At 16, I had an X-ray taken of my foot because I continued to have pain during exercise. At that point, I had already torn the ACL in my right knee playing soccer. My pediatric orthopedic specialist told me that if I didn't slow down from playing sports, I'd be in a wheelchair by age forty.Read More
After enduring over a dozen surgeries, I was cleared to live a "normal" life at age 12. Physically, I found a way to function independently, but my adolescence was anything but normal.Read More
I vividly remember my first pair of shoes that came from a store and weren't prescribed by a physician.
I'd be lying if I said that I chose chiropractic as my profession. Instead, Chiropractic chose me. It chose me because of my superpower: my disability.Read More
Dr. Stubbs discusses what inspires her to help others through chiropractic.Read More
I use my disability every single day so others can reach their health goals.Read More