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Dr. Todd A. Watts is a national board certified Chiropractic Physician in Idaho, a Functional Wellness Practitioner and is licensed with the Pastoral Medical Association. Dr. Watts’ passion for helping others restore their health so that they can live their true purpose stems from his journey in overcoming his health struggles. His journey began at the age of 28 when he had Epstein Barr Virus and by the time he was 40 he struggled with arthritic pain in his hands, wrists, low back and shoulders, along with chronic headaches and muscle tightness in neck, shoulders and back. He also struggled with food and seasonal allergies, chronic fatigue, night sweats, muscle fatigue and twitches, brain fog and memory issues. Attending a medical conference on Lyme disease, he identified with many of the symptoms of Lyme and its coinfections. He later tested positive with a blood test for a chronic Lyme infection. On his journey with treating Lyme disease, he seemed go through cyclical patterns of feeling good and then crashing. He met another practitioner who told him he had parasites which was causing many of his symptoms as well as the cyclical pattern. Having gone through many Lyme protocols, he realized that addressing the parasites was vital in overcoming the Lyme disease and the rest of his symptoms. Today, Dr. Watts feels great and has sustained energy to allow him to help others, enjoy time with his family, and live his true purpose. ​ The turning point for him occurred one evening when he pulled into the driveway and watched his 5 year old son and 9 year old daughter playing baseball with the neighbor realizing that he had never done this with his kids because of his lack of energy and motivation. The first time his son and daughter hit a ball was with someone else. He was missing out in life. He was not being the father and husband that he had always dreamed of. At that point he realized that he had to do whatever it took to overcome his health issues. ​ Dr. Watts is married to Lisa Watts and they have 4 children, Kailyn, Kaylee, Camden and Rylan. Dr. Watts’ professional and post-doctorate training includes True Cellular Healing, Chiropractic Plus Kinesiology, Applied Kinesiology, Clinical Kinesiology, Neuromodulation Technique, Acupuncture, Bio-resonance Therapy, Sacro-occipital Technique (SOT), Nutrition, Medical IV Infusion Therapy,and Live Cell Microscopy. He has taken courses on Mastering Functional Blood Chemistry, Mastering Thyroid, Mastering Brain Chemistry, The Neuroendocrine Immunology of Environmental Triggers, and has trained with several Lyme disease and parasitology experts.

Dr. Phillip Redd My name is Dr Phillip Redd. I am an osteopathic physician (DO) with an overwhelming interest in helping people get well. I realize the limitations of both mainstream medicine as well as alternative medicine, but believe elements of both can be harnessed to enhance and improve our health. My philosophy is that by being open-minded enough to accept the unconventional, we can allow God to heal us as we learn truth about our bodies. Currently, I am Board-certified in Family Medicine and try to incorporate a functional and hands-on approach to each individual’s physiology in order to enhance the body’s ability to heal itself. I frequently utilize Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, including the Fascial Distortion Model to diagnose and treat pain. I have worked in hospitals and in outpatient clinics, in the military as well, and so I feel I can offer perspective on how disease and dis-ease affect each of us on every level–physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual. I and my wife, Cherry Ann, and our six children have lived in Idaho for a little over seven years. Idaho is my home state and we love it here! I enjoy many things including reading and learning truth, athletics, the outdoors, and just relaxing with my wife and family. My two daughters and four sons teach me so much! Life is challenging at times and poor health is one of those obstacles each of will likely face at one time or another. I am grateful to be part of this community and feel with God’s help that I can make a difference.