Dr. Tim Kesemann is the owner of Odessa Upper Cervical Chiropractic Center in Odessa, Missouri. Inspired by the injury he sustained from a motor bicycle accident when he was 14 years old and how a chiropractor helped him heal his shoulders, Dr. Kesemann decided to pursue a chiropractic career.
He attended Columbia College for his undergraduate degree and pursued his chiropractic education at Palmer College of Chiropractic. In 1989, Dr. Kesemann completed his chiropractic doctorate. Since 1990, he has been offering patients much-needed assistance to manage their condition.
Driven by his passion for helping and spreading awareness on chiropractic care benefits, he has been providing top-notch upper cervical care to the Odessa community for more than 20 years.
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