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Dr. Caitlin Walter was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She was a competitive gymnast and cheerleader for many years. Chiropractic care is what allowed her to continue playing sports with limited pain. She knew from then on being a chiropractor was her dream profession. Dr. Caitlin attended Wichita State University for the majority of her undergrad curriculum, but finished her academic career at Cleveland Chiropractic in Kansas City graduating with her Bachelors of Science in Human Biology and Doctorate of Chiropractic.
During her education, she held many leadership positions in clubs including Women’s Chiropractic club and the Country Swingin’ chiros club (dancing 2-step). She was a member of Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA) and traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) legislative conference. She specializes in whiplash and has an advanced certification from Dr. Croft. Dr. Caitlin has a wide variety of patients she enjoys helping. They range from babies to those who desire a healthy retirement. During her education, Dr. Caitlin became a Fascial Movement taping Level 1 & 2 Certified Rocktape Provider. She specializes in a combination of manual, low-force and instrument assisted adjusting. These techniques are great for effectively treating any age, chronic pain patients, and anyone who wants to improve their overall quality of life!
In her free time, she travels across the country as a competitive cheerleading coach with Rise Athletics in Great Falls, MT. She enjoys being a part of Rotary Club and interacting with all types of people and professions and has helped raise many funds for local children and the Great Falls Rescue Mission. During her summers, she spends her time floating down the Missouri river, trying to catch paddlefish, and chasing after her exploring dog Duke. Dr. Caitlin’s pride and joy are her nieces and nephew back in Kansas which she visits often.