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Meet Dr. Melani Crocker

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    Melani Crocker

    Dr. Melani grew up in Anacortes, Washington. While in high school playing sports Dr. Melani received chiropractic care which enhanced her performance. She was so pleased with her results she decided to enter Logan Chiropractic School in St Louis after high school. Her lifelong goal was to help people achieve health and enhance the performance of athletes playing sports. Through her learning and teaching at the Family Practice Seminars, she has come to realize the importance of healing families. It is so important to the doctor that she has established a special wellness program for individuals and families to offset the rising costs of modern health care.

    Dr. Melani has been practicing in Lebanon for 26 years. She and her husband, Dr. Jack Crocker, have 2 children, Tabby and Jacob and they reside in Stoutland, MO.

    Dr. Melani's certification includes Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Natural Hormone Replacement. She shares her knowledge teaching for the Family Practice in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Dr. Melani is active in her community, serving on the board of the local Pregnancy Support Center and has been involved in the American Business Women's Association. She is also a member of the Missouri State Chiropractic Association and serves as the District Insurance Representative. Dr. Melani coached soccer for many years and is active in her church, Community Baptist Church.

    Dr. Melani Crocker and her team focus on health and wellness and active lifestyles for all their patients, teaching them to stay healthy for life. We believe that every person deserves to be healthy from the time they are born through their last breath of life.

    Dr. Melani Crocker and her team are proud to serve Lebanon and all the surrounding communities with GREAT chiropractic care.

    We bring people, 'Back to Health', one person, one family at a time...

Attention Valued Patients: You may have received a letter stating that we are out of network with Aetna. We have since determined this letter was sent due to an error in Aetna's system and we are not out of network. We are currently working to resolve this issue.
 


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