Dr. Brady R. Williams

Chiropractor
Dr. Brady R. Williams is a third generation chiropractor and has been practicing in the St. Louis area since 2006. Dr. Williams is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, which is the world’s first and largest chiropractic college. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in General Science and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College. Dr. Williams also completed post-graduate study in Sports Injuries at Logan University in Chesterfield, Missouri, where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Sport Science and Rehabilitation.

Dr. Williams provides conservative care for a variety of conditions including sports injuries, neck pain, back pain, disc issues, headaches, sciatica, shoulder pain, foot pain, knee pain, fibromyalgia, and arthritis pain. In addition to his St. Louis office, Dr. Williams maintains a family practice in Columbia Illinois.

Dr. Williams is a St. Louis City resident and is passionate about the revitalization of our great city. Dr. Williams and his wife Kayla reside in a century-old warehouse in the Washington Ave Loft-district and enjoy exploring city neighborhoods and dining at the many great restaurants in the city.

When Dr. Williams is not adjusting patients, he does a tremendous amount of public speaking on healthy living and performs spinal screenings to educate the public about chiropractic care. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends and is an avid St. Louis sports fan.

Dr. Williams loves to travel and was able to travel to Hyderabad India, while a student at Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he provided chiropractic care in local clinics and hospitals.

Sports and Wellness Chiropractor

In addition to a family practice, Dr. Williams is interested in helping the local community achieve better health and performance. Dr. Williams is available to speak to your group (athletes, business, etc) on a variety of topics. As a certified Rock Doc, Dr. Williams helps local athletes heal from injury caused by Crossfit, exercising, or sports.

 

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