Dr. Traci Nelson-Johnson
Dr. Traci Nelson-Johnson received her Chiropractic degree in 1998 from Palmer College of Chiropractic. In 2003, she received her Diplomate in Chiropractic Pediatrics signifying three years of post-doctorate education in the care of children and pregnant women. She is a member of the Iowa Chiropractic Society and the International Chiropractors Association Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics . Teaching others about chiropractic is Dr. Traci’s passion. She frequently mentors chiropractic students in her office with “shadowing” and chiropractic student interns. She speaks in school classrooms, from preschools to chiropractic colleges, and donates her time educating various civic organizations. Dr. Traci loves volunteering at her daughters’ school, being a “dance mom” and going on adventures with her silly girls. She is active in her church and enjoys the challenge of running half marathons.
Dr. Lindsay Gall
Dr. Lindsay Gall is a 2008 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. She fell in love with chiropractic as a young child after finding relief from ear infections. She decided early on that she would become a Chiropractor because she wanted to help others in a natural way. Prior to coming to Davenport she attended Highland Community College in Freeport, Illinois where she was awarded her Associate of Science degree in 2004. While at Palmer, she was also awarded her Bachelors of Science degree in 2005 and belonged to the Palmer Pediatrics club and served as her class Treasurer. She enjoys spending time with her Husband, Matt, and their 3 girls. She is an avid runner and enjoys spending time outdoors and with her family.
Dr. Tyler Johnson
Dr. Tyler Johnson is originally from Clarence, Iowa and earned his Bachelors In Science from Iowa State University before attending chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2002 and has had special interest and training in sports and soft tissue injuries. He has said, “My favorite thing in chiropractic practice is adjusting someone with a headache and giving them relief”.
Outside of the office he enjoys playing basketball, golfing, goofing around with his wife and their three girls as well as volunteering with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and his church.
Dr. Stephanie Rower
Dr. Stephanie Rower received her Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from Northwestern Health Science University in 2011. She was certified in acupuncture in 2012. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Physiology from the University of Minnesota. She loves being able to help people. Dr. Stephanie was always interested in natural health care while growing up and logically decided to go the chiropractic route for care and wanted to teach others about the benefits of chiropractic. She realized good health was possible to achieve through proper nutrition, spinal alignment, and physical fitness. While at Northwestern Health Science University, Dr. Rower started training for her first triathlon and saw how much regular chiropractic care helped her to achieve her goals. She believes that a healthy lifestyle includes four key components: well balanced nutrition, proper body mechanics, stretching, and exercise. Dr. Stephanie has found success in treating patients of all ages with common issues such as neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle pain. She also enjoys working with pregnant women and babies as personal experience has taught her many things.
Dr. Rower has a passion for cooking, yoga, swimming, biking, and enjoying the outdoors with her family. She recently relocated to Davenport with her husband and young daughter to pursue a promotion in his career. Dr. Rower looks forward to continuing her chiropractic and acupuncture practice which will allow her to teach her passion in natural health care to her patients while allowing their body to function optimally by clearing out interference from spinal and extremity misalignments.