Meet Dr. Ballard
Dr. Jonathan Ballard was born and raised in the small town of Hominy, OK. It was during his high school years when he began to take interest in the human body during biology class. Having succeeding well in biology class Dr. Ballard began thinking about a career in health. He received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Oklahoma Panhandle State University in 2008. A year later, Dr. Ballard made his decision to pursue a career in chiropractic after taking some time to determine which field of health care fit him best. After researching how sick the American people have become and continue to get more sick, he wanted to pursue a health field that would have the most impact to help better the health and lives of people including helping people get off of deadly medications. After researching about the principle of chiropractic which helps improve the nervous system function which then increases the body’s own natural healing ability and improves overall body function by removing nerve interference that is caused by subluxation, a misalignment in the spine, he knew this was the answer to not only his career choice but the answer to improving the health of the American people. Early in his chiropractic career Dr. Ballard realized quick he was only helping his patients “feel” better and didn’t feel as if he was succeeding at the overall health of his patients. It was at this time he was introduced to “corrective structural chiropractic” care that he found the missing link. Dr. Ballard then began to study different techniques such as Chiropractic Biophysics and Pettibon which teaches how to correct the structure of the spine back to optimal shape and position in order to achieve maximum nervous system function in order to restore optimal health in the body.
Dr. Ballard graduated from the prestigious Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City in 2013. During his professional school career he attended many seminars outside of the core curriculum to further enhance his expertise in the field and continues to do so today.
In his spare time, Dr. Ballard enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, horse back riding, spending time with family, and playing drums at church for his worship team.