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White House, TN 37188 US

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Meet the Staff

  • Dr.
    Rick D. Clifford

    Dr. Clifford graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1994. He has been practicing chiropractic in White House since 1995. He has completed extra courses outside of chiropractic training in the treatment of fibromylgia/myofascial, scoliosis, chiropractic management of chronic pain disorders, and Websters in-utero constrant technique. Dr. Clifford received certification in acupuncture in 2010. In 2011, Dr. Clifford was trained in the Mei Zen technique of cosmetic acupuncture.


    In 2005, Dr. Clifford received his certificate to practice N.A.E.T., a revolutionary allergy treatment that will eliminate your allergy problems forever! Since then, he has had extensive training and has taken many advanced courses through N.A.E.T.

    • Advanced II E: Asthma, headaches, ear/nose/throat
    • 2005 - Advanced II F: Nutrition in NAET, substance abuse, addictions
    • 2006 - Advanced I: Eliminating combination allergies, complicated cases, emotional blockages
    • 2007 - Advanced II D: Infertility, thyroid imbalances<
    • 2007 - Advanced II J: Osteoporosis, insomnia, anti-aging
    • 2008 - Advanced II A: Autism, ADD/ADHD, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia
    • 2009 - Advanced II B: Immune system disorders, diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular
    • 2009 - Advanced II H: Cellular memory imbalances, interpersonal energetic imbalances
    • 2012 - Advanced II P: Immune modulation technique
    • 2012 - Advanced II Q: Immune system support
    • 2013 - Advanced II T: Inflammation
    • He also attended the N.A.E.T. symposiums in 2008, 2011, 2013 and 2014
  • Dr.
    Brittany McMillen

    Dr. Brittany McMillen was born and raised in Jackson, TN. She has been practicing Chiropractic since 2013. Initially starting her Chiropractic
    education in St. Louis, MO, at Logan College of Chiropractic, she attended there for about 3 years until she transferred to Life College of
    Chiropractic in Atlanta, GA, where she finished her degree. Dr. McMillen graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Life College in 2013. After
    practicing a short while in Marietta, GA, she moved to Nashville, TN, where she joined with Dr. Rick Clifford at All About Health in July of 2015.

    From a young age, Dr. McMillen always knew she wanted to be in the healthcare field. At age 12, Dr. McMillen encountered a whiplash injury to her neck from a go-kart accident. Chiropractic care was the only thing she experienced relief from and from then forward, she knew that was what she wanted to specialize in.

    She has completed extensive NAET training from Dr. Clifford and plans to complete her Acupuncture certification very soon. She is extremely excited to be here and feels truly lucky and blessed to have the wonderful privilege of joining our team!

  • Dr.
    Brent Fetzer

    Dr. Brent Fetzer was born and raised in Dickson, Tn. He graduated from Lipscomb University and then attended Logan College of Chiropractic where he graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He spent a year after graduating from Logan studying sports injuries and received his Chiropractic Sports Injuries Certification. He worked with local high schools and was selected to be one of the doctors at the 1993 World Cup Canoe and Kayak Championship and the 1994 U.S. Canoe and Kayak Championship.

    Dr. Fetzer got involved with allergy elimination work from many of his patients who complained of not getting well with a variety of health related conditions. He came to realize that most of these conditions were allergy or sensitivity related and a majority of conditions were related to food. When the patients went through the allergy elimination program the food sensitivities were eliminated and their condition resolved. His son had eczema from his first year to the age of 7. He was treated for food related sensitivities primarily dairy, wheat, and gluten. Also, Dr. Fetzer had eczema since he was a young child and his parents tried numerous medical treatments to help him. The treatments helped temporarily but the eczema would return. He successfully went through the allergy elimination program for eczema and it has been years with not experiencing eczema. There are many other success stories he has experienced with patients utilizing the allergy elimination program. He is excited about this work and getting to the cause of peoples health conditions. He looks forward to the opportunity to practice with the team at All About Health.

  • Desirea Senft
    CTA

    Desirea grew up in sunny southern California. After visiting Tennessee in 2002, she decided to make White House her new home. Desirea has been with our office since 2004.

    In 2010 she received her CTA license.

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  • "They are super friendly and knowledgeable, willing to address any questions or concerns. Additionally, they are flexible with insurance and do their best to make it work."
    - A.M. / White House, TN

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