Meet our Doctors
Meet Dr. Kaileigh McLaughlin, D.C.
Dr. Kaileigh McLaughlin is a prenatal, pediatric, and family wellness practitioner in Wichita, Kansas. She has a passion for working with growing families. She loves helping moms feel great so they can enjoy their pregnancies and being a mom herself, Dr. Kaileigh has a love for helping infants with breastfeeding difficulties and strives to get babies as happy and comfortable as possible. She treats infants, toddlers, teenagers, moms, and dads with gentle chiropractic adjustments. Her goal is to help families become the healthiest they can and empower them by providing resources and advice on diet/nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle changes.
Dr. Kaileigh was born and raised in Dodge City, Kansas and always loved being around children and did a lot of babysitting while growing up. She also loved anatomy and was fascinated by the human body. While experiencing an elbow and knee injury while playing softball, she discovered the power of chiropractic care. From that point forward, she pursued becoming a chiropractor and was exposed to the variety of problems chiropractic can help with, especially those in infants and children. Dr. Kaileigh graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in December of 2012. She now lives in the Wichita area with her husband, Josh, and two children, Hayes and Harper.
Dr. Kaileigh is excited to provide gentle chiropractic care to the families in Wichita and surrounding areas.
Meet Dr. Megan R. Sullivan, D.C.
Dr. Megan Sullivan grew up in Dodge City, Kansas. She graduated from Dodge City High School in 2004. After high school, Dr. Sullivan went on to play volleyball and basketball at Seward County Community College and in 2006 she graduated with an Associate’s of Science degree. In 2008, she graduated from Ottawa University, where she achieved her Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology. Dr. Sullivan continued her education at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City and in August of 2014 she earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree and has been a licensed chiropractor in the state of Kansas since the fall of 2014.
Dr. Sullivan has studied and has been trained in Graston, SOT, Flexion/Distraction, Leander, and Thompson Drop techniques. She has also taken a variety of extended education courses, including Activator, FAKTR taping, and part of the ICPA certification program, in which she acquired her certification in Webster Technique. Dr. Sullivan’s extensive training allows her to thoroughly treat a variety of patients -- newborn to elderly, moms and dads, athletes, and all other hard-working individuals are welcome. Dr. Sullivan values being genuinely honest with her patients about their needs and doing her best to show that she cares about them as individuals. She is excited to provide chiropractic care to patients who are seeking to feel better and have a healthier lifestyle.
Dr. Sullivan’s philosophy includes loving her patients and acknowledging the importance she has as a doctor to help her patients achieve optimal health by removing interference from the nervous system and restoring the body to its proper function. She believes physical, chemical, and emotional stressors can interfere with the flow of the nervous system and can hinder the body’s ability to express health and well-being. Gentle and specific adjustments help clear and balance the neuro-musculo-spinal system, which allows open communication between the brain and the body. When free of interference, the body is able to recover and express proper function.
“I, too, am learning every day. If there is anything about chiropractic, pregnancy, pediatrics, nutrition, fitness, or exercise, sports, and recovery you are seeking more information about, feel free to ask and I will answer to the best of my ability. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, you can expect me to be an enthusiastic, high-energy, and professional clinician. I will remain focused on healthcare through spinal function and its relationship to the nervous system by utilizing adjusting techniques and soft tissue therapy along with diet, exercise, and positive lifestyle education.”