Dr. Ashley graduated magna cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic and holds advanced certifications and training beyond her graduate degree. Her passion for the profession drives her to continuously attend seminars to learn the newest advances in order to best serve the community using techniques backed by scientific research.
Dr. Ashley specializes in structural correction using a combination of techniques such as Pettibon, CBP, Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson drop, and Webster all dependent upon patient needs.
She is dedicated to helping patients achieve and maintain optimal health using the 5 Beams of Life which are the five factors that must be taken into account in order to reach one’s full God-given potential and function at 100%.
Dr. Mina found chiropractic early in her life, she credits her successful rugby career to the chiropractic profession. She played through high school but had to take time off after sustaining a multiple injuries. This led her to chiropractic which allowed her to continue playing at the DI collegiate level. Her passion to understand the body and its ability to heal naturally furthered, after witnessing the power chiropractic had by translating intention into reality. She chose to pursue a career in chiropractic after receiving her Bachelor’s in Science of Exercise Science.
Dr. Mina earned her Doctor Chiropractic degree at Life University in GA. During her time at school, she gained training beyond her graduate degree by traveling overseas to take part in a chiropractic mission’s trip. where she empowerd, educated, and facilitated the gift of healing. She is devoted to getting patients to their optimal health by helping them gain control of their health, functionality, wellness, and their body’s ability to heal naturally through chiropractic care.
Dr. Mina is excited to serve the St. Petersburg community and leave a healing impact. When she’s not at the office she’s exploring all the local restaurants, beaches, and supporting local shops. She is Trader Joe’s “unofficial” sponsor.
Candace graduated from Ivy Tech Community College and is certified by the Indiana professional licensing agency. She also has an Associates Applied Science in Healthcare degree. Candace works with trigger point therapy and muscle work to alleviate dysfunction in the skeletal muscle and soft tissue. Candace can also utilize the “cupping” technique as well to help alleviate tension and increase circulation. She has worked extensively with chiropractors in helping patients with their physical issues and implementing the best modalities and treatments for their best results.