Kaitlin Davis is a Florida native and has always loved the outdoors. In her free time, she enjoys a myriad of activities -- rock climbing, snorkeling, kayaking, and swimming. She enjoyed playing softball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball while growing up in the panhandle. As a teenager, she began her journey into track and field and continued that venture throughout college as a discus thrower for the University of Florida in Gainesville. Kaitlin graduated Cum Laude from UF in 2013 with a dual degree in Microbiology and Cell Science, and Psychology.
As a high level athlete most of her upbringing, she struggled with common sports injuries that lingered throughout the years, despite regular chiropractic visits and massages. In addition to old injuries, Kaitlin also experienced a head injury prior to college which resulted in memory issues, brain fog, and gut dysfunction.
Kaitlin began her studies as a chiropractic student in 2014 at Life University in Marietta, Georgia, where she quickly discovered her love for Functional Neurology. It was through this method of chiropractic care that she was able to begin treatments that helped resolve her gut, memory, and brain fog issues.
Making it her mission to help athletes and head injury patients like herself while exploring different fields of chiropractic care, she discovered Z-Health, a movement-based neurological therapy that helps with athletic enhancement, as well as injury recovery. It was through this program that her chronic athletic injuries finally resolved. While attending Life University, Kaitlin attended over 400 hours of study through seminars and additional education in order to become knowledgeable in Z-Health and neuroscience. Kaitlin graduated Magna Cum Laude from Life University in 2018 and moved to her new home in San Diego.
Kaitlin’s personal journey and fascination with the brain and its extensive capabilities has encouraged her to continue to educate herself through Z-Health courses, reading research, and collaborating with others in the field. She is a testament to the techniques she practices and has made it her mission to bring this brain-based chiropractic approach to her current and future patients.