Dr. Anna Fisher (Zediker) was born and raised in Siouxland. She graduated in 2001 from Sergeant Bluff-Luton High School while involved in volunteer service with the Siouxland Chapter of the American Red Cross and many other extra-curricular school activities. She went on to earn a biology degree in 2005 from Mount Mercy College (now Mount Mercy University) in Cedar Rapids, Iowa followed by her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2009 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
While in college she volunteered with Best Buddies International, serving the intellectually and developmentally disabled in the community. While attending Palmer, Dr. Fisher served for two years as the Activator Club president and helped educate new students on the Activator adjusting technique. She has attended multiple hours of advanced adjusting training and is certified by Activator Methods International as an advanced rated doctor. She has also been certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) to adjust with the Webster Technique.
She is currently continuing her education to be certified in sports chiropractic techniques by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP). She is currently certified as a Fascial Movement (Kinesiology) Taping provider through RockTape. She sponsors and treats local professional athletes (like MMA fighters Jorge Serrano and Geoff Owens) and treats members of many local high school, college, and private teams.
She regularly attends post-graduate education courses to continually improve the quality of care she is able to provide for her patients. Dr. Fisher also teaches Lifetime Wellness for Northeast Community College at The College Center in South Sioux City, Nebraska and Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology for Western Iowa Tech in Sioux City, Iowa.
When she's not working she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her husband, Kyle and son William. She and Kyle are also active in attending and participating in area events.
Dr. Amanda Thomason was born and raised in Siouxland. She graduated from East High School while involved in many extra-curricular activities and volunteer service Morningside Lutheran Church and the Council for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. She went on to earn a biology degree from University of Nebraska in Omaha, Nebraska followed by her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While in college she tutored in Spinal Anatomy and was active in Pediatrics Club.
While attending Palmer, Dr. Thomason took extra courses to become proficient in Logan Basic Technique, Flexion-Distraction Technique, Cranial-Sacral Technique, Extremity Adjusting, and Activator Methods Technique. Dr. Thomason worked closely under doctors with their Diplomat in Pediatrics to learn more in-depth about adjusting pregnant women and children. She has also been certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) to adjust with the Webster Technique and is currently an ICPA member and is continuing her education to be certified by ICPA in pediatric chiropractic care. Dr. Thomason will have her Pediatric Certification in early 2014; and will also complete her chiropractic Diplomat in Pediatrics in 2014.
Dr. Thomason teaches anatomy and biology courses for Northeast Community College (The College Center) in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Dr. Thomason and her husband James have two children; Temperance (5) and James (3). In her spare time she loves going to community activities and spending as much time as she can with her family.