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mEET Allison qUADHAMER, m.s., d.C.

Growing up, I was a model student, all-star athlete, well-behaved and shy. Every one believed I came from the perfect family.  However, behind closed doors, things were vastly different. My house was chaotic at best, abusive at worst. Despite being outwardly successful, I grew up feeling isolated and alone, doubting myself, my abilities, my intuition and my reality. I spent many years attempting to escape my parents and ultimately my own internal anguish through many unhealthy relationships and a nomadic existence.  My life was anything but fine. 

I like believing you are magic.
— Angela H.

My search for meaning, safety, trust, stability, confidence and self-worth led me to a master's degree in communications (the basis of healthy relationships), a doctorate in chiropractic (the basis of healthy bodies) and advanced training in neurology (the basis of healthy minds). 

It is through my education and life experiences that I came to understand that our perceptions of the world affects our physical, mental and spiritual health, as well as our relationships. My own distorted perceptions formed during a childhood of dysfunction and emotional abuse was the thing keeping me from the life I wanted.  Using the priniciples of neuroscience,  I changed the way I perceive the world. I have not only created a fine life that I love with my husband and three adopted sons, but I have helped thousands of people transform their perceptions so they are able to create their own versions of a healthy, happy, fine life. Ultimately, if it's not fine, it's not over.

Me and my men cheering on the Huskers.  GO BIG RED!

Me and my men cheering on the Huskers. GO BIG RED!