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Chattanooga Sports Chiropractic Institute is owned by Dr. Callie Lance. The practice focuses on integrating chiropractic, dry needling, soft tissue techniques, and functional rehabilitation into one successful treatment approach individualized to each patient. Dr. Lance works with surrounding gyms, wellness centers, and other physicians to make sure that the community of Chattanooga receives the best care possible. 

Dr. Lance is a native to Medina, OH and attended the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, OH to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree. She then went to Logan University in St. Louis, MO to earn her Master’s of Science and Sports Rehabilitation and Doctorate of Chiropractic in December of 2017. Dr. Lance has chosen to start a practice in Chattanooga due to her love of the flourishing outdoor activity that is found in and around the city of Chattanooga. 

Previous experience consists of Dr. Lance’s abundant clinical experience serving in the Logan College of Chiropractic Health Center, Logan's Human Performance Center, Harris-Stowe University, University of Missouri, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She was a preceptor at Mount Lookout Chiropractic & Sports Injury Center in Cincinnati, OH. 

In Dr. Lance's spare time she loves being outside trying new hiking trails or running the riverwalk, meeting new people, and exploring many of the restaurants Chattanooga has to offer. She has also completed multiple triathlons ranging from sprint to a full ironman. She also participates in local running races from 5ks to Ultras. 


Director Of Greetings (DOG)

Meet Daisy Lance! She is a rescue Golden Husky that accompanies Dr. Lance at the office. She is a registered Emotional Support Animal and will provide you with some comfort through your injury and healing process. She is very friendly and loves belly rubs. 

When she is not at work, she loves to be outside running with Callie, exploring the water on a paddle board or kayak, or passed out upside down on the couch at home.