Robin Coldren, ND
I am a wife, mother, grandmother, healer, and speaker. I started working with my husband as a Chiropractic Assistant 34 years ago. As our practice grew I saw a need to add nutrition to our practice. I have always had an interest in nutrition and helping people so I started attending nutritional seminars to learn how the body works and why it doesn’t. I have advanced studies in Contact Reflex Analysis, Nutritional Response Technique and Advanced Clinical Nutrition. In 1998, I received a Doctor of Naturopathy Degree from Trinity School of Natural Health. I currently have over 3000 hours in classroom study in nutrition and phytonutrients (herbal therapy).
Through my studies in nutrition I became aware of the relationship of foods and health, and have concentrated on using whole food complexes instead of utilizing vitamin isolates.
I have studied the mind-body connection with Deepak Chopra, and Wayne Dyer, along with many others. I have spoke to different groups on nutrition and the mind body connection. Our concentration at the office is on improving the function of the body and not chasing symptoms. We have found, by taking neural interference away, feeding the body real foods, and helping change the thought patterns, we have been able to change people’s lives and given them back their health, happiness, and life.
We understand that the body has the innate ability to heal itself, our job is to remove the interference from the nervous system, feed the body the correct nutrition, and help you understand how your body works and let your body heal. We have been able to help people that the medical profession has been clueless as to what is wrong with them, or have given up hope. We look forward to helping you recover your health.
"I love what I do and I am dedicated to helping you."
Roger Wayne Coldren, D.C.
5883 Washington Ave. Export, PA 15632 | 724-325-4042 | [email protected]
Dedicated to the advancement of the human potential through natural healing methods.
Dr. Coldren has spent most of his life helping others, from being an EMT, fireman, and a policeman. He was a college instructor and assistant clinic Director at Logan College of Chiropractic.
He has brought those desires to help others back to his hometown of Export and Murrysville.