Rebekah A. Wittman is a 2003 DC graduate from National University, and also earned a diplomate in chiropractic pediatrics. Currently, she is the clinic doctor at the Kentuckiana Children's Center in Louisville, Kentucky, which has served underprivileged and special needs children for over 40 years with medical care and social services.
At Kentuckiana, Dr. Wittman works primarily with special needs children ages 0-18 using integrative chiropractic care. Her treatment focuses on improving the lives of children by improving the function of their nervous, immune and gastrointestinal systems.
"NUHS gave me the foundation of knowledge that I have built upon to work with children with special needs," Wittman explained. "Many of my patients come to me first with ear infections, fevers, illnesses, etc., prior to going to their pediatricians. I learned how to be a primary care provider at NUHS."
"In my state of Kentucky, I can diagnose any condition, but can only treat disorders of the spine. However, I provide insight and direct referrals to other physicians that I have developed relationships with over the last four years."