Amanda Jones, DC
Dr. Amanda Jones is originally from a small town in Southern Illinois called Ramsey. With a desire to serve others to a greater degree, Dr. Jones enrolled at Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO. While at Logan, she spent the majority of her schooling studying the Diversified and Gonstead Methods.
Dr. Jones specializes in Pediatrics, Pre-natal, and scoliosis but enjoys working on everyone. She opened Unlimited Chiropractic, LLC in June of 2013. Her intention is to help make chiropractic more affordable for a broader range of people.
She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, playing volleyball, discovering new board games, travelling, enjoying the outdoors, and being involved with her community. Her true passion is travel. She met her husband Bufane Joachim on a chiropractic mission trip and hopes to visit many more underserved/underprivileged areas to help them with love of chiropractic.
Phillip Boruff, DC
With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Boruff is trained in spinal and soft tissue therapeutic procedures, non-surgical spinal decompression, acupuncture for many conditions and injuries resulting from sports & motor vehicle accidents. He completed his undergraduate training at Indiana State University in 1984 and received his doctorate in chiropractic from Palmer College in 1987. Dr. Boruff also completed acupuncture training in 2009. He specializes in combining the best of chiropractic, physical therapy and other physical medicine procedures including acupuncture to help his patients get out of pain fast and recover quickly. Specialties include: Treatments for Neck & Back Pain, Headache and Sinus Pain, Migraine Symptoms, Sciatica, Sports Injuries, General Wellness and Addictions.
Dr. Boruff was born & raised in central Indiana and decided to become a doctor at an early age after getting treated by a Chiropractor. The natural treatment from Chiropractic without drugs or surgery made a major impact on Dr. Boruff’s health & well being. When not at work, Dr. Boruff enjoys reading, meditation, hiking, bicycling, golfing, and canoeing.