Dr. Lindsay Lofton
Dr. Lindsay Lofton was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a Skiatook native. Now, in the spring, she is the assistant coach for Skiatook High School girls soccer. She attended Northeastern State University where she received her bachelors of science degree in Health and Human Performance in 2014. She then moved to Dallas, TX to attend Parker University’s College of Chiropractic. During this time she also received outside training in Fascial Movement Taping, Fascial Distortion Model, and Motion Palpation Institute technique. In her final year at Parker she spent 9 months treating patients in both the Dallas and Irving areas. Dr. Lofton spent her last trimester in an Integrated Chiropractic Clerkship in the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, WV where she treated countless veterans. Here she also participated in rotations with other medical providers such as orthopedists, rheumatologists, anaesthesiologists, and radiologists to build her knowledge on the full patient experience.
Dr. Lofton believes in a holistic approach to health. Her goal is to find and treat the root cause of discomfort or dysfunction as opposed to just treating symptoms. Often symptoms that may seem unrelated can be linked back to a neuromusculoskeletal interference. Whether it's pain and/or dysfunction anywhere from the top of your head to the tips of your toes, and all the joints in between (yes, even extremities!) Dr. Lofton is your resource for whole body care.