Dr. Jayme was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She met her husband, Blake, while in high school. Dr. Jayme and Blake have two children, a daughter named Abigail and a son named Bradley. They have made it their mission to change the way their community views and manages their health, both physically and mentally. They are passionate about helping their community build healthy families and eliminate dangerous lifestyle habits that can cause illness. They do not want others to go through same stressful experience that their family went through with their son. They achieve this through community education and wellness programs that make drug-free healthcare practical and affordable.
Dr. Jayme worked as a Nurse for 10 years prior to becoming a chiropractor. During the last 3 years of her career, she worked in a Med-Surg/ Oncology Unit. When her son Bradley was 2 ½ years old, she started noticing that he was having difficulties communicating. He had suffered from numerous ear infections and she thought this was causing the speech and developmental delays. Like any parent worries about their child, she and her husband, Blake, took him to the pediatrician where the doctors recommended placing tubes in his ears and removing his tonsils and adenoids. According to the doctors, the surgery was a success, but it did not improve his communication difficulties. He was given the diagnosis of Developmental Delay and they were told that therapy was their only option. Having followed the recommendations of their doctors and given no further hope for their son, Dr. Jayme’s brother in law, Dr. Brock Frear a chiropractor, made an appointment for Bradley to have his spine and nervous system evaluated. Bradley was under chiropractic care for 6 weeks when he started showing improvements in both his speech and developmental delays. This made such a vast improvement in her son’s life that it created a mindset change for Dr. Jayme and Blake. She started realizing that each day that she went into the hospital, her patients were getting sicker despite the medical interventions that were ordered. Dr. Jayme decided to leave her nursing career to become a chiropractor. She wanted to have the opportunity to empower and encourage others to regain their health, to reach their full potential in life, and help to inspire people to live a life of health rather than sickness.