well as Kahuku High School.  I have earned a certification in Strength and Conditioning from the NSCA and am very familiar with athletes and the injuries and stress they go through.  I have been an Army Reservist since 2015 and have completed basic combat training (BCT) and officer candidate school (OCS) and am familiar with some of the working environments and conditions of military members. I also have four active children, whom I have been adjusting since birth, and am very familiar with their injuries and activity levels as well.   I have had the opportunity to work at a couple other practices here on the island, Oahu Family Chiropractic from January 2011 to June 2015, and Island Family Chiropractic from October 2018 to July 2022.  

Please give me a chance to change your life the way another chiropractor changed mine.

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