about the chirohouse
Dr. Cory is a Catoosa Indian gradaute. He then pursued a bachelors in Nutrition at Oklahoma State University where he walked on to the OSU football team. He then decided to marry his best friend and move to Kansas City so he could graduate with his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Cleveland University. He served the downtown Kansas City community for 13 months before moving back to Oklahoma with his family. Dr. Cory is also a previously certified personal trainer; he also holds nine state records for powerlifting! Dr. Cory loves seeing people in all walks of life but really enjoys spreading his wealth of knowledge and experience with athletes about proper movement, balance, and neurological connection.
Dr. "Jo" was born and raised in a small town in southeastern Oklahoma. She graduated top of her class and continued her education at Oklahoma State University. She was a member of the Cowboy Marching Band, graduated with her bachelors in Animal Science, and became best friends with Dr. Cory in Organic Chemistry who would later become her husband. She then received a masters in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences from Kansas State University and finally her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Cleveland University. She served as the president of the Female Chiropractic Club for one year before giving birth to her son during the last half of chiropractic school! Dr. Jo has a strong passion for reconnecting mamas and children to their God given intelligence through neurological scans, adjustments, and education about the various Traumas, Toxins, and Thoughts that create the stress patterns we see daily.
Our name is coined from the space we serve our community from.
The Chirohouse was originally built in the 1800s and has been updated several times to accommodate growing families and is now serving Claremore and the surrounding area.
We are located just west of the turnpike and across the street from the old plant nursery.
In our office we use three different technologies to properly assess your nervous system. This equipment is safe to use on everyone, even babies and pregnant mamas.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) examines the impact of lifestyle stress while measuring adaptability. It plots the balance and overall activity of the autonomic nervous system.
Thermography detects areas of poor vasoconstriction and vasodilation control, showing altered autonomic control.
The sEMG show how neuromuscular tension is associated with postures, subluxation patterns and overall exhaustion