Dr. Abigail Emery
Dr. Emery, a chiropractic physician, joined our team in 2016. She was attracted to Loehr Chiropractic by the positive environment and the opportunity to grow. She uses a unique approach to treating musculoskeletal pain that combines chiropractic, acupuncture, functional rehabilitation, and soft tissue techniques. She also has experience working directly with athletes to improve athletic performance. Her favorite part of her job is helping people who have felt limited by pain get back to living their lives. In her spare time she enjoys spending time at the lake with her family, long distance running, and marathons.
- Logan College of Chiropractic- Chesterfield, MO: April 2016
- Doctor of Chiropractic
- Murray State University-Murray, KY: August 2012
- Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
Loehr Chiropractic & Acupuncture: January 2016 – present
- Certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
- Certified in Acupuncture and Trigger Point Dry Needling
- Certified Medical Examiner
- Certified in Webster Technique
- Pregnancy and pediatrics
- Sports Performance
- Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention
- Rock Tape certified provider
- Certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment
- Certified in Acupuncture and Dry Needling
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (myofascial release)
- Business Networking International (BNI)
- Springfield Chamber of Commerce
- Lift Up Springfield
- Better U
- Include Ozarks
Native to: Saint Charles, Missouri
I worked at Smoothie King for 3 years while I was in high school. It started out as a summer job. After I was promoted to shift leader I held a lot of responsibility and pride in how our store operated.
Who was the most influential person to you as a child?
My dad is definitely my rock. I don’t make any big decisions without consulting him first. He showed me what it truly means to work hard and run a successful business. I learned a lot from him, including how important it is to put God and family first. He always encourages me to take risks and follow my heart.
Why did you become a chiropractor?
I have wanted to be a doctor since I was six years old. I have a strong desire to help people reach their full potential. That comes from the fact that I have high expectations for myself and I always strive to do my best. I enjoyed being the captain of my high school varsity track and cross country team. I also ran marathons in college. While I was running competitively, I learned a lot about athletic training, nutrition, and sports performance. I completed an internship in strength and conditioning at Lindenwood University. I wanted a career that would challenge me and encourage me to make a difference in my community. For me, being a chiropractor means I have nearly unlimited methods to help people reach their goals naturally.
What is one modern convenience you couldn’t live without?
I couldn’t live without clean drinking water. I go through several bottles of pure drinking water each day.
What is your favorite place to visit?
I absolutely love to visit the Rocky Mountains. I especially like Estes Park, Colorado. My family and I hiked Long’s Peak when I was in college. It was the most serene place I have explored.
What is your favorite way to spend your weekend?
I love to spend a weekend on the lake with my family and friends. I live less than an hour away from my family’s cabin at Table Rock Lake. You can find me at the lake going swimming, water skiing, or fishing just about every weekend!
Where do you like to volunteer your time?
I enjoy volunteering at Lift Up Springfield. It’s a great way for me to show people who otherwise wouldn’t have access to a chiropractor how much we can do for them. The patients get a lot out of our work and it’s very fulfilling to see them get healthy.