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Heather Iannelli

, B.S, D.C.

Dr. Heather Iannelli is a family chiropractor practicing here in Fort Wright, Kentucky.  She graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University in 1996 and then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1999.  While at Palmer she interned with one of the greatest chiropractors in the country, Dr. Larry Troxell in the Troxell Intern Program for Gonstead Methodology.  She is also certified in the Webster technique which makes her highly sought after in the tri-state area by expecting mothers.  Her level of experience and education matched with her compassion to serve others and her community makes her the top family chiropractor in the area.  She is passionate about seeing everyone grow healthy from the start and is committed to educating her clients in health and wellness.  And if that weren't enough, she is also committed to serving on the Board of Kentuckiana Children's Center in Louisville, KY. It is a non-profit chiropractic facility that provides chiropractic care for special needs children regardless of their ability to pay. Dr. Heather has been volunteering her services to Kentuckiana for over 20 years.  When not working, she is with her husband and three girls (21, 18, 15).  She loves spending time with Jesus and knows that all of her blessings have come from Him.  She absolutely loves to be a part of the miracles we see every day here at the office!

My Mission Statement

"To give the best chiropractic care to those who are subluxated, through the grace of God, and remove those subluxations the best way I know how. To gain knowledge and wisdom about chiropractic so those whom I come in contact with may have restored optimum health and to educate them on the importance of chiropractic for personal health, interrelationships, and community well-being."

                                                                                              ~Dr. Heather

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