Amplus Family Chiropractic
adjective | am•plus
Latin – nominative, singular, masculineAmplus means abundance. At Amplus Family Chiropractic we believe that life and health are abundant. We are committed to helping you and your family achieve a life of abundant health, happiness, performance, and longevity by removing nervous system interference and allowing your body to function optimally.
Dr. Michelle Coats
I knew from a young age I wanted to help people. When I was 13 my mother passed away from cancer, and because of the suffering I had witnessed, I decided that helping people with their health was the difference I wanted to make in the world. It began my quest for a career in the healthcare field. Chiropractic found me when a childhood neighbor and friend, who became a chiropractor, stopped me and explained that the body has the potential to heal itself if the nervous system is optimally functioning and that a chiropractic adjustment is able to remove interference in the nervous system. It perfectly aligned with what I was searching for, and I knew that I had found my calling.
I grew up in the small town of Portland, Indiana. I graduated from Butler University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. I then completed my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at the most prestigious chiropractic school in the world, Life University, in Marietta, Georgia. Following my love for pregnancy and children, I am certified in the Webster Technique and am also pursuing my fellowship in pediatrics with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). I also have training in Self Mastery and The Quickening work of Dr. Suzan Rossi, a fellow chiropractor and nationally recognized expert in the Alternative Healing fields.
In addition to chiropractic, I love to read and learn new things. I have been an avid swimmer since the age of five and have recently found an interest in yoga and exploring the great outdoors.
Dr. Adam Coats
As a teenager and throughout high school, I suffered from migraines almost daily, just like so many others in the world. I took over the counter medications daily, with little to no help or relief. I never understood why I would take so many medications, and still get so many migraines until I understood chiropractic and how the body actually works. All the drugs I had taken over the years never helped my body function better, whereas chiropractic did.
I have always been focused on growth, learning, and expressing my full potential. Through education and regular chiropractic adjustments, I realized that chiropractic care was the most effective way for me to reduce my migraines, and more importantly, reach my full potential. I’ve also realized over the years that helping others express their full potential is my calling in life.
I was born and raised in Portland, Indiana. I grew up being active and playing baseball, basketball, football, and golf. I graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. I then completed my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at the most prominent chiropractic school in the world, Life University, in Marietta, Georgia. I am certified in the Webster Technique for pregnancy care, and I am currently pursuing my fellowship in pediatric chiropractic from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Outside of chiropractic, I love hiking and exploring the great outdoors with my wife, Dr. Michelle, especially here in the Salt Lake City area and throughout the beautiful state of Utah. I am also an avid reader, constantly reading books on personal development and helping others. Some of my favorites include; Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek, Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl, and anything written by Tim Ferriss.