After graduating with honors from Palmer College of
Chiropractic-West in 1992, Dr. Bennett returned to his
home town to create the Bennett Clinic team in Prescott .
In 2005 he was named “ Arizona Chiropractor of the
Year” by the Arizona Association of Chiropractic.
Specially trained as a holistic physician, Dr. Bennett
enjoys the role of “playing quarterback” for the
multi-disciplinary team of health care professionals at
the Bennett Clinic. His treatment plans often embrace the
“treatment team” approach, combining rehabilitation
exercise, spinal decompression, massage, etc. to meet the
needs of the individual patient. In addition to his degree
as a Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Bennett has attained
post-graduate diplomate status from the American Board of
Chiropractic Orthopedists, the American Board of
Chiropractic Consultants, and the American Board of
Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. He is
one of only 3 chiropractic physicians in the state of
Arizona to have attained all three of these distinctions.
Skilled in multiple chiropractic techniques, Dr. Bennett
selects the approach and discipline to create the most
appropriate treatment plan for every patient. As a Palmer
graduate he uses “Palmer technique” combined with
several other chiropractic techniques.
Giving Back to the
Over the years, Dr. Bennett has served on over 20 boards
of directors, major task forces and committees. A few of
these positions include: Chairman of the Board of
Directors of the Prescott YMCA, Board of Directors of the
Prescott Kiwanis Club, Charter Member: Prescott Open
Trails Association, church council member, etc. He
volunteers his time routinely to assist in community
health projects such as the Lions Health Fair.
Professional Leadership Dr. Bennett was the President of
the Arizona Association of Chiropractic in 2005/2006. He
also served as the Arizona Delegate to the American
Chiropractic Association. He has held every office on the
board of directors of the Yavapai County Chiropractic
Association. He has been active for many years in
chiropractic healthcare legislative issues locally, at our
state capitol and in Washington, DC. He has been elected
to, and has served on, national committees charged with
strategic planning for the chiropractic profession and
developing chiropractic treatment “best practices”.
Dr. Bennett uses his extensive experience in chiropractic
consulting, expert witness testimony, etc. to teach
continuing education courses for other doctors of
chiropractic. Dr. Bennett is currently a member of the
American Chiropractic Association, the Arizona Association
of Chiropractic, the Yavapai County Chiropractic
Association, the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists and
the American College of Chiropractic Consultants
After graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West
in 2002, Dr. Nash returned to his home town to become part
of the Bennett Clinic team.
Along with the other doctors at the Bennett Clinic, one of
Dr. Nash’s key skills is his ability to assess each
patient’s individual needs and then create a unique
treatment plan for that patient that often coordinates the
patient’s care with our team of healthcare
professionals, including physical therapists,
decompression therapy, massage therapy, etc. along with
Dr. Nash is proficient in a number of various techniques
and treats each patient using the approach that he feels
is best for them. Being a Palmer graduate he uses
“Palmer technique”, as well as spinal decompression
techniques, instrument adjusting (using the
“Activator” instrument), Cox technique and others.
To achieve the best results for his patients Dr. Nash
also includes other treatment disciplines, including
rehabilitation exercise, spinal decompression and massage,
in his treatment plans. While one patient may receive the
best results with the application of moist heat and a
light massage prior to the chiropractic adjustment another
may do best with a complete postural correction exercise
program under the supervision of a professional Physical
Therapist here in our clinic.
Continuing Education Ongoing “lifetime learning” is
critical in today’s changing healthcare world. Dr. Nash
keeps his clinical skills sharp with routine continuing
professional education. Active himself in sports since
childhood, Dr. Nash especially enjoys treating and
supporting athletes. And as a father and husband, he is
keenly interested in sharing the “chiropractic
lifestyle” of maintaining health through good
nutrition, exercise, and appropriate chiropractic care.
Giving Back to the
Dr. Nash has served on the boards of directors of the
Prescott Access Channel and the Prescott Kiwanis
Foundation. He volunteers his time routinely to assist in
community health projects such as the Lions Health Fair.
Dr. Nash is a member of the Arizona Association of
Chiropractic and the Yavapai County Chiropractic
Association. He is the past-president of the Yavapai
County Chiropractic Association.