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Dr. Angie Wathan, DC
Dr. Angie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Elementary Education. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2004. She is the chair of the Montana State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council. She is also a part of the educational component of "Save the Brain" in Flathead County.
She has a passion to help families achieve greater health through chiropractic and to support families in achieving a wellness lifestyle that can be passed on for generations. Dr. Angie works on a community level by teaching those in her local community how to create healthier families.
Dr. Angie has had advanced extensive post graduate training in areas of brain injury, neurodevelopmental disorders, pediatrics and pre/postnatal care. She has firsthand experience with epilepsy and brain injuries. She promotes and educates good nutrition and works with neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADD/ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, sensory processing disorders, learning disabilities, neuro-immunology, seizures and other pediatric topics. She is the only chiropractor in the area that has this type of training.
She offers a program in the office that has clinically proven to be very effective for people with neurodevelopmental difficulties. It is a way to manage and improve their lives without the use of medication, but through chiropractic adjustments, craino-sacral therapy, good nutrition and brain exercises. Dr. Angie has dedicated herself to helping children, disabled adults and women.
She practices with her husband Dr. Jesse Wathan. Together they share a long term vision for what healthy communities can look like. They have three amazing children, Josie, Justin and Jarret. Dr. Angie's family fuels her passion and commitment to foster an environment for healthy, connected families to live long and joyful lives.
Dr. Jesse Wathan, DC
Dr. Jesse Graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Along with his doctor of chiropractic degree, he has a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology.
Dr. Jesse Wathan has focused his practice on chiropractic sports rehabilitation. He has received extensive training in the area of chiropractic rehabilitation. At Palmer College of Chiropractic, one of the top chiropractic sports medicine programs in the country, he was selected to be a teaching assistant for physiotherapy and rehabilitation courses. He also did an internship at the Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Department of the college.
Dr. Jesse was heavily involved in Palmer sports council where make-shift-clinics were set up to provide chiropractic care at sporting events. As part of one of the top chiropractic sports medicine programs in the country, he spent many hours treating elite athletes, beginners, and weekend warriors alike in a variety of sporting venues.
While attending Palmer, Dr. Jesse played baseball for the Palmer Dragons for two seasons. After he graduated, he played two seasons with the Muscatine Red Sox in the Black Hawk Valley Semi-professional league. He has a family passion for baseball. Dr. Jesse Wathan is currently a board member and coach for the Glacier Twins. He enjoys helping the athletes achieve optimal health through chiropractic care and is on the field for every home game. He also volunteers for the Whitefish Dream Adaptive sports program.
He is passionate about finding the most effective and appropriate care for his patients and believes that should be the goal of any great physician. Dr. Jesse strives to work with his patients to achieve their goals for health and wellness.