Meet the Doctors
Katherine (Farrell) Covault, D.C., B.S, Webster Certified
Dr. Covault is a 2007 graduate of St. Lawrence University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and minored in Sports Studies and Exercise Science. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in November 2010. Dr. Covault moved to Ohio with Dr. Covault and their dog Eloise from her snowy hometown of Ogdensburg, N.Y.
Growing up, Dr. Covault had a number of chiropractic experiences that led to her to pursue chiropractic as a career path. At a young age she remembers accompanying her father, who had two herniated discs in his neck, to his chiropractic appointments. Shortly after, she began receiving consistent chiropractic treatments for asthma and various athletic injuries sustained throughout high school and college athletics.
A week before her high school graduation she was involved in a horrible car accident. Dr. Covault had very limited cervical movement (range of motion), but after one chiropractic visit, her full range of motion was restored. This experience, coupled with her previous, led her to find a career that she knew she would love waking up and doing every day.
Dr. Covault believes it’s important to address nutrition, supplementation, and rehabilitative exercises with chiropractic care. She is also experienced in creating chiropractic treatment plans to include the care and coordination of traditional medicine. Her previous experience includes working in a small, family chiropractic practice and working in a large multidisciplinary family practice alongside Medical Doctors and Doctors of Osteopathy.
She is certified in the Webster Technique, a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment that reduces interference to the nervous system and balances maternal pelvic muscles and ligaments. This reduces torsion in the uterus, a cause of intra-uterine constrain of the baby and allows for optimal fetal positioning in preparation for birth.
Dr. Covault looks forward to helping her patients in the manner that her doctors have helped her.