Dr. Hartman is a native of Fort Scott and very excited to bring a new style of evidence based treatment to the Fort Scott area. He graduated from Pittsburg State University with a Bachelor degree in Biology. He then went on receive his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri.
While attending Logan University, Dr. Hartman was student president of the Motion Palpation Institute, an organization that teaches evidence based joint manipulation and treatment protocols, and a member of the International Society of Clinical Rehabilitation Specialists. He was hand selected to do rotations at Paraquad, a local disability clinic that treated patients with a broad range of neurological deficits such as stroke, cerebral palsy and spinal cord trauma. He also was selected to do his externship at Winchester Spine and Sport, a world renowned clinic in St. Louis.
Dr. Hartman’s specialties in school focused on anatomy, biomechanics, orthopedics and rehabilitation/performance enhancement. He has taken courses in Active Release Technique, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Graston and functional taping. He is a certified Motion Palpation Institute practitioner and is a certified Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization practitioner.
His athletic pursuits during high school and college included football and track and field. He was a member of the Pittsburg State University track & field team. After this he competed in powerlifting, strongman and Olympic weightlifting.
Hartman Spine & Joint is an evidence based, patient centered practice located in Fort Scott, KS. The clinic's mission is to provide comprehensive, conservative care to help patients regain function and decrease pain, regardless of their daily activities.
Dr. Davis is a native of southeast Kansas. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pittsburg State University with a Bachelor degree in Pre-Med Biology in 2010. She then went on to graduate with Magna Cum Laude honors in both her Master of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees and Valedictorian of her class from Logan University in St. Louis, MO in 2014.
While attending Logan University, Dr. Davis was active as a physiology, pathology, and radiographic positioning tutor and anatomy lab tour guide. She helped establish a student clinic at a St. Louis disability clinic called Paraquad, specializing in rehabilitation and treatment of patients with a broad range of neurological deficits including stroke, cerebral palsy, and spinal cord trauma. She conducted her externship in the last year of school at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, where she was actively involved in the treatment of military personnel on base.
Dr. Davis' education was deeply rooted in human anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and diagnostic assessment. Her focus in school shifted from sports performance to functional medicine when she performed in a figure class competition that required her to seek the help of a local Functional Medicine practitioner during recovery. The combined experiences and mentorships led her to solely pursue the field of functional medicine and she continues to explore new areas of study including functional blood chemistry assessment, functional nutrition, chronic thyroid and other endocrine dysfunctions, and autoimmunity, among others.