Our story.

 

East Nashville Chiropractor, Dr. Kathleen Inman, was introduced to chiropractic and applied kinesiology at the age of 20 when she was suffering from chronic headaches. After traditional American medicine failed to diagnose and treat her condition, she started seeing a chiropractor. She received immediate, long-term relief from her chronic headaches with chiropractic care. Not only did her symptoms quickly resolve, they never returned. While Dr. Inman continued to receive chiropractic care on a maintenance basis, she never considered it as a career until a few years later.

As her understanding of chiropractic and wellness grew she began to realize the importance of wellness care versus sick care. After having such great results with chiropractic treatments, her destined career in chiropractic and wellness care began to take root. Dr. Inman’s training has included working with some of the great wellness doctors of our time. Dr. John Brimhall, known as the “father of wellness”, Dr. Katharine Conable, who is known for her passion towards women’s wellness, and the great teacher of applied kinesiology, Dr. Allan Zatkin, have strongly influenced Dr. Inman’s professional training. Her insight into both chiropractic, applied kinesiology and other wellness practices sets her office apart from other alternative health care providers in the East Nashville area.

 
 

 

Dr. Kathleen Inman

 
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Dr. Inman holds two undergraduate degrees along with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She has also completed over 300  hours of Applied Kinesiology training, has earned several additional professional certifications and is only one of a handful of chiropractors professionally certified to work on animals. While studying at Logan College of Chiropractic, she served as a chiropractic assistant at Logan Healthcare Centers and practiced at five clinics in the greater Saint Louis area. Her Internal Health Specialist Certification from the Loomis Institute affords her advanced knowledge regarding enzyme nutrition and digestive disturbances. Currently, she has completed over 100 hours towards receiving her Brimhall Certification. Dr.Inman is dedicated to continuing her education in chiropractic and wellness areas for the benefit of herself and her clients.

  • Logan College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic

  • Logan College of Chiropractic, Bachelors of Science, Life Science

  • Auburn University, Bachelors of Science, Zoology

  • International College of Applied Kinesiology, 100 hour Certification in
    Applied Kinesiology

  • Loomis Institute, Loomis Digestive Health Specialist Certification

  • International Veterinary Chiropractic Association, Animal Chiropractic Certification

 
 

 

Kimberly Breese

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Kim began her professional career in sales and marketing.  She received a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication from Ohio University and a master’s degree in communication from Northwestern University.  In 2015, she left her job as a Director of Sales for a fast-growing start-up after her health took a downward spiral. This propelled her to uncover the benefits of self-healing through a variety of holistic and integrative approaches that eventually led to Healing Touch.

Her first experience with Healing Touch was life changing. Fascinated by the effectiveness of Healing Touch, she wanted to learn more about the therapy and techniques. In January 2016, she started her training with the Healing Touch Program and successfully completed the 5 levels of education and passed the board-certified Healing Touch Proficiency Exam, which qualifies her as a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner. Through her training, she realized the connection the mind, body and spirit can have to an individual’s overall health and well-being. She is excited to share the benefits of the practice to help others on their own healing journeys.

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Leah Benjamin

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Leah Benjamin, Licensed Massage Therapist.
I received my Massage Therapy Certification at Cumberland Institute, Tennessee's oldest school of Holistic Massage Therapy. I am experienced in many styles of bodywork including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Acupressure, Prenatal, and Energy Reading and Clearing.

I believe that given the right opportunities, the body can heal itself.  As people, we are here for each other, and can help facilitate the healing by giving the body the opportunities it needs with bodywork. My passion for bodywork comes from the benefits I have experienced through receiving it myself. Receiving bodywork has been a catalyst through many phases of my life while regenerating and healing through injuries, work related physical discomfort, emotional tension, spiritual growth, and the need for relaxation. 

Whether you are looking for tension relief, targeted work (I love neck and shoulder therapy!), relaxation, or to overall enhance your well being, we can work together for a customized, integrative session, using the appropriate modality in each area of your body for the best results. 

I am pleased to provide sessions within East Nashville Chiropractic on Fridays from 10:30am to 6:30pm. 

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I am a nurturing mother and partner with a passion for the outdoors, locally grown sustainable food, fermentation, and wild-crafted arts of many forms. I grew up on the beaches of the North Fork of Long Island, fishing and clamming the salty waters in the summer, and staying cozy with my father's hand built wood stove in the winter. I have lived in Middle Tennessee for over 20 years, and love the relaxed pace and genuine kindness of the people.