Dr. Jason Westemeir, a Doctor of Chiropractic, first began his investigation into natural medicine while playing baseball at California State University at Fullerton. His interest started as sports medicine and evolved into a higher interest into Chiropractic Care. His interests deepened into gaining knowledge of the structural and natural health benefits of Chiropratic Care while attending Southern Illinois University, where he was also a member of the baseball program.
Dr. Westemeir received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, IL where he graduated in the field of Biological Sciences with a minor in Chemistry. Dr. Westemeir further went on to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in the field of Human Biology as well as a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, MO. While at Logan College of Chiropratic, Dr. Westemeir also received his certification in Nutrition and several recognitions. Dr. Westemeir is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, was former president of the Oklahoma Chiropractic Independent Physicians Association where he held the position for four years and is currently the Vice President of the Oklahoma Chiropractor’s Association.
Directly out of college, Dr. Westemeir joined a practice in Southern California. While there, he treated many athletes at the college and professional levels. In order to be closer to his family and and friends, he moved to Tulsa in 2006 to join a local practice. Since then, he has branched out on his own to better accommodate for the needs of his patients.
Dr. Westemeir feels that it is very important to listen to the patient and have them be an active part of the decisions when creating a treatment plan in order to achieve the maximum results. Dr. Westemeir provides a number of services to ensure that he can offer relief to a broad number of patients. This allows him to better assist the patient towards recovery and overall health in using all natural methods. However, he also believes strongly in traditional methods for medicine as well as chiropractic care and has many referral contacts to better serve his patients many health needs.
Dr. Westemeir has been a guest speaker on KTUL Channel 8 on Good Day Tulsa and was in Oklahoma Magazine in 2011 Best of the Best as a Chiropractor.