Dr. Dylan M Clarke is a second generation chiropractor that was brought into the profession and the healing art of chiropractic through his own experiences that started at a young age. Dr Clarke was an active kid who loved to swim and jump on a trampolines along with being involved with baseball, soccer, hockey, and rugby.
When he was 9 years old he slipped off his trampoline and fell head first on the ground and instantly could not breath or feel the lower half of his body. His father rushed him to inside and performed an examination on his spine and then performed a chiropractic adjustment. Dr. Clarke recalls “I felt a shock of electricity go through my body and with it was able to breath and move my body again, that was the moment I realized my father did a lot more than ‘Pop’ bones.” Starting from that age on he went to chiropractic seminars regularly with his father.
Dr. Clarke comes from a large family that has 6 children, one of whom is deaf. Dr. Clarke is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and has been, in the past, a board certified ASL interpreter. When asked where he is from he responds “North America.” He was born in Victoria Canada and then began his moving trek through North America. His family moved to Iowa while his father completed chiropractic school. He then moved to Colorado Springs for a year and then spent his boyhood in Barstow California. When resources dried up for his brother who is deaf, the family moved to Kansas. When Dylan was 18 he got a job land surveying and moved to Chicago Illinois. From there he served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ft. Lauderdale Florida and was assigned to teach and serve the deaf community in that area. After Florida he took a job interpreting in Texas. Doc then went to Utah where he married his wife and he obtained a degree in Business management from Utah Valley University. He then went to chiropractic school in davenport Iowa. After school he practiced with his father for three years in Kansas and then the mountains called so he answered. He and his family of 6 children moved in Jul of 2016.
Dr. Dylan Clarke loves learning about the human body and making himself a better doctor to give the best service he can. He practices with the mentality of being the doctor he would want to see.