Meet Dr. Jasmine Thompson
Welcome to Nurture Chiropractic Company! People ask me why I decided to go into this field. It was my own improved health and performance through alternative medicine that led me to pursue a career focused on improving the overall wellness of others.
As a woman, an entrepreneur, and a soon to be mom, I know first-hand how important it is for our bodies to function the best so we can be at our best. This is true no matter who you are! When each patient comes to me, be it a woman adjusting to her first pregnancy, an infant struggling with breastfeeding, or an adult with pain they would like to be free from, my goal is always to help you achieve your wellness goals.
I work as your advocate, not just a doctor that prescribes goals I think you should reach. We look at your wellness goals and I use my training and experience to help you achieve those goals. I am an encouraging advocate for overall wellness.
My husband and I moved to Northwest Arkansas in 2018, which is when I opened Nurture Chiropractic Company. I grew up in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and earned my bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from Northeastern State University. My husband and I moved to California because of his military service. That’s where I decided to pursue becoming a chiropractor after seeing how much it helped me and my family.
I earned my Doctor of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences. I chose to focus most of my methods on family wellness. This includes becoming Webster certified to best serve pregnant moms.
Now that we have moved back to my hometown, I love helping fellow Tahlequah residents find hope and wellness through chiropractic care!
Meet Flannery Quinn
Flannery is from Fayetteville and is a former homeschool kid. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2014 and has done a little bit of everything from bike mechanic to nanny to hotel sales to chiropractic receptionist. She currently lives in a tiny house with her dog and two cats.
Flannery came to work at Nurture in March 2021, about 7 months after a health scare. She credits Dr. Jasmine with showing her how to prioritize rest and holistic health. Two years ago, Flannery was sleeping 12-18 hours per day from chronic fatigue and a Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever infection. Now with twice weekly adjustments, she is able to enjoy time with friends, go to the gym, and actually live life.
Since Nurture has moved from Fayetteville to Tahlequah, you may not see Flannery in the office. But she will be doing lots of work behind the scenes. You may also talk to her on the phone when you give us a call!