Meet the Doctor
Dr. Caitlin Schmitt
Dr. Schmitt recently relocated to Florida from her hometown of Buffalo, New York. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from The State University at Buffalo, she performed her graduate training at New York Chiropractic College where she received her doctoral degree. Being inspired at the age of six by her mentor and family chiropractic physician, Dr. Schmitt always knew she wanted to be a doctor of chiropractic. Her family as a whole, including grandparents and parents, realized the significance of getting their nervous systems checked through chiropractic care, while maintaining a healthy and holistic lifestyle in order to achieve greater health and vibrance.
Dr. Schmitt performed her internship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center located in Bethesda, MD, having garnered the much sought after position in a very selective process. She provided chiropractic care to active duty military men and women while training with other medical specialties in both operative and non-operative neurologic and orthopedic conditions.
Dr. Schmitt has engaged in postgraduate training via the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, where she specializes in the Webster Technique. She actively treats pregnant women and pediatric patients, seeing the wonderfully positive impact chiropractic care has on her patients as well as the influential care she received as a child.
Dr. Schmitt has also received additional training in FAKTR, Rocktape, and NIMMO; which are techniques used to facilitate and improve athletic performance. She uses therapeutic taping, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and various stretching techniques for the crossfitter, yogi, gymnast, body builder, golfer, athlete, and weekend warrior!
Should you be looking for Dr. Schmitt at times other than her office hours, you can easily find her exploring everything that the great Florida outdoors has to offer which includes Crossfit, hiking the AT, biking the Pinellas trail, running, swimming, and doing yoga.