Dr. Dylan Knight D.C. CCEP FMT I grew up here locally in Draper, Utah where I was a three sport athlete from football, wrestling, and baseball. Due to an injury I had sustained during my adolescent years that manifested itself during the football season I found myself with mid to low back pain, headaches, and the beginning stages of extremity weakness. I went to several different providers without relief or answers, and then an Orthopedist who wanted to put metal rods up my back for my diagnosis of scheuermann’s disease at the age of 15 and letting me know that I wouldn’t play high contact sports again following the surgery, that was not appealing. Finally, my mom reached out to a Chiropractor she grew up with to see what they could do for me. After specific Chiropractic care including adjustments, structural therapy, and a homecare routine, I found myself out of pain and even to the point of becoming stronger than before. I knew immediately after my results and continued wellness I was going to become a Chiropractor. I finished my undergraduate studies at UVU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a minor in General Science, while working four years as a rehab therapy manager at an integrated clinic. After my undergraduate I then moved to the fountainhead of Chiropractic and attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. During my time there I played division one men’s rugby, was the President of the Palmer Mentor’s, and worked to finish my CCEP and FMT certifications. My philosophy is healing comes from inside out and top to bottom. I practice many different techniques that best suit each patient, and love that I get to work with an integration of providers and resources to maximize and give patients phenomenal results. I also believe in the strong component of soft tissue work, and structural rehab. Chiropractic adjusting is a powerful tool to allow your body to reach its peak potential, structural and homecare rehab helps to maintain and keep it there. This is why I also implement Chiropractic BioPhysics and Pettibon techniques to best aid the patients to maintain their greatest potential. I am happily married to the love of my life and we have one little daughter who rocks my world and is always keeping me on my toes. Outside the office you’ll see me participating in sports (golf and pickleball are the new favorites), outside camping, hiking, and boating with our family and friends. I’m also striving to continue to learn and implement best practices, and love to learn new biohacks and see how they best work on me and how I may utilize them for others. I can’t wait to see you in the office so we can strive past pain (that’s a subjective) and help you reach your greatest goals (that’s OUR objective).