In 2005, Dr. Sweet left the South and moved to Chino Valley. In 2007, she opened Next Level Chiropractic. The practice has seen many changes over its span as Dr. Sweet continues to study and learn new methods, combining sports medicine, chiropractic, restorative nutrition and energy work. (It's quite a toolbox!) Her growth as a doctor is reflected in the happiness of her patients who are not just feeling better, but who are also growing and expanding their personal health knowledge through Dr. Sweet's teachings. Patients are finally able to take control of their health by natural, safe means with chiropractic, nutrition, purification and personal awareness. Dr. Sweet believes in serving her patients to whatever extent they want to utilize her services. She welcomes her few-times-a-year pain management patients as joyfully as those regular faces seeking levels of optimum health, weight management and medication reduction. Dr. Sweet resides in Chino with her kitty, Zoey. She enjoys studying, attending seminars, playing outside, driving her super fun 2007 Pontiac Solstice, watching football and racing, going to the gym, and spending time with her wonderful friends who have helped her make Arizona "home."

Meet the Doc

Dr. Jennifer Sweetgraduated from the University of Florida in 1993 with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. She studied under some of the best Certified Athletic Trainers in the nation and completed her internship with the 1993 Virginia Tech Hokies Football team.  Following graduation, she obtained her national certification (ATC) and practiced sports medicine at Franklin County High School in Virginia for four years. In 1998, she left Virginia to pursue her chiropractic education at Life University (a Palmer-based school) in Atlanta. While in chiropractic school, she continued to serve as an athletic trainer for Tucker High School Football and the NAIA Champion Life Univ Men's basketball team. In Chino, she had the privilege of volunteering with CVHS football and wrestling for a few years as a DC, ATC. Dr. Sweet has been a guest lecturer for the Arizona Athletic Trainers Association, speaking to her fellow ATC's about sports chiropractic. She maintained this prestigious NATA certification with yearly sports medicine continuing education until 2014, when she was able to retire her certification, and now she uses the designation AT-R.