Dr. Jesse Riggin is a Delaware native, US Army veteran, graduate of the University of Delaware and currently serving and the Delaware Chiropractic Society President. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States (UWS) in Portland, OR, where he served as the president of the Integrative Medicine chapter. He also studied for one year at the National College of Natural Medicine where he was exposed to herbal medicine, homeopathy, Chinese medicine, and other aspects of natural healing. Currently, he is pursuing training as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. Prior to starting his professional education Dr. Riggin was trained as both a military journalist and paramedic. He utilized this unique skill set in a medical aid mission to eastern Nepal during which he assisted in, and documented medical operations at two government health clinics. You can read more about his experiences in Nepal at https://roadstoprogress.wordpress.com.
Dr. Riggin’s education and life experience give him a unique perspective on health and healing. He believes in treating people, not conditions and takes the entire person into consideration when developing treatment plans. He strives to empower people to take control of their health and become active participants in their recovery and wellness.
Dr. Riggin is a modern Chiropractor with a passion for integrative care settings. He has spent countless hours in seminars, symposiums, and research, learning the science and art of modern Chiropractic health care. In addition to his standard evidence based Chiropractic education, he is well versed in exercise rehabilitation, nutrition, and Chinese medicine as they relate to Chiropractic health care. Dr. Riggin is committed to health optimization in those he works with. In doing so, he acknowledges that one professional cannot always serve all of a person’s health concerns. He is committed to working with other doctors and practitioners for the good of the patient.
Dr. Riggin is an avid outdoorsman. When he is not with patients or tending to the daily operations of the practice he makes the most of Delaware’s state parks, wildlife areas, and sea shores. He and Barbara, his wife, share a love for the Delmarva water ways. You may find them along the bay or ocean kayaking, surfing, fishing, or just walking with their dog, Gus.