Dr. Jennifer L. Franz has experienced Chiropractic her entire life. Being the daughter of a Chiropractor, she feels she has had an advantage growing up being rarely sick and mostly healthy her whole life. Dr. Jennifer didn't always fully appreciate her advantage until she experienced a severe auto accident in 1993. Her accident left her physically challenged for a long period of time. Through the medical route her progress was slim to none; their option was to leave her medicated and immobile. Being a young woman, this was not acceptable to Dr. Jennifer, and through intense Chiropractic and massage therapy she was able to return to school. The experience further enforced her already inborn belief in the power of the body to be healthy naturally, and her witness of the many miracles of Chiropractic and natural therapies.
Dr. Jennifer received her Bachelors of Science from Bloomfield College, Bloomfield NJ and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University, Marietta GA. Clinical hands-on experience at Life University begins much earlier than other Chiropractic schools, and Dr. Jennifer was able to see many patients at the Atlanta and Marietta clinics during two of her four years in school. She also has the advantage that Life University offers in the diversity of techniques taught including:
Dr. Jennifer has had the privilege to study personally with Dr. Suzan Rossi in Marietta GA and with her father Dr. Paul Franz in Gillette NJ. Upon completing her doctorate, Dr. Jennifer returned to New Jersey and began her own practice at Gillette Family Chiropractic Center three days a week. In addition to her steady practice in Gillette, she opened and operated The Vitality Center in Easton Pennsylvania from 2003-2011.
Dr. Jennifer loves her work and has a passion for Chiropractic and life. She has patients ranging from infants to 82 years young. Her intention is to guide them with Chiropractic care as well as proper nutrition, exercise, sleep, and a positive mental attitude. Dr. Jenniferís motto is to give, love, and serve as many people as possible.