Dr. Korth started his college career with plans to become a medical doctor, but after working at an assisted living facility for a few years, he decided he wanted to try and find a way to help and heal people without medications. This realization brought him to Palmer College of Chiropractic (the birthplace of Chiropractic) were he graduated as a Presidential Scholar, interned at the Palmer Rehabilitation Facility, and played for the Palmer rugby team. Dr. Korth spent his time in the clinic and on the field in search of ways to remove the aches and pains that are associated with all sports and daily life. He also strived to find ways to keep athletes from ever developing symptoms in the first place, and as a result, decrease the chance of debilitating injury. He found the answer with the combination of Chiropractic adjustments, Active Release Technique (ART), and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). These three tools work great on their own, but as a team, they function to target, identify, and correct injuries without surgery. First Dr. Korth uses SFMA to find dysfunctional movement patterns. He then uses Chiropractic, ART, and muscle retraining to remove pain, weakness, and range of motion issues that hinder athletic performance and activities of daily living. As a result, the patient can then function at his or her full potential.