The first time I saw a chiropractor, I was seeking treatment for a shoulder issue. But when I went in to the office, I explained that I was also experiencing extreme vertigo. He adjusted my C1 vertebrae and my ears and within the hour, the vertigo was gone. Stunned, I called him back and asked how to become a chiropractor. I was 32 and had 11 credit hours to my name so I went to classes and switched postal craft from a carrier to a clerk. Ultimately, I decided to go all in, move to Iowa to finish my prerequisites for the Palmer College of Chiropractics, and achieved my dream of becoming a licensed Chiropractor.