Dr. Rice, his wife Kailey and sons Everett and Beckett reside in Farmington. Dr. Rice grew up in Apple Valley, a neighboring city to Farmington. He was active in hockey, broomball and football while attending Apple Valley High School.
This is where Dr. Rice discovered what chiropractic can do for the injured athlete. It was his sophomore year when a football injury opened his eyes to chiropractic and it just made sense for him to set his sights on becoming a chiropractor to help others become well and feel great.
Following graduation from high school, Dr. Rice attended the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. While at the university, Dr. Rice was the President of the pre-chiropractic club, played for the club lacrosse team and graduated with a degree in exercise science with a pre-professional emphasis in the spring of 2005. Dr. Rice also attained personal training certification through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Council on Strength and Fitness (NCSF).
For Dr. Rice the decision to live and practice chiropractic in the communities he grew up in was easy. Growing up in the area and having family and friends in all the surrounding cities it just seemed perfect to be in this area serving the community I've become so fond of.
Today Dr. Rice certifications are; Webster Technique, Chiropractic Sports Physician and Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics.