To provide the highest level of care, incorporating the most effective chiropractic examinations and treatments, so that our patients receive long-lasting relief as quickly as possible.
Brian D. Reilly, D.C., M.S., is the founder of Family Care Chiropractic Center. He earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA in 1982, and Master of Science Degree from Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL in 2003, with a specific study in biomechanical trauma. Since 1996, Dr. Reilly has been chosen yearly among the Best Chiropractors by the Hot Springs Sentinel Record Reader’s Choice. The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals avers him an expert chiropractic physician. Dr. Reilly currently serves on the Arkansas Chiropractic Physician Association executive board, is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Palmer College of Chiropractic President’s Club and is a founding member of the PCC Old Boys Rugby Club. He is the past chairman of the Garland County Chapter of the American Red Cross and the former coach of the Hot Springs High School Lady Trojan’s soccer team. Dr. Reilly remains active in the Spa Pacers (Hot Springs’ running club), First United Methodist Church and numerous community and professional organizations.
Lisa M. Reilly, co-founder of Family Care Chiropractic Center, manages the operations of FCCC and is trained in nutrition and exercise. She holds an Associate of Science from Garland County Community College. She is a former Runner of the Year with the Arkansas Grand Prix and recipient of the Road Runners Club of America 2004 National Volunteer Award. As a past President of the Spa Pacer’s Running Club, and past director of the Mountain Valley 10K State Championship, Lisa still maintains an active relationship with the Spa Pacers, and participates in races with her grown children as destination vacations.
Dana Grenman, D.C. and Matthew Nickerson, D.C., are the newest additions to FCCC.
Dr. Grenman was raised in Hot Springs and graduated with honors from Hot Springs High School in 2003. After much encouragement from Dr. Reilly, Dr. Grenman attended and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California, in 2017. She was nominated by her peers for the Student Fellowship Award and received the Outstanding Tutor Award from Palmer’s Student Services. She was spent the past few years in Northern California as the Director of Clinical Operations and practicing at a multi-disciplinary clinic, simultaneously teaching Ethics and Diagnostics at Palmer West. She specializes in tailbone pain, pelvic pain and imbalance, low back pain, headaches, perinatal care, and pediatrics. She is a member of the International Chiropractic Association of Pediatrics and the Women’s Chiropractic Association of America. She has additional certification in Webster Technique, Manipulation Under Anesthesia, Sacro-occipital Technique, Reiki, and Chinese Medicine. Dr. Nickerson and Dr. Grenman met at Palmer-West while volunteering at Homefirst Homeless Shelter and were married in August 2019 on a beach in Seaside, California. They share a passion for travel, dance, volunteering, art, eclectic food, and chiropractic.
Dr. Nickerson is a 2019 graduate of Palmer West. He is a multifacted provider who specializes in soft tissue release, fascial distortion, and spinal stenosis. While at Palmer, Nickerson developed a love for serving at-risk youth and persons facing homelessness, volunteering with city and county services weekly. He has a distinct knack for helping patients with nutritional education and exercise counseling as a way to bring about whole-body balance. Dr. Nickerson hails from Northern California and has an athletic background in football, rugby, and competitive powerlifting. He has competed in SPF in both geared and raw divisions.