BELTON CHIROPRACTOR, RAYMORE CHIROPRACTOR, DR. HAMPTON
Dr. Hampton is a licensed Chiropractor serving the Belton, Raymore, and Peculiar communities. Here is a brief list of things about Dr. Hampton:
Dr. Hampton graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. While at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, he played college golf for the Kangaroos. He then went on to Cleveland Chiropractic College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Hampton attends health educational seminars on a regular basis to stay up to date on the latest information in health and wellness so that he can pass that knowledge on to his patients. He currently is working on his Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists.
WHY HE CHOSE CHIROPRACTIC
After a bad car crash when he was 13 years old, he was unable to play baseball without severe pain in his throwing arm. After treatment from his chiropractor, he was able to finally throw a baseball pain free. This inspired Dr. Hampton to pursue a career in chiropractic where he would be able to help people in the same way.
Dr. Hampton believes in the fact that the body can self-regulate and heal itself when given the right treatment. Through his own personal experience and studies, he understands the power of the chiropractic adjustment and how it plays a key role in allowing the body to do what it’s best at. In addition, Dr. Hampton is passionate about nutrition, especially food sensitivities and how they affect our body. He utilizes a nutritional approach, along with specific adjustments to the spine, to alleviate pain and prevent chronic inflammatory diseases.
In order to battle the physical, chemical, and emotional stressors in life, especially the emotional roller coaster of being an avid Kansas City Chiefs and Royals fan, Dr. Hampton gets regular chiropractic adjustments. Nutrition is also important to him and so he tries to maintain a healthy diet along with whole food supplementation. “My diet before chiropractic school was pizza and cereal. I’ve since learned why that’s not the best route to go as far as nutrition. It takes some discipline, but doing the little things right each day, will allow you to live a better quality of life without all the chronic inflammation and pain.”
- Chiropractic Care and Family Care
- Food Sensitivities
- Hormone and blood sugar imbalances
- Diagnostic and laboratory testing
- Thyroid disorders