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  • Roy M. Love DC, FACO

    Dr. Roy M. Love is a 1985 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. He graduated from the Penn State University in 1980 with a BA in Psychology and furthered his education at Palmer Collage of Chiropractic. He is a Chiropractic Orthopedist, a three year postgraduate board certification designation, as an F.A.C.O. He has practiced in State College and Penns Valley Area for over 32 years. He is the proud father of three children, Sean, Collin and Molly. His wife Cindy has been the office manager for Nittany Valley Chiropractic Center since the practice began in 1986. Dr. Love is the past president of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and twice named Pa. Chiropractor or the Year. Dr Love has been very involved in our community, via coaching, fundraising and in active leadership in many organizations, ie., Stan Yoder Memorial Preserve Chairman, Haunted Granary founder, Harris Township Open Space Preservation Chair, and past president of the State Theatre. As of 2015 Dr. Love was named Clinical Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine in the Penn State College of Medicine. In 2018, founding member along with Strawberry Fields for upcoming Good Day Cafe. Centre Foundation Centre Inspired Grant Recipient for Good Day Cafe.

    Dr. Love is proud to use critical diagnostic skills and state of the art therapy, manual techniques, exercise and advice, to help patients with sometimes chronic, difficult, not resolved in other healthcare offices, conditions, resolve. With 30 years of experience and an active caring pursuit to be the best doctor he can be, Dr. Love has helped many patients return to pain free improved function. He looks forward to helping you return to health.

  • Shawn T. Sebora, DC, CCSP, Webster Protocol Certified

    Dr. Shawn Sebora is a Wisconsin native that received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She is a 2000 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. She earned her first post-graduate certification in the Webster Protocol in 2005 and the second certificate from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians™ as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician in 2012.

    Dr. Sebora treats all kinds of patients. She continues to take education courses to hone her ability to address sports injuries in our collegiate and youth athletes, as well as helping weekend warriors and executives function at their best. She also enjoys treating children and babies to assist them in reaching their milestones and to promote their strong development. Her mission is to treat each and every patient as she would her own family.

    Dr. Sebora is a military spouse that has lived and practiced in Wisconsin, Texas, Germany, Virginia and Illinois. While living in Illinois, Dr. Sebora would volunteer her time at the local maternity home, giving free chiropractic care to battered and under-privileged women. She also volunteered as a Girl Scout Junior troop co-leader last year where her daughter Maighdy earned the Junior Bronze Award. She enjoys her new hobby of doing CrossFit, she loves to travel, and spend time with her husband Chris and two daughters, Sydney and Maighdlyn. 

    [The Webster Protocol: a technique consisting of a specific adjustment that is a safe means to restore proper pelvic balance and physiological function of the mother and improve her comfort throughout pregnancy in preparation for a safer and easier birth. This certification is conferred by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA™)

  • Kayla E. Wagoner, DC

    Dr. Kayla Wagoner was born and raised in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. She attained her bachelor degree in Health Sciences at Lock Haven University and then set her sights on her dream of becoming a chiropractor. Dr. Kayla then moved to Port Orange, Florida where she attended Palmer College of Chiropractic to obtain her Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    After graduating Palmer, Dr. Kayla started working at a busy family practice in Central Florida where she treated patients of all different age groups. Dr. Kayla and her husband, whom she met while studying at Chiropractic College, then decided to move back to Central Pennsylvania to be closer to their families. Dr. Kayla and her husband have been treating patient's in the State College area since 2014. While in school Dr. Kayla was trained in the following chiropractic techniques: Activator, Diversified, Extremity Adjusting, Flexion/Distraction, and Thompson Drop. She is passionate about helping patients reduce their pain naturally, better their health, and improve their quality of life through chiropractic

  • Jay Wagoner, DC, EMT

    Dr. Jay Wagoner grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa and graduated from Clarke University with a bachelor degree in Psychology. He then attended University Of Dubuque and graduated with an additional bachelor degree with honors, in Biology focusing in pre-medical studies. This led him to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida where he graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    Dr. Jay Wagoner is trained and uses the following techniques in his everyday practice to best treat his patients: Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson drops, Flexion & Distraction Technique, Activator, Extremity adjusting, and trigger point therapy. He enjoys treating patients of all ages with the natural healing qualities of chiropractic care.

    Dr. Jay Wagoner has a passion for basketball. He played basketball throughout college and continued his passion at Palmer by participating in intramural games as well as the annual Chiro Games. Dr. Jay Wagoner is married to Dr. Kayla Wagoner who currently live in Howard, Pennsylvania with their two Pomeranians.

  • Anne Klinikowski, LMT

    Anne comes to Nittany Valley Chiropractic as a Licensed Massage Therapist. She holds a BA of Science degree from Penn State and recently has graduated from Integrative Bodywork School of Massage in April of 2017. She has over 20 years experience working in medical offices as an administrative assistant and office manger. Anne will be joining us at our State College office!

  • Kiersten Gelfand

    Kiersten is the founder and CEO of Fitness Inspired (FI). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science. She is nationally certified in American Council of Exercise (ACE), Aerobics and Fitness Association of American (AFAA), Turbo Kick®, and Schwinn Cycling. Additionally she is an online fitness coach to help people meet their fitness goals virtually using her own programs and well-known programs such as P90x, Insanity, T25, TurboFire and others.

    A few words from Kiersten:

    I am a passionate, adventure-seeking, fitness entrepreneur. I love helping people succeed by living inspired and more specifically Fitness Inspired. I know and have seen the positive impact that can be had when your body gets stronger and fit and you develop the mental toughness to adhere to a Fitness Inspired program. Living fitness inspired improves all areas of your life. One of my greatest joys is to connect and coach people towards a happier and healthier life. 

    I have designed every single program for Fitness Inspired around these 3 words: Fun, Accountability, & Results!® I have helped people lose thousands of pounds, individuals drop multiple clothing sizes, and get stronger by feeling the positive improvement in their lives from the inside out.

    Please connect with me, share your goals and successes, and join our Fitness Inspired community!

    FI Kiersten

    www.LiveFitnessInspired.com

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  • Mandy Sergent Glitzer

    Mandy is the owner of Wellness in Motion, LLC. In 2003, Mandy graduated from her first Yoga Teacher Training program and began teaching yoga classes throughout Central Pennsylvania. Over the years, she taught more and more yoga and eventually left the engineering world to pursue full-time self-employment as a yoga therapist and instructor. 

    Mandy’s goal from her yoga practice has never been to stand on her head. The goal has always been to quiet her mind, check in with herself, and stand more fully on her own two feet. It is this goal that also informs her yoga teaching style. Mandy has been most drawn to the Kripalu and Phoenix Rising styles of yoga, both of which are inquiry-based methods that use classic postures, breathing, meditation, and relaxation techniques to increases awareness of body, breath, and mind.

    Mandy is a member of the Yoga Alliance (E-RYT), the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She has over 1000 hours of teaching experience and over 1200 hours of related training. 

    To contact Mandy, email [email protected] or call 814-237-4005. You can view the current class schedule, and other instructor bios at www.wellnessinmotionstudio.com. 

  • Dr.
    Jessica Stevens

    Dr. Stevens is the founder and owner of Happy Valley Wellness and Acupuncture, LLC and currently lives in State College. She is originally from Northeast Ohio. Dr. Stevens earned a BS in Biochemistry from Denison University in Granville, Ohio and an MS in Biomedical Sciences from Barry University in Miami, Florida. She graduated medical school from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine outside of San Francisco, California and completed her residency in Family Medicine with UPMC St. Margaret Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Stevens is also a graduate of the Harvard Medical School Acupuncture for Physicians program. She is board certified by both the Allopathic (MD) and Osteopathic (DO) Family Medicine boards (ABFM and ACOFP), as well as the Integrative Medicine board (ABIHM) and carries licenses to practice both medicine and acupuncture in the state of Pennsylvania. She currently practices medicine as a Hospitalist for Mount Nittany Physician Group.

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