A Hendersonville Chiropractor with a Non-Invasive Approach
Our Mission: to provide our community with a non-invasive approach to health in order to achieve sustained wellness at a reasonable cost. We aspire to promote the natural recuperative abilities of the human body, highlighting God’s creative intelligence.
a) to help the local community through a God-honoring clinic
b) to inspire our patients to become active participants in their own well being
c) to educate our patients so they can share chiropractic with others
Our Chiropractic Philosophy
Our Philosophy: At Compass we take a hands on, yet non-invasive approach to wellness. Unlike mainstream health care that attempts to override your body’s innate mechanisms, we aim to work alongside the natural wisdom of the body. Compass Chiropractic is dedicated to providing the Hendersonville community with sustainable health solutions, not shortcuts. Every patient is important and receives highly individualized care. We understand that time and money are among the most important things to our patients. Therefore we make office visits efficient and budget-friendly, without sacrificing quality of care. Call the office to book your first chiropractor appointment today so we can help you navigate toward better health. We look forward to serving you. Meet the team right now.
Meet the Doctor
Dr. Spring earned a B.S. in Athletic Training/Corporate Fitness from Grand Valley State University in 1992, then graduated from Michigan State University in 2000 with a Masters in Kinesiology. He earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Sherman College in 2015. Along with his academic accomplishment, Dr. Spring has a history of 18 plus years in Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapy. Among other qualities, he is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Dr. Spring had his first chiropractic experience in 1983 while living in south Florida. Several years later, a chiropractor in Michigan ( a world cup soccer player from Egypt) “planted a seed” in him to be a chiropractor and combine my Athletic Training background with Chiropractic care. It was in 2006 that he first felt the nudge of God to help more people with manual therapy techniques. The visit to Sherman College just “felt right” and I started this new path in October of 2010 at Sherman College of Chiropractic at Spartanburg, S.C.