Meet the team of chiropractic doctors and professionals at our clinic.
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Erin Zovath
Dr. Erin Zovath graduated with a bachelor degree in Biomedical Science from the University of South Florida and continued on to receive her doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic. After graduating, she worked in Celebration, Florida, receiving advanced training from some of the largest health clinics in the country in spinal correction, nutrition, exercise and toxicity. Dr. Erin has adjusted patients of all ages, from just minutes old to 102 years of age! She truly understands the meaning of lifelong health and is deeply committed to helping each patient achieve it. She teaches a wide range of health workshops to groups ranging from large corporations to local businesses, churches, schools and other organizations. Dr. Erin was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin and moved to Bradenton, FL during high school. She has danced her entire life, competing nationally and professionally for the Tampa Bay Storm. She met her husband, Zach, while in high school and had their son, Jude, shortly before receiving her Doctorate Degree. Their passion to help others through the 5 Essentials of Maximized Living has grown even more since having their son. Because it is the first time in two centuries the current generation of children in America may have a shorter life expectancy than their parents, Dr. Erin and her husband Zach have made it their mission to change the way the community views and manages their health, both physically and mentally.
From Dr. Erin:
Growing up constantly sick, I was under the impression that was just normal for me and I’d have to accept it. I spent many years battling allergies, asthma, recurring strep infections and bronchitis, and even had immune compromised conditions in high school, including shingles and alopecia. Competing nationally in dance, it was difficult to get through the long practices and performances with trouble breathing. Asthma is usually something they say you grow out of, yet mine continued to escalate into college. While preparing for nationals, it got to the point that I was unable to get through a routine without having an asthma attack or uncontrollable coughing. I was put on steroids to try to control my asthma that made my already compromised immune system worse. It was a hopeless feeling to not have control of your health, especially at such a young age. I knew something wasn’t right, but my constant concern about why my health was deteriorating led to me being prescribed anxiety medication. I know this is going to sound strange, but pain was a blessing to me. I injured my hip during a dance rehearsal and thankfully was told to go see a chiropractor to get rid of my hip pain. I started getting adjusted and found out I had a reversed curve in my neck. With regular adjustments and applying the essentials of Maximized Living, I was able to regain my health, get off all my medications and allow my body to finally start functioning the way it is supposed to. I finally had hope and felt I had to share that with others. I decided to become a chiropractor so I could have the opportunity to empower and encourage others to regain their health, to reach their full potential in life, and not be held back by a diagnosis. My mission is to help every person I meet to fulfill the life they were called to and help to inspire people to live a life of health rather than sickness. The movement of Maximized Living is striving to change the way people view and manage their health through the delivery of 5 essentials of health. My husband and I are grateful to be in Jacksonville with our son, Jude, and look forward to helping every person and family we meet to achieve his or her highest potential of health.