Dr. Kimberly Jones started her career as a chemical engineer, problem-solving for the health of the environment. But personal health intrigued her, too.
She was active in such sports as cycling, tennis, wind-surfing, and hiking. She learned about juicing and organic whole foods nutrition. “At the same time, my spiritual life became very important,” Dr. Jones says. “Silent prayer, scripture, and journaling expanded my faith and brought me closer to God.”
So in her early 30s, Dr. Jones found a new career path in chiropractic, which allowed her to pursue full time her interests in whole body health and wellness. Dr. Jones has been in practice for 18 years and has taken hundreds of hours of continuing education classes on soft-tissue and chiropractic techniques, acupuncture, and nutrition, as well as courses on healing prayer and spiritual direction.
“As doctors, we can often forget to really listen to our patients,” Dr. Jones says. “Listening is a critical part of diagnosis and therapy. But even more important is helping a patient listen to herself.”
Dr. Jones especially loves to solve difficult cases, combining her clinical expertise, her spiritual centeredness, and the problem-solving skills she developed as an engineer. “Our lives are so busy. Lifestyles can lead to stress, pain, disorder, and foggy thinking,” Dr. Jones says. “With help, many people can address the underlying causes of these symptoms. I’ve seen so many patients improve their health, energy, and clarity, so they can accomplish their goals with renewed joy.”
Dr. Jones received her doctorate of chiropractic and a bachelor’s degree in anatomy from Parker College of Chiropractic. She received certifications in Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET), Metagenic’s First Line Fitness, and Fellowship in Medical Acupuncture FIAMA from New York Chiropractic College.
Dr. Jones has pursued other post-graduate studies in Applied Kinesiology (AK), Chiro Plus Kinesiology (CPK), Upledger CranioSacral Therapies (CST), Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), Active Release Technique (ART), Myofascial Therapy (MFT), Brimhall’s Six Steps to Wellness, nutrition, and acupuncture. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of New Mexico.