A Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic - Clermont & Oviedo
Dr. Neff is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. He and his wife, Brittany, are Florida natives originally from the Orlando area. In 2018, they moved back to Central Florida and are happy to be closer to family again.
Dr. Neff has been in practice since 2006. After working in Longwood, FL for a few years, he went to Guanajuato, Mexico and opened two clinics in the cities of Guanajuato and León. In 2013, he returned to Florida and worked with his good friend, Dr. Richard Jacobs, in Pensacola.
After five years, they decided it was time to come home to be closer to family as well as to have more opportunity with Brittany's career as an actor and performer. You will see her on a number of TV commercials and singing at Universal Studios. Their daughter, Penelope, keeps both parents busy when not working. The Neffs are also in the church band at Living Hope Church in Clermont.
Dr. Raquel is a Missouri native. She grew up in Wentzville and attended the University of Missouri – Columbia, where she earned her Bachelors of Science, majoring in Animal Science. After spending time in the competitive arena of training horses Dr. Raquel drew her focus to chiropractic and enrolled in Logan College of Chiropractic. Shortly after starting classes at Logan, Dr. Raquel found her passion for the Gonstead System of Chiropractic and decided to further her studies in the system through the Logan Gonstead Intern Program. Dr. Raquel has over 300 hours attending Gonstead specific seminars and credits Dr. Hilary and Dr. Derrijk Hollon as her mentors alongside other seasoned chiropractors. Dr. Raquel is also a graduate of Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic, a 226 hour program, and is an IVCA certified animal chiropractor. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Raquel enjoys riding horses, caring for her assorted pets at home, and participating in her local book club.
I was diagnosed with spinal scoliosis when I was 13 years old. After consulting with an orthopedist, the common medical treatment for this condition consisted of either a back brace worn 23 hours a day, or Harrington rods surgically implanted in the spine if my curvatures progressed. My mother saw a chiropractor in her early 20s and took me in for an examination and regular adjustments. After 6 months of care, my x-rays showed improvement in my curvatures that the orthopedist could not explain. Having full mobility of my spine is essential to me since I have been an avid horseback rider since I was young. My goal as a chiropractor is to give back to others the health, mobility, and opportunities to live life to the fullest, just as my childhood doctor did for me!