"An intact nervous system will lead to optimum functioning of the human body."
-Dorland’s Medical Text
Dr. Meghan McNeil was born and raised in South Dakota where she attended Elk Point-Jefferson High School and excelled in basketball, volleyball, and golf. Upon graduation from high school, she attended Kansas State University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in both Human Nutrition and Kinesiology in May 2007. After seeing a chiropractor for a neck problem during college, Dr. McNeil knew she had found her true calling and decided to attend Parker University in Dallas, TX, where she graduated Cum Laude with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. During her doctoral studies, she developed a passion for helping children of all ages and pregnant women. She saw first hand how powerful an adjustment can be for both children and expectant mothers. This led her to start her journey in the post-doctoral training program through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. She is Webster certified, which is a technique used to help align and balance the pelvic muscles and ligaments to allow for optimal fetal positioning in preparation for birth. The technique is especially known for helping with breech presentations.
Dr. McNeil is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and American Chiropractic Association. Some of her hobbies include golfing, gardening, white water rafting, cooking, and hiking. Dr. McNeil has a Yorkie named Bogey who you will see in the office from time to time.
Meghan McNeil D.C.