Nick Muthart, DC

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Hello, I'm Dr. Nick. I was born and raised in Kearney, Nebraska. My first experience with chiropractic was at the age of 12. At that time, my mom was experiencing frequent seizures and she saw several medical doctors and neurologists for her condition. Every test imaginable was run and she was prescribed several different medications. Yet, none of the doctors could explain the cause of the seizures or offer her any relief. 

On a whim, she decided to see a chiropractor. After a short course of treatment she completely stopped having seizures. She went from having several a day to having none. And she has now been seizure-free for over 20 years. When I began high school, I was very interested in science and wanted to become a doctor.

The experience that my mom had with a chiropractor had always impacted me. I had many questions about what chiropractic was and how it worked, so I began shadowing different chiropractors. I found out that my mom's experience with chiropractic wasn't unique. Many people have received relief from chiropractic. Not only are people with pain helped, but there are some cases, like my mom's, that may seem like a miracle. 

I attended the University of Nebraska, where I graduated with a degree in Biology. I then went on to receive a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL. After enjoying the warm weather and all that Florida has to offer, I permanently relocated to the Sunshine State. Now, I am fortunate to have a practice on the lovely beachside of Vero Beach.

I am credentialed in MRI Spine Interpretation, Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Impairment Rating, Active Release Technique, and Acupuncture. 

Joe Clark, LMT, RCA

Hi, I’m Joe Clark. I was born and raised in the small town of Varney, WV. Visiting Florida in 2010, I immediately fell in love with it and promised that one day I would move down to the sunshine state. Two years later, with nothing but a laptop and a duffel bag of clothing, I bought a 1-way ticket to Port Saint Lucie. Within the month, I enrolled in college and began working.

Graduating from Keiser University, I obtained my Associates of Science in Massage Therapy, versus a certificate from a traditional massage trade school. At the university, I was instructed by doctors and learned the medical side of massage therapy. With that knowledge in hand, I prefer to focus on the therapeutic/medical side of massage - restoring tissues to their normal function. I am also a Registered Chiropractic Assistant, in which I serve many functions in the office.