Dr. Jacinda Hover and her team provide women with the tools they need to restore their health and vitality, allowing them to live extraordinary lives in their family and community.

Our comprehensive approach utilizes functional medicine, manual therapy and lifestyle intervention to determine and address the root cause of chronic symptoms, and achieve long-term positive results. Our practice specializes in offering services customized for pregnant women and women suffering from chronic pain.


Through collaboration and education, we empower women to make safe, effective health choices that allow the body to heal itself.


As a licensed chiropractor with a background in sports medicine (and a former dancer myself), I am skilled at treating a wide variety of physical injuries and symptoms. But over the past few years I’ve become increasingly aware of the undeniable connection between physical pain and underlying chronic conditions like stress, fatigue, hormonal imbalance and poor eating habits.


I founded my practice because I wanted to be able to do more for my clients. I work primarily with two specific groups of women, each with their own unique needs. My focus is on pregnant women and women with chronic symptoms. While these two types of patients are vastly different from each other, what they have in common is a desire to lead healthier, more active lives. Chiropractic is but one tool I use to treat them, and I believe it takes a multifaceted approach to help women truly get on the right path to more vibrant health and well-being.


With my practice I am able to offer a deeper level of care and a holistic approach that combines compassionate chiropractic care with nutrition counseling and functional medicine testing, a science-based approach that aims to identify and address the root causes behind the pain.


I am passionate about helping women who have come to accept constant pain and chronic symptoms as something they just “have to deal with,” either because they are pregnant or experiencing the effects of aging. They may even chalk it up to genetics. I challenge my clients to raise their health expectations (I call them health-pectations!) and help them take charge of their health so they can get back to enjoying whatever is most important to them in life.