Dr Kari HornDr. Kari Horn has over 20 years clinical experience in helping her patients with a variety of health conditions incorporating the most updated techniques of Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Corrective Exercises and Nutrition. She believes everyone is unique and their course of treatment should also be unique, treating the body as a whole. Her goal is to get you feeling better as quickly as possible, while also emphasizing strategies to prevent recurrence of the problem. She incorporates multiple techniques including Diversified, Cox, Thompson, Sacro Occipital Technique, Logan Basic, and Activator.

Dr. Horn is native to the St. Louis area. She played multiple sports while growing up, which helped to develop a passion for fitness and nutrition. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Purdue University in 1994. Wanting to pursue more natural ways to support and heal the body, she then pursued post graduate training at Logan College of Chiropractic (Logan University). She graduated in 1997 with honors and special recognition with the Clinicians Award. She has post graduate studies in acupuncture, nutrition, sport injuries, and healthy aging.

She is an adjunct professor of Biomechanics and Kinesiology at Lindenwood University and Saint Charles Community College. Dr. Horn is also a certified fitness instructor, helping individuals of all ages reach their fitness goals.

“Whether in the office, classroom, or the gym, I strive to teach my patients and students ways they can reach their goals. Understanding how our day-to-day activities effect our structure and health is the first step in correcting many issues. I believe in specialized programs, focused on the individual’s current lifestyle, history, and future goals to create the best plan forward.”

Dr. Horn is married and has three children. Her hobbies include running (road and trail), gardening, biking, equestrian sports, crafting, and paddleboarding.

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”  –  Thomas Edison