Ultilizing gentle chiropractic, applied kinesiology, chiropractic biophysics, activator, neuro-emotional technique and supplements/nutrition, Dr. Kristen Ude has helped people of all ages find their way to a life of health and vitality. With a particular insight into autoimmunity and the power of an anti-inflammatory diet, many conditions can be supported if not cured by specific dietary and lifestyle changes.
Located centrally near Seton Main Hospital and the original Kerbey Lane Cafe, Dr. Ude offices on the top floor of The Jefferson Building at 1600 W. 38th Street.
Dr. Ude experienced miraculous relief with chiropractic care and went on to graduate with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2002. Next, she earned her Certified Clinical Nutrition diplomat and continuously studies genetics, the impact of stress on health and the importance of good physical, chemical, emotional, relational and spiritual alignment. She holds the high watch for everyone that struggles with challenging chronic conditions.