Dr. Bryant Lee Kitchen started his chiropractic journey when he was 15 years old after a sports injury his family chiropractor helped get him back on the field. He then continued treatment to help improve his well being. While at college he made the final decision to be a chiropractor due to his anatomy and physiology teacher, also a chiropractor, he taught Dr Kitchen how chiropractic is involved in the complete well being of an individual. Dr. Kitchen found that as a chiropractor he could help patients get out of pain, but also live a healthier life. He firmly believes that the human touch is healing and is currently missing in our current medical care. Bryant left for Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2008 after getting his bachelor’s degree in nutritional science from Utah State University. At chiropractic school he felt the need to learn as many adjusting techniques as possible, which would then allow him to be more diverse with his treatment and therefore help more people. The techniques he learned at school are as follows: gonstead, diversified, thompson drop, motion palpation, sacral occipital technique, activator, pediatric, and techniques for expecting mothers. He is excited to add Thermography to his tool bag in the treatment of patients.
In 2012 he bought TLC Chiropractic in Rogue River, Oregon, where he continues to help patients find relief. Since then he has fallen in love with the Rogue valley and the great people here. In his line of priorities Dr. Kitchen has God first, Family second, and then Caring for his patients third. He has been told by his patient that they enjoy coming in to his office because he really listens and customizes his treatment to the patient.