Eric Smith DC

Eric Smith DC

Dr. Eric Smith owns and operates Fit For Life Transformations, an online and virtual coaching platform to serve anyone in the world with weight, fitness, and body composition. It has always been Dr. Smith’s vision to help as many people as he can in the more efficient way possible through the passions he has much experience in. Those experiences include chiropractic care, adjusting, nutrition, establishing successful life habits, coaching, management, and creating health and wellness. Being a competitive bodybuilder, Dr. Smith has had firsthand experience on how properly taking care of your spine, joints, nutrition, and mental health can change a person’s body.

Doctorate of Chiropractic, Logan University

Certification in Exercise Nutrition, Precision Nutrition

Certification in Internal Health and Diagnosis, Loomis Institute

Bachelor of Life Sciences. Logan University

  • Effective Spinal Decompression at Home for a Healthy Back and Spine

    Effective Spinal Decompression at Home for a Healthy Back and Spine

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  • Can You Lay on Your Stomach on an Inversion Table?

    Can you lay on your stomach on an inversion table

    Are you wrestling with relentless back pain and wondering, “Can you lay on your stomach on an inversion table?” Let’s clarify that for you. While inversion tables are a game-changer for many, incorrect use can spell trouble. Stick around, and we’ll guide you through the safe steps to flip the script on your back woes…

  • Inversion Table for Spinal Stenosis – Can It Help Relieve Symptoms?

    inversion table for spinal stenosis

    Studies indicate that spinal stenosis currently affects more than 200,000 adults in the United States, potentially increasing by 2025 to include 64 million older adults (1). Though surgery may be the right solution for some people suffering from spinal stenosis, there are other methods to consider when trying to alleviate your symptoms. Read on to…