Dr. Vincent is a chiropractor in West Little Rock. He first became introduced to chiropractic at a very young age. At a grade school health screening, Dr. Vincent was diagnosed with scoliosis (abnormal curves in the spine). He was referred to a chiropractor by his pediatrician where he was adjusted and the spine was returned to its normal position. Later, Dr. Vincent was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. After years of experimental medical treatment for the condition which was administered with no consistent results, Dr. Vincent started seeing a
family chiropractor again as well as receiving nutritional counseling. The results were very successful. After these experiences, Dr. Vincent became interested in chiropractic and the idea that, the body doesn’t make mistakes and when given the proper tools, the body can heal itself.
Dr. Vincent graduated from Central Arkansas Christian in 1998. After finishing his undergraduate prerequisites in Arkansas, Dr. Vincent moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he attended Life University. In 2004, Dr. Vincent graduated with his Doctorate in Chiropractic. He practiced in Atlanta for 3 years before returning to Arkansas to practice at Chenal Chiropractic in West Little Rock.
Dr. Vincent holds a postgraduate certification as a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP), and a Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (CCWP).
Currently Dr. Vincent is participating in a diplomate program in pediatrics and pregnancy through the ICPA. This will enable him to help moms through their pregnancy and children as their spines are developing.
Dr. Vincent is married to wife, Jessica. They have two well adjusted children, Magnolia and Gabriel.
“At the age of 16, I watched my father suffer from having failed back surgery and subsequently becoming disabled in the prime of his life. At the time I knew nothing of chiropractic or acupuncture and the wonderful things that they are capable of. I wish I had known then that the wonders of chiropractic help people like my father every day. I decided after college that if I could become a chiropractor and help to manage people’s pain with less invasive medicine than that is what I would do.”
After finishing her undergraduate degree at the University of Central Arkansas, Dr. Wynn moved to Kansas City, MO where she attended Cleveland Chiropractic College. During her four years at Cleveland, Dr. Wynn focused on X-Ray analysis, human anatomy and physiology, physical diagnosis, and various chiropractic adjusting techniques. In 2004, Dr. Wynn graduated with her Doctorate in Chiropractic. At that time she accepted an extended internship with the Chiropractic Healing Center in Kansas City, KS. Upon completion of her internship, Dr. Wynn moved back to her home state of Arkansas where she has been in active practice since 2005.
Dr. Wynn holds her post graduate certification in acupuncture. This certification has enabled her to treat a wider range of patients by using the ancient art of acupuncture along with chiropractic to treat various ailments such as migraines, low back and neck pain, bursitis, tendonitis, and TMJ to name a few. Dr. Wynn has also begun training to be certified by the Titleist Performance Institute as a Golf Injury Specialist. This advanced certification will enable Dr.Wynn to focus on golf professionals and how to incorporate physical conditioning, screening, and rehabilitative programs to treat and prevent common golf injuries.
Dr. Wynn believes in a multi-faceted approach to healthcare. “As healthcare providers it is our duty to help educate our patients to understand their bodies and its well-being and to explore alternatives that treat not only our symptoms but also our underlying problems”.