Dr.Candice Mathis hails from a rural farm and ranch community in southern Colorado known as the San Luis Valley where she began her studies to become a Chiropractor at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado.
In addition to her studies, she worked in Physical Therapy for four years to help prepare her for the clinic setting of chiropractic school. She completed her education at Logan College of Chiropractic, now Logan University, in St. Louis with a Bachelors of Science in Life sciences and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
In addition to her Logan education, Dr. Mathis has completed over 300 hours of post graduate work in basic Applied Kinesiology, ART, and SOT. She had the privelage to learn from Dr. Louis Boven, Dr. Katharine Conable, Dr. Robert Kuhn, and Dr. Mary Unger-Boyd.
Dr. Mathis began her internship in 2013 at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois where she provided care to active duty service men and women. Dr. Candice has a passion for educating people about food from seed to plate. She believes that all things should be in balance and that includes the body.
In her spare time she enjoys a variety of outdoor activities like running, kayaking, backpacking, and gardening; just to name a few.