Dr. Bradley Jackson D.C.
Dr. Bradley Jackson was born and raised in Cochranton, PA. He played many sports and established a good work ethic. Undergraduate studies were conducted at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Jackson was accepted early to professional school so that upon graduation from Palmer College of Chiropractic there were two degrees received, a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.
Early in Dr. Jackson’s experience at Palmer College, he received Gonstead Technique care that corrected a very severe problem. Ironically, the original injury was unsuccessfully treated by other chiropractic techniques. This inspiration still fuels a fire that Dr. Jackson has to improve the chiropractic profession by making Gonstead care available to as many people as possible. “Because of the events leading up to my learning the Gonstead System, I feel as though I was meant to do this!”
Dr. Jackson enjoys living in Crawford County where he hunts, fishes and cooks. He and his wife Erin have two children, a son Greyson and a daughter Taytum. Together, the family loves to find good food and is always cheering for Pittsburgh sports teams. The Jackson’s are also active a the Cochranton United Methodist Church.
Dr. Jameson P. Walker D.C.
Dr. Jameson Walker was born and raised in the Meadville area and completed his undergraduate education at The Pennsylvania State University, graduating with Highest Distinction in May 2000. After completing his undergraduate studies, Dr. Walker pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) Degree from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa, graduating as Valedictorian in October 2005. In addition to his education at Palmer College, Dr. Walker has completed over 300 hours of post graduate study with the Gonstead Seminar in Barrington, Illinois. Dr. Walker resides in the Guys Mills area with his wife, Kristin, and sons, Jaiben, Justice and Judson. In his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors, especially hunting and playing sports with his sons.
Dr. Mitchell was born and raised in Corry, Pennsylvania. He knew from a young age that he wanted to work to improve people’s health and God showed him the field of chiropractic. In his education he was shown many different chiropractic techniques, but the Gonstead technique stood out due to its precision analysis and highly specialized application. He can truly say that he enjoys getting up and going to work each day to offer his patients the care that chiropractic can provide. Dr. Mitchell lives in Corry, Pennsylvania with his wife Anglea and his three kids Weston, Elijah and Finley. He enjoys spending time with his family, especially outdoors and time with God.
Dr. Ryan Jackson works in the Franklin office which opened in December of 2005. Dr. Jackson grew up in Cochranton, Pennsylvania. He attended Cochranton High School and participated in volleyball, basketball and many student organizations. Dr. Jackson went to Juniata College studying undergraduate biology and pre-medicine. He also played volleyball there. After graduating with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in October 2005, Dr. Jackson moved back to Cochranton and joined Gonstead Family Chiropractic. Still living in Cochranton, he enjoys archery hunting and time spent with his wife, Joanna, and their four children Alex, Dana, Maggie and Zachary.
Dr. Bradley Mealy was born and raised in Meadville, Pennsylvania and graduated from Meadville High School. He attended Gannon University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences. Dr. Mealy pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA where he graduated in October 2011.
Dr. Mealy knew from the time he was a freshman in high school that he wanted to help people. A positive experience with a chiropractor in his hometown helped convince him that chiropractic was the way he was going to accomplish this. He was introduced to the Gonstead Technique in 2007 and from that moment he knew that he wanted to learn this technique and everything it had to offer. “I’d always wondered when I was shadowing other doctors in high school how they knew what to do when each patient came into the office. In the Gonstead Technique, there’s no guess work, I know what do when each patient comes in, what to adjust, and when to stop adjusting.”
Dr. Mealy resides in Erie with his wife, Christina and his daughter, Avery. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends along with cheering on Buffalo and Cleveland sports teams.