Dr. Cindy Perkins discovered chiropractic when a track injury during high school left her in pain and unable to perform. The recovery, through chiropractic treatment, inspired her to help others in their pursuit of natural health care. Dr. Perkins believes that not only spinal, but total-body health and wellness is important to function at optimum levels. As we are all different, Dr. Perkins believes it is vitally important to customize the treatment for each individual using a variety of techniques.

Since becoming a mother, Dr. Cindy has also been able to witness first-hand the beneficial effects of chiropractic care for children. Not only does she enjoy treating children of all ages, but she has a special interest in the treatment of pregnant women and helping to educate them on the ways in which chiropractic care can benefit them through all stages of pregnancy, labor, and delivery.

Special Interests

Education and Professional Memberships

Dr. Perkins completed undergraduate coursework at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa as well as Minnesota State University-Mankato before attaining her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology at Northwestern Health Sciences University. She completed her doctoral degree at Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington, Minnesota. She furthered her post-graduate studies with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix-Tampa and an Acupuncture Certification from the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Perkins has also completed the coursework and received Advanced Certification in Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology with the Spine Research Institute of San Diego. She also currently teaches health care administration courses in the bachelor’s degree program at The University of Phoenix. She is an active member of the Carrollwood Area Business Association, Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce, Carrollwood Professionals Network, and HER Way of Networking. Dr. Cindy has served as the chiropractor for the sports medicine team at the 2011 Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk in St. Petersburg and has been involved with the Carrollwood Relay For Life by serving on the Executive Planning Committee for both 2011 and 2012 and as a team captain for the Back In Health team in 2010-2012..