Chiropractic Physician, Holistic Primary Care, Pediatrics, Clinical Nutrition
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Dr. Kenzie Maloy started her college education at Eastern Oregon University, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelors of Science degree. She then decided to attend a highly regarded chiropractic school in Minneapolis, Minnesota named Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU). Dr. Maloy graduated from NWHSU with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in November 2005.
In May 2007, she became certified in Chiropractic Pediatrics by the Academy Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics after one and a half years of post-doctorate training. Then in November 2012, she completed the top level of training after another one and half years of additional training in Chiropractic Pediatrics with receiving her Diplomate. Dr. Maloy is the only chiropractor in Oregon, and one of two in the Pacific Northwest, to have received this training and honor.
In July 2012, Dr. Maloy completed her Diplomate as a Board Certified Chiropractic Internist (DABCI) after three years of post-doctorate training. This training has helped her to become a specialist in Internal Diagnosis and treat patients with lifestyle changes and supplements.
In May 2016, Dr. Maloy completed a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition. In July 2016 she had her first research article published in the “Nutritional Perspectives” periodical. It was titled “Preconception Nesting: Optimizing Maternal Health Before and During Your Baby’s Gestational Period.”
Dr. Maloy has a passion for women’s health and fertility and has received extensive training under a world renowned naturopath who specializes on female and male fertility difficulties.
Dr. Maloy is a proud wife and mother of four children. With two set of twins she is a busy mom and loves talking to other parents about their struggles with their own health and their children’s health. The health of her family is of upmost importance for her.
Dr. Maloy has over twelve years of experience and has been asked to teach other doctors who are training to be Internal Diagnosis Diplomates on the subject of Pediatrics.
When Dr. Maloy is not helping patients she enjoys spending time with her husband and children.