Dr. Cory Webb
Dr. Cory Webb graduated from Palmer Chiropractic in 1996. Prior to studying at Palmer, he worked his way through Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and ultimately on to the University of Iowa. Dr. Cory had many significant health challenges as a child and those issues drove him to search for answers outside the medical "box."
He moved to Missouri and has been practicing in St. Charles and O'Fallon for the last 26 years.
Dr. Cory is one of very few Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioners in the world. Dr. Webb has had the great privilege to work with many professional and Olympic athletes over the last decade. He is certified in several specialized spinal, upper cervical and cranial techniques. He is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association as well as a Certified Pediatric Chiropractor. (FICPA). He is Webster Certified for normalizing pelvic function during pregnancy. He is devoted to providing the highest level family health care available.
While at Palmer College, Dr. Webb was a scholarship member of Palmer's 1995 USA Final Four rugby team. He played and coached high level rugby for 12 years until retiring from rugby in 2001.
Dr. Andy Webb
Dr. Andy Webb graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2006. He completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Iowa. After personally experiencing the positive health benefits from chiropractic, he pursued his education at Palmer College. Upon graduating in 2006, he moved to Missouri to join our practice.
Dr. Andy utilizes specific upper cervical, full spine, and extremity techniques. Dr. Webb is committed to furthering his education and regularly attends continuing education seminars. He is certified in the Webster technique for normalizing pelvic function during pregnancy, and a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Dr. Andy has always been involved in sports, including basketball, baseball, and rugby. His wife, Heather, is a House Manager at Mercy Hospital, and they have two sons.