Dr. Nancy Meyer
Dr. Meyer is the Clinic Director of Total Wellness in Southwest Roanoke. She earned her BS degree in Human Biology at the Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, MO and her Doctorate in Chiropractic from Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Meyer has studied Activator Technique and has been Advance Proficiency Rated in Activator Methods Technique for 27 years. This is a gentle low force adjusting technique.
Dr. Meyer became a Chiropractor after suffering for years with headaches as a child and bursitis in her shoulder due to a pinched nerve as a teenager. After years of ineffective medical treatments, she went to a Chiropractor and to her surprise she not only received relief from her headaches, but her bursitis pain in her shoulder went away.
She played collegiate volleyball for the University of Southern Indiana. With her athletic background Dr. Meyer enjoys helping athletes of all types overcome sports injuries as well as improve athletic performance. She has worked with Olympic Athletes as a treating physician for the World’s Greatest Athletes Chiropractic Decathlon Club. She has competed in state competition bike races and 5k runs. She recently completed a half century (50 mile) bike ride and a century (100 mile) bike ride. She has coached in the Roanoke area Recreational, Travel, and Middle School soccer teams, Girls’ softball teams, High Schools and Middle School volleyball teams, Upward Basketball teams, and Recreational basketball teams.
She is currently training to compete in her first Triathlon in the half Ironman in 2020. The half Ironman which consists of 1.2 miles of swimming, 56 miles of bicycling, and 13.1 miles of running. She also enjoys scuba diving with her husband.
Dr. Meyer is a Certified Posture Exercise Professional (CPEP®). Led by BodyZone.com founder Dr. Steven Weiniger, the CPEP program has set the international standard in postural assessment and strengthening posture through focused motion exercise to improve patient/client outcome by improving balance, alignment, functional motion and performance.
Dr. Meyer has participated in the DAN (Defeat Autism Now) Clinicians Registry. DAN Doctors are those that wish to employ rational, scientifically sound interventions for autism. The registry provides parents and patients with a listing of doctors having specialized knowledge in these childhood development disorders. As a DAN Doctor, Dr. Meyer has undergone intense training on the current research, science and treatment for the detection and management of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). To help children with ASD’s, Dr. Meyer does lectures to assist with the management of these disorders.
She is a current member of the National Association of Professional Women. She has been a Professor at Jefferson College of Health Sciences where she taught Microbiology Lecture and Lab, as well as Anatomy and Physiology Lab. Also, Dr. Meyer was awarded Outstanding Young Woman of America. She co-chaired the building committee for her church’s Family Life Center. Also, Dr. Meyer is a past board member of Professional Women Resources and Executive Women International and March of Dimes. She was awarded Virginia Business Partner of the Year in 2008 for charity work.
She has been a regular lecturer regarding health and wellness. Dr. Meyer has been a guest speaker for several businesses and schools including American Electric Power Company, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and churches. Dr. Meyer is available as a keynote speaker for professional and motivational engagements as well as local clubs and organizations.
She is happily married to Dr. Chris Hicks an urologist and a retired Army Colonel with 27 years of military service. She is a proud mother to her two adult children, Sean and Lynsey, and is a grandmother to Benjamin.