Dr. Logan Hunter was born and raised in Kalispell, Montana. He spent many summers exploring the beauty of Glacier National Park and the winters skiing in Whitefish. Health and fitness have always been important elements of his life. This led to his decision to study Health and Human Performance, specifically exercise science at the University of Montana. Upon completion of his bachelor’s degree he then went to the renown Sherman College of Chiropractic in South Carolina. Here he learned how to identify and correct vertebral subluxations (misalignments in the bones of the spine which put pressure on nerves and limit their function). The rigorous program included: taking and reading x-ray films, how to analyze the structures of the spine by feeling and motioning them, along with identifying the contributing muscles, as well as examining a person’s posture and gait. These elements come together when Dr. Hunter is analyzing a patient before adjusting them. After graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic; Logan and his wife decided to move to Bozeman to bring health and wellness to the community through chiropractic.
Dr. Kristen Hunter is from Great Falls Montana. She went to a rural school in the small town of Power. Her deep love for science led her to apply to pharmacy school at the University of Montana. The doctors met in college while volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House. They both share an instilled passion for service and helping people. After graduating with her Pharm D; Dr. Kristen worked as a clinical pharmacist at a large hospital outside of Charlotte, North Carolina as Logan attended Sherman College. The pair made the decision to move to Bozeman to be able to give back and serve the people of Montana.