Dr. Clements grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina, and received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in biological sciences. He then went on to study in St. Louis, Missouri, where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree and a B.S. in human biology. While attending school at Logan University he gained extensive knowledge working with sports teams for the University of Missouri, as well as the athletic programs at Lindenwood University, and Missouri Baptist University. Following graduation Dr. Clements had the moved to Denver, CO where he was able to work with patients suffering from chronic neurological conditions using qEEG Neurofeedback to help them overcome these chronic conditions. Dr. Clements also had the opportunity to work with the paraplegic athletes of the U.S. Olympic wheelchair rugby team, an experience that added another dimension to his knowledge.
Dr. Clements is certified and trained in class IV laser therapy. He is currently working on a master’s degree in Clinical Neuroscience as well as becoming a board certified Chiropractic Neurologist. Chiropractic neurology is a new and growing field, based on current research, that focuses on a comprehensive approach to treating complex neurological dysfunction. He currently has over 450 hours of continuing education in Clinical Neuroscience from the Carrick Institute.
Dr. Clements enjoys spending time with his wife Nikki, and their 3 rescued dogs. In his free time, he enjoys sports, running, biking and mixed martial arts.
Academics and Involvement
D.C. Logan University 2014
B.S. Logan Biological Sciences, Logan University 2012
B.S. Human Biology, NCSU 2010
Carrick Institute, 2015-2019
Class IV Laser Therapy
Myofascial Release – FAKTR
450 hours of Clinical Neuroscience
ACSM Head Up Certicfication
AFNI Neurofeedback Certification
Manual Chiropractic Adjustments
Low Force Instrument Guided Adjustments
Peripheral Neuropathy Rehab Therapy
Class IV Laser Therapy
Balance and Fall Risk Assessments
Kinetisense – 3D Structural Analysis and Functional Movement Assessments
Photobiomodulation of Brain Injuries
Electrical Muscle Stimulation
Sports Rehabilitation through Motion Guidance
Kinesiotaping Dry Needling