MEET THE DOCTOR

Dr. Meyers is a board certified Doctor or Chiropractic, practicing here in Franklin, Indiana. She is a life-long resident of Johnson County and a 2006 graduate of Franklin Community High School. She began her educational pursuit of helping others improve their health and wellness at Huntington University, receiving her Bachelors of Science Degree in Exercise Science/Kinesiology in 2010. She completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan College of Chiropractic in August, 2014. During her clinical rotation as a Senior Intern, she was selected among only a handful of her peers to serve as a Group Leader, mentoring students through their clinical experience. In this capacity she earned two distinguished awards: Health Center Achievement Award, awarded for exemplary clinical performance and academic excellence, as well as a Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding and unselfish service as a senior intern for Logan University Health Centers.
Growing up as an athlete, she understands the need to be as healthy as possible to ensure no injuries occur. Proper body function and biomechanics are a must. She was a 4-year varsity player of the volleyball team while at Franklin Community High School. She also went on to compete collegiately for 4 years for Huntington University’s Women’s Volleyball team in Huntington, Indiana.
She is proud to be serving the community in which she grew up and is doing so in the office of Lumsdon Chiropractic. Dr. Jay Lumsdon is a long-time practicing chiropractor in Franklin and has been a mentor to her. She is happy to have the opportunity to continue learning from him and to be practicing within the walls of this well respected practice.
The chiropractic philosophy of this office is simple. It is our hope to help as many people as possible to experience life to its fullest. You live your life through your Nervous System, and Chiropractic care deals with restoring and balancing that system. Avoiding drugs and surgery by using conservative chiropractic care helps to allow the body to heal itself.
When Dr. Meyers is not in the office, she enjoys hiking, the outdoors, playing volleyball, cycling, spending time with her family, and going for walks with her yellow lab named Zoey.