Dr. Jessica Anderson is a 2017 graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic - Florida. During her time at Palmer, Dr. Anderson was influential as a Radiology Teaching Assistant and as a Clinical Teaching Assistant. Dr. Anderson has a passion for teaching others about how their bodies function whether during its optimal state or dis-eased state.
Dr. Anderson was born and raised in Kentucky. She grew up knowing at a very young age that she was meant to be a doctor. However, by the time she was a teenager she knew that becoming an M.D. was out of the question, as she did not want to work with pharmaceuticals. Dr. Anderson started to see a chiropractor for her debilitating migraine headaches that would have her on the floor unable to walk or lift her head. Her migraine headaches became less and less and she started to question her chiropractor why adjustments were making her headaches go away. For several years, she had these discussions until her chiropractor wrote her a professional referral for her to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic because he knew before she did that she would become a chiropractor.
Moving to Florida in 2008 to be near her family, she earned her Associate's Degree from Tallahassee Community College. Dr. Anderson then attended University of Central Florida and earned her Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology before obtaining her Doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Anderson's future education goals are to earn her Ph.D. in Anthropology and to obtain her certificate in Functional Medicine.
She is married to her husband, David, and has two wonderful fur doggos named Jenny and Sandy. She is a big advocate for animal rescue. Dr. Anderson and her husband have also been human foster parents since 2005.