Dr. Josh is originally from the small town of Weston, Missouri about 30 miles northwest of Kansas City. He did his undergraduate studies at Mizzou and then transferred to Logan College of Chiropractic to complete his education. Dr. Josh and Dr. Ginger met at Logan College and were married in 2007 after completing their studies. They have two children, Mila, 5 and Noel, 3. He has completed multiple courses in Applied Kinesiology and has studied other chiropractic techniques including Thompson technique, Gonstead technique, and Logan Basic Method. He has also completed numerous courses on nutrition. Dr. Josh believes in a holistic approach to health and that each patient is unique and needs to be treated as such. Because of his holistic approach, Dr. Josh will consider structural, nutritional, or emotional components to each case. As a christian, Dr. Josh enjoys attending Grace Bible church with his family.
Hello my name is Dr. Ginger. I love God, my family, and helping people be the healthiest them that they can be.
I am a Logan College of Chiropractic alumni and have been in private practice since 2009. Before opening our office here in Warrenton, I did a 2 year residency at the Biofreeze Sports Medicine clinic at Logan where I received my Masters in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, as well as, my CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician). During the 7 years we have been in practice we have expanded our family and have two beautiful daughters. I am sure you will get the pleasure of meeting them soon, as they know our office to be their second home.
I came to know and love chiropractic as a college athlete. I was a student athlete in both high school and college and had many injuries during my career. Unfortunately, the care I received only masked the true underlying problems that were causing my injuries. I knew there had to be a better way and started looking into chiropractic. One visit to the Logan College campus and I was enrolled in school.
I believe that our body uses symptoms to alert us that something inside our bodies is not working. It is my passion to find the root cause(s) of the symptoms and use chiropractic/rehabilitation and nutrition to make the body work as God has designed it to work.
Dr. Kelsey Cardenas
Born and raised in St. Louis, Dr. Kelsey holds a doctorate of chiropractic degree from Logan University. And is board eligible to obtain her DABCI (Diplomate in American Board of Chiropractic Internists). This focuses on a functional medicine approach to healing.
After gratuation from Logan she worked a year at Truman Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri as a chiropractor. Upon marrying the love of her life, she was swept down to Texas; then two kids, and two years later, they find themselves back in Missouri, where they met.
Her favorite pastimes are spending time with her husband, Gerardo, and two little boys. They enjoy runnning, dancing, and traveling. .
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in care of the human frame, in diet and in cause and prevention of disease.”