Dr. Wagner was raised in Toronto and came to the United States to play college baseball. As an undergrad his degree focused on Sports Medicine. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University in 1999 and his post doctorate for Manipulation under Anesthesia in 2003 from New York Chiropractic College. He is currently the Chiropractor for the University of Virginia. Many UVA athletes have benefited immensely from his Chiropractic and Sports Medicine knowledge. In 2010 Dr. Wagner completed the Clinical Golf Program by Professional Sports Care. He travels around the U.S. to treat golfers in the PGA Tour, Champions Tour, and Nationwide Tour.
Dr. James E. Hicks is a highly skilled and experienced chiropractic physician who has dedicated his practice to helping patients using conservative, active, and holistic therapies for the reduction and resolution of musculoskeletal complaints for over 20 years. As a very physically active teenager and adult, he began having a daily upper extremity pain complaint that later developed into a frozen shoulder condition that persisted without resolution from taking prescription medication from his HMO physician.
At that time, he began to explore alternatives and was introduced to his first chiropractor who helped him eliminate his pain and return his function in a very short period of time. He was introduced to a way of natural care through the use of chiropractic, rehab, exercise, diet, nutrition, acupuncture, and physiotherapies. He was able to later take care of himself, through daily stretches, a proper diet, adequate rest, and stress reduction measures taught by his chiropractor.
His subsequent passion became providing education and coaching for patients struggling with acute and chronic pain by becoming a chiropractor himself. Dr. Hicks truly believes that removing the structural, emotional, nutritional, toxic, and electromagnetic interferences, rebalances the body back to optimal long-term health and longevity. Dr. Hicks has taught his patients that a comprehensive integrative approach of combining medical, rehab, nutrition, and conservative chiropractic care provides the most optimal resolution of their complaints without surgical intervention.
Dr. James Hicks is from Junction City, Kansas. He received his Bachelor’s Degree (BS) from the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point. After earning his degree, Dr. Hicks served in the U.S. Army as a commissioned officer on active duty and in the U.S. Army Reserves. Following his military tours of duty, he worked as a mid-level manager with Procter & Gamble until he decided to become a chiropractor. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree with cum laude honors from Cleveland Chiropractic College. He is currently licensed chiropractor in Virginia and North Carolina with past licenses in Kansas, Ohio, and Georgia.
Dr. Evans is a Virginia native but new to Charlottesville. Both her parents and two of her grandparents are UVA alumni. Dr. Evans discovered chiropractic in her early twenties as a patient with scoliosis, and her passion for helping others through chiropractic and physical rehab was born out of that experience. She attended the University of St. Andrews in Scotland for her undergraduate education, and Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida for her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. In her spare time Dr. Evans enjoys hiking, yoga, traveling, and playing the fiddle. She looks forward to exploring Charlottesville with her dog “Bones.”
Mrs. Mullins is a native of Pound, Virginia. Growing up, Amber always knew she wanted to work in the medical field. She has always had a passion for taking care of others. Amber started nursing classes her Senior year of high school and obtained her licensed pracrical nurse license at the age of 19. She began working at a small local hospital, on the Pediatric Unit and Medical/Surgical Unit, while pursuing her Registered Nurse license.
In 2008, she graduated from the Virginia Appalachian Tri-college Nursing Program with her RN and started working at Holston Valley Medical Center from 2008-2016, on the Medical/Surgical/Peritoneal Dialysis Unit as a floor nurse and charge nurse.
In 2015, she obtained her bachelor’s degree from King University. In 2018, she obtained her master’s degree from Frontier Nursing University, while working full time at Pikeville Medical Center, from 2016-2018, on the Cardiac Unit, specializing in the care of patients having heart catheterizations, pacemaker insertions, cardiac ablations, heart valve replacements, and pre and post open-heart surgery.
After completing her master’s degree in 2018, Amber relocated to Culpeper Virginia, working for Wellspring Health Services, providing family practice and urgent care services. She also began specializing in women’s health services.
She currently lives outside of Charlottesville with her husband. In her spare time, Amber enjoys spending time with family and her pets.
Kristin was raised in Southwest Virginia and attended Virginia High School. She’s been playing softball and basketball since was five and played both sports in college. It was her years spent playing sports that taught Kristen the importance of taking care of her body through preventative chiropractic care.
Kristin lives in Charlottesville and joined Dr. Wagner’s team in 2008.
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“Waggs” was named after our very own Dr Wagner. Waggs is a service dog trained by the Service Dogs of Virginia. A portion of every new patient consultation fee goes to support Service Dogs of Virginia. We love when Waggs comes into the office, which is only occasionally since he works full-time with his human!
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