Dr. Carol Reynolds, DC
Dr. Reynolds obtained her State of Arkansas Therapy Technician license in 1985, a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology in 1992 and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1994, graduating in the top one-third of her class. While attending college she developed skills in dealing with fibromyalgia and arthritis patients.
Laura McClelland, ND
Doctor of Naturopathy. Science major and Graduate from Trinity School of Natural Medicine 2014. Seeking natural ways to keep your body healthy. Practices at the Bella Vista Back Center with her mother Dr. Reynolds.
An Arkansas native, Dr. Carol Reynolds has been involved in the health field since 1985. Dr. Reynolds worked in a private practice physical therapy clinic helping people with back and neck pain, headaches and TMJ problems. It was there that she developed a passion for healthcare which then led her to seek out a profession in chiropractic care.
Dr. Reynolds moved to Northwest Arkansas in December of 1994. Bella Vista Back Center opened it's doors in January of 1995. Dr. Reynolds specializes in back, neck, joint and muscle pain as well as a number of disorders such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and TMJ. Dr. Reynolds utilizes the skills from her previous occupation at the physical therapy practice by blending them into her own personal style of chiropractic care.
Dr. Laura attended college at Northwest Arkansas Community College and graduated with an Associates degree in Science. She then pursued an understudy with Doctor Laurie Frew, a naturopath in practice with 14 years of experience.
Dr. Laura studied at Trinity School of Natural Medicine where she focused on nutrition, herbology, reflexology, the chemistry of food, biochemistry of the human physiology and homeopathy. She specializes in Candida overgrowth, leaky gut, parasites, nutrition, hormones and MTHFR mutations. In June of 2014 Dr. Laura graduated as a Doctor of Naturopathy. Her technique is Applied Kinesiology.
What to Expect:
Logan Basic Chiropractic