Danny Dunmore has always had a passion for the health field. Serving as the Community Outreach Coordinator for Total Health Chiropractic allows him to share his experiences and educate community members on various aspects of health in their own lives.
Danny began competing in athletics at the age of 5, and continued during his middle school, high school, and college years. He competed in football, baseball, wrestling, basketball, and track & field. Danny went on to compete in college-level football for Wartburg College in Waverly, IA. Danny continued his athletic career being involved in Clinton Muddy River Rugby. While participating, Danny endured head trauma that fueled his fire to help individuals fighting disease and chronic illness.
Soon after, he began classes at The University of Northern Iowa to begin his degree in Exercise Science and Nutrition. During this time, he started experiencing complications from Post Concussion Syndrome. Due to this, he has undergone many types of treatments across the country and in Canada. He has educated himself along the way in conventional and holistic medicine. After enduring treatments and earning his degree in Health and Wellness from Ashford University, Danny went on to become a health coach for a local healthcare clinic implementing a weight loss program and a general health & wellness program. To this day, Danny believes in a proactive approach to taking care of the body, and encourages others to do the same. His personal connection with the health field solidifies, motivates, and ensures his empathy in helping others find their way.
Danny and his girlfriend, Allison, reside in Coralville and enjoy boating and spending time outdoors. Danny can be found playing music on the weekends and rooting for his favorite sports teams.
Shout out to my new chiropractor, Total Health Chiropractic in Iowa City. Today was only my 2nd visit and was greeted by name when I came in, and then when doc took a little longer to get to me (which happens at every medical institution everywhere) Lisa, the receptionist, came to apologize and offered me refreshments (which does NOT happen. Anywhere. Ever). Plus they have fresh fruit and it smells like oranges here, and I just like that. But seriously, definitely going to be my family’s chiropractic care facility as long as they’re around.