Harvey J. "Chip" Roeder III, DC, M.S., A.R.T.
Dr. Chip Roeder was born and raised in Arkansas. He attended Arkansas State University before receiving his Bachelor of Human Science degree from Logan College in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Roeder also received his Doctorate of Chiropractic, from Logan College of Chiropractic in August of 2010.
Dr. Chip then completed his internship for his Masters in Sports Rehabilitation with the University of Arkansas Basketball team in December of 2010. He is a Titleist Performance Institute certified golf fitness instructor. He is also one of the only Active Release Technique full body certified practitioners in the state of Arkansas. Dr. Chip also utilizes the Selective Functional Movement Assement (SFMA) to pinpoint areas of decreased mobility or stability in order to improve performance. Dr. Roeder is also recognized by the state of Arkansas as an acupuncture fellow.
Dr. Roeder loves the outdoors and sports of all kinds. He lives in Cave Springs with his wife, Mallory, and his four children.
Dr. Chip demonstrates expertise in treating and preventing injuries pertaining to the musculoskeletal system. He especially enjoys using his background in athletics to treat sports related injuries. Dr. Chip provides care for patients of all ages and will work with you to formulate the ideal plan in order to reach your health care goals.
Blake Butler D.C.
Dr. Blake was born in Pekin, IL where he grew up with a strong love for his family and the outdoors. He attended Illinois State University before pursuing his Doctor of Chiropractic at Logan University in Chesterfield, MO. He graduated with honors and continues to expand his knowledge with an array of post-graduate studies including advanced training in functional medicine, blood chemistry analysis, brain chemistry, thyroid function, and acupuncture. He also focuses on movement by providing soft tissue care and functional rehabilitation mimicking the first year of development.
Dr. Blake places the utmost importance on his faith, family, and sharing his knowledge with the community. On any given Saturday you can find Dr. Blake preparing for his next trail run, climbing in the Ozarks, or settling down with a good book.