I love helping people achieve a better quality of life.
In Dr. Richeson’s early twenties, he had his first experience with chiropractic. Unable to stand up straight or walk, he wasn’t sure where to turn. After getting great results from his chiropractor, he decided to join the natural healing profession.
A Well-Rounded Education
Dr. Richeson attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Then, he moved on to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He achieved a Doctor of Chiropractic and began practicing in 2005.
The variety of techniques he uses include the ProAdjuster®, which is a computer-specific instrument-based tool. It’s extremely gentle and appropriate for all ages. Each year, Dr. Richeson stays current on the latest techniques and research by attending regular continuing education.
A Family-Centered Life
Dr. Richeson was raised in the Gainesville community. Outside of chiropractic, his focus is on being the best husband and father he can be. His wife is Stephanie, who is a concert violinist. Together, they have three children: Maxim, Sasha and Roman. Dr. Richeson likes to go running and spend time with his kids.