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Diagram of the spinal cord and what each vertabrae connects to and the possible problems each one could relate to if not aligned properly.
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heskettDr. Dennis L. Heskett has been serving the Murray/Calloway area for over 20 years and is a graduate of Life University in Atlanta, GA where he obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. He has been married to his high school sweet heart, Ruth, for 34 years. They have three children, DeAndra, age 24; whom is attending Life University to become a chiropractor herself and is married to Specialist Aaron Herndon, Adam; age 22 is currently attending Murray State University and planning to become a chiropractor and also attending Life University. Ian; age 18, is a senior at Murray High School and is planning on attending Murray State University in the fall to pursue a degree in Wildlife Biology.

Dr. Heskett has been a member of the Murray Chamber of Commerce and Rotary International, where he has served on various committees for the past 20 years and has been involved in many community activities such; The Murray Christmas Parade, 4th of July Freedom Fest, the Soap Box Derby, and Rotary International Bass Fishing Tournament to name a few. He has coached recreational baseball leagues and little league football. Since starting his practice in 1990, he has held various benefits in his office to help support Needline, Life House, Relay for Life, Tymeless Hearts, and various Christian missions.


heskettIn the year 2000, Dr. Heskett was commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel. He is a 32nd Degree Mason, a Shriner and an active member of Ducks Unlimited. Through his chiropractic career he had received various awards from the chiropractic profession, such as, receiving one of the highest honors of Distinguished Fellow from the International Chiropractic Association (ICA). He was voted Alumnus of the Year at Life Chiropractic University and is the Kentucky State Representative for the ICA. He devotes many hours of his time doing motivational speaking throughout the United States at various Universities and chiropractic seminars. He is active in Murray State's career days and through his 20 plus years in practice he has mentored over 50 of his patients whom are now Doctors of Chiropractic, many of which practice here in Kentucky.