Moss Chiropractic of Inverness | Meet the Doctor
" Inverness, I truly care about you and your families. I would like to be YOUR doctor. Give me a chance, I think you'll be impressed."
Dr. Brett Moss, D.C.
Hello, I'm Dr. Brett Moss and I'd like to tell you about this clinic and myself. I was born and raised in Kansas, so I'm a bit of a country kid. I moved down to Spring Hill in 1984, attending Springstead High School. I played football there, that is relevant because Citrus kicked our butts! LOL.
I was in the Navy for 6 years where I was an avionics technician on the F-14B Tomcat fighter aircraft. I served during Desert Shield/Desert Storm and the Yugoslavia no-fly zone. My aircraft carrier and more specifically, were the tip of the sword. I attended Life University, School of Chiropractic in Marietta, GA where I received my Doctor of Chiropractic, graduating Cum Laude. I am board certified both nationally and in the state of Florida. I graduated in 1998 and have been in practice since. It has been an amazing journey. As smart as I thought I was coming out of school...wow...practice has taught me so much more.
I am a second-generation chiropractor, both my Mother and Father are chiropractors, as are my brothers and sister. Does this matter? I think it does. I grew up 'chiropractic'. I saw the miracles that my Dad achieved in practice. I KNOW what an adjustment should and does feel like. I also have a vast amount of knowledge that my father passed on to me through the years. He took us from school and showed us how it is really done, putting us years ahead in our skill sets. So, does it matter? You tell me.
Techniques and More
I practice several techniques and am highly proficient as well. My primary techniques are Thompson Terminal Point or what is also referred to as 'drop' technique. It uses a Thompson table or what most refer to as a drop table to create a safe, smooth, easy adjustment of the spine. It 'drops' about 3/8's of an inch and creates kinetic energy. With that, I don't have to push as hard and your are much more comfortable.
I also practice Koren Specific Technique, utilizing an arthrostim electric adjusting tool. This is an amazingly useful technique that works on nearly everyone. The tool itself is a little like a small 'jack hammer' if you will, only it has soft rubber tips and is now where as strong. It 'taps' the vertebrae into position and resets the nervous system. Those who like the 'clicker', usually LOVE this technique. Those who the clicker doesn't seem to help, LOVE this technique. Why? Because it's very gentle and it works every bit as well as any manual adjusting technique, better in many. Hate to be 'cracked'? This is your technique. All the correction, none of the cracking.
Okay, so I practice several techniques, I have years and years of experience as well as second-generation knowledge passed down. What else makes me different and why should you choose me for your healthcare needs? That is easy. I care. I take my time, I look at you as a person, not just pieces and parts. I promise you that I will do my darndest to get you better, of course realizing the patient has a huge roll to play in getting better.
I am a conservative doctor in that I feel a large portion of my job is to keep my patients OUT of surgery and OFF medications if possible. If we can restore your health and vitality; if we can help you to live a pain free life naturally, that is what we do. That I'm conservative does NOT mean I don't x-ray my patients and order MRI's when necessary. I believe in a 'High Tech, High Touch' way of practice. There is wisdom in the old and brilliance in the new. I like to think we're both.