Dr. Kortni Richards Smith:
Dr. Kortni graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in October 2020. She is the first
chiropractor in her family and originally from the California/Arizona border before
moving to Iowa.
She was an extremity intern during her time at Palmer that involved teaching extremity
adjusting as well. While at Palmer she also trained in flexion distraction and activator. She
is currently certified in SFMA and plans on adding other certifications.
Some of her hobbies include adult sand volleyball leagues, hunting, fishing, scuba diving
and anything else outdoors.
Dr. Kortni is recently married and excited to see patients in both Clinton and the Bettendorf area.
Dr. Tymbree Hawkins:
Dr. Tymbree’s love for the chiropractic profession began at a young age when she was first introduced to animal chiropractic for her barrel horses.
She quickly realized how chiropractic care changes the lives of not only humans, but also animals. In 2018, Tymbree moved across the country from Colorado to pursue her dreams of becoming a Chiropractor at Palmer College of Chiropractic.
She graduated Summa Cum Laude with academic honors in 2022. In addition to her schoolwork, she has completed additional training in Advanced Activator Methods, Perinatal Care with Webster, extremities, and animal chiropractic.
Outside of practice, Tymbree enjoys spending time in the outdoors with her fiancé hiking, horseback riding and fishing. During the spring she also helps coach girls’ lacrosse for the Quad City Lacrosse Association. She looks forward to serving the Quad Cities community!
Dr. S. Cody Woodward:
Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2001
He is a member of the second largest Chiropractic family in the country
Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP)
Certified in Acupuncture
Certified in SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment)
Travel's with the University of Iowa Hawkeye wrestling team for the last 7 years, providing Chiropractic and Acupuncture for the team and coaches
He has treated several collegiate and professional athletes, including National, World, and Olympic champions