Dr Rex Huffer, D.C
Dr Huffer grew up in a small farm community, much like West Liberty. Some of his first jobs were helping a local farmer bale hay., working at a restaurant, and pumping gas at a local filling station. In a school system too small for football, he focused on a basketball and was fortunate enough to play in college as well.
Growing up with a Chiropractor father, and often hearing he and his colleagues talk of the wonders they’ve seen helping their patients, it sure seemed like a great way to make a living; helping others to feel better.
After 6 years of college and graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa in 1986, he came back home and joined his Dad’s practice. He has often said that’s when his education really started. His Dad wasn’t just a good Chiropractor, he was a great teacher as well. Being able to draw on all of his years of experience was invaluable to Dr Rex. After spending the next 3 years there he moved to California to study cranial manipulation. After a year of study, he moved back and continued to work with his father until his passing in 1996. In 1998, he moved his practice to West Liberty; a town he and his father had considered for a satellite office years before.
As a second generation Chiropractor, Dr Rex feels blessed to have been raised the knowledge of our bodies ability to self heal and regulate, and also blessed to know no other way of true healthcare.