Dr. Kelly Kadolph attended Northwest Missouri State University, were he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry. He then pursued his Doctorate training at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City Missouri.
Dr. Kadolph comes from a family of Chiropractors, including his father, sister, his son and nephew. He owned and operated his own clinic in Bethany Missouri for 20 years before relocating to Lake of the Ozarks, and more recently to St. Peters.
Dr. Kadolph has completed comprehensive postgraduate training in sports injuries and orthopedics, finishing his education towards a Diplomate in Chiropractic Orthopedics and acquiring a Certification as a Sports Physician. He specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and nutrition of sports injuries. He is an avid runner, swimmer and bicyclist. I have treated athletes from young to old, professional athlete to youth baseball and the weekend warrior. My goal is for you to return to play as fast as possible, with the least possibility of re-injury and a continued treatment plan to keep you in the best physical and nutritional condition, and decrease the probability of reoccurrence.
Dr. Kadolph was raised in a Chiropractic Household.
I learned as a child, through my father, the philosophy of Chiropractic. In our home illness was treated with conservative care; Chiropractic adjustments, Home remedies and Nutritional supplements. Even though my father was friends with the local medical doctors our family received traditional medical care very few times, usually for severe infections, stitches or broken bones. The Chiropractic philosophy of clean eating, healthy lifestyle, spinal manipulation and nutritional supplementation instilled in my sister and I to become Chiropractors.
My belief is that Chiropractic care is the first treatment option for musculoskeletal conditions, spinal related problems and related internal disorders. The great thing about Chiropractic care is that it benefits most disease processes by promoting the body to heal itself from the inside out without negative side effects. I believe the founder of Chiropractic, B.J. Palmer said it best. ”Medicine is the study of disease and what causes a man to die. Chiropractic is the study of health and what causes a man to live.