Dr. Itasca L. Waiters hails from the south suburbs of Chicago and is a graduate of Bloom Township High School. Dr. Itasca became interested in chiropractic and holistic medicine while attending Clark Atlanta University, where she graduated with a Bachelor degree in Biology (’98). She continued her studies at Life University in Marietta, GA where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree (‘03).

Dr. Itasca focuses on treating the whole person, concentrating on the root cause not just the symptoms. Empowering others to live a healthy lifestyle, teaching them to enjoy the basics of healthful everyday living. Dr. Itasca has the keen ability to assess and individual’s set of health concerns, clinical findings and history to be able to understand the complex set of factors affecting a person’s body, health and overall well-being. She is a master at addressing the core issues of a patient’s health in a way that creates an instant, palpable shift, while setting the stage for long-term change. Her warm, direct, personal style produces a high level of trust with patients, which makes creating positive shifts and breakthroughs easy and effortless. Whether you are searching for effective pain relief, find ways to prevent injuries or a way to start a healthy lifestyle; Dr. Itasca is here to help you with all your healthcare needs.

Dr. Itasca is trained to provide care and treatment of injuries or illness resulting from different causes. She herself has benefited from chiropractic care after a car accident. Suffering from headaches, back and leg pain. Her time visiting the chiropractor made her a new person. It is her hopes that everyone she is blessed to treat leaves with the same experience. Over the last 15 years Dr. Itasca has continued to study and train to learn different chiropractic techniques. She has also studied acupuncture and its benefits which she uses to maximize the health of her patients.

Dr. Itasca has been licensed in the State of Illinois since 2004. She opened Waiters Chiropractic Wellness Center in 2005 and has been working to heal communities since.