Stuart and Theresa Warner are a husband-and-wife chiropractic team who have chiropractic practice that is child-centered that is guided by their passion for helping children achieve their full God-given potential.
The Warners were known as “pediatric chiropractors” before there were pediatric chiropractors.
In 1995, the pair founded the celebrity- and government-endorsed Kids Day America/International™, the biggest day ever for chiropractors helping children! Each year, this powerful event drives chiropractors to the forefront of their towns. The entire community gets involved donating to, promoting, and attending this free event that is dedicated to children’s health and safety and environmental awareness. To date, more than 2,500 chiropractors have participated, resulting in over 5 million children being screened for subluxation!
Drs. Warner also founded Wellness Moms America™, chiropractic-led monthly meetings that bring together like-minded mothers to teach them how to live the chiropractic wellness lifestyle. In addition to educating mothers, these meetings also introduce participating chiropractors to an abundance of new families who are seeking higher levels of health and wellness for their families. This network is constantly expanding, as new chapters continue to be formed across the country and around the world.
Drs. Stu and Theresa are widely sought-after speakers on the topics of chiropractic pediatrics and pregnancy. They have served as regular keynote and team speakers for many of the top chiropractic programs, including Parker Seminars, Dynamic Essentials, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, Total Solution Program, New Beginnings Philosophy Program, and Teach the World About Chiropractic. They have also taught at hundreds of state conventions, philosophy nights, and private programs and have been postgraduate faculty members of several chiropractic colleges.
Drs. Warner are contributing authors to the pediatric chapter of the New York Times best-selling book,One Minute Wellness. They have served as spokespersons on the topic of raising healthy children for various forms of media, including television, print, and radio.