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Scott C. White - Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. White is a life-long resident of Rexburg, graduating from Madison High School and Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho).  He and his lovely wife, Christina, have four wonderful kids, along with a host of adorable pets.  They love southeast Idaho and all the wonderful people in this area.  They enjoy the outdoors with activites like: hiking, four-wheeling, camping, fishing, hunting, white-water rafting and kayaking.  The family loves to be active, by participatin in a wide variety of sports, dance, gymnastics, and multiple musical instruments.  Their main priority is the family and Dr. White specializes in treatment for all, including pediatrics and maternal chiropratic care.

Dr. White's loves is sports medicine.  He has been a team trainer for the Madison Bobcats for seven years, including being an actual boys basketball coach for the last five years.  Athletes from all over the valley have been treated and rehabilitated by Dr. White, including several from the collegiate and professional level.  Dr. White is certified in Graston Technique, an aggressive soft-tissue technique that has been recently used by Olympians, including Michael Phelps.

The #1 goal of our office is to assist you in the full recovery from any condition/injury/pain, so you may be able to enjoy life the way it was meant to be enjoyed--at its fullest!

Ryan M. Nye - Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Ryan Nye grew up in Rexburg, Idaho and graduated from Madison High School. He served a mission for the LDS Church in Brazil before returning and graduating from BYU-Idaho(Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science). He met his wife, Diana, at BYU-Idaho and they had their first child here before heading off to Portland.  Dr. Nye graduated from The University of Western States earning a second Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Biology, a Master’s of Science in Exercise and Sports Science, and a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Dr. Nye and his wife have 2 children. They have returned to Idaho to be around those they love and raise their own family in this wonderful community. They love outdoor activities including white water rafting, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, hunting, fishing, and camping. They also enjoy basketball, baseball, football, and golf.

During his educational pursuits and training, he had opportunities to treat many different types of conditions ranging from your everyday low back pain, chronic headaches, pediatric care, maternity care, MMA and tri-athlete injuries. He also worked in the training room at the largest high school in Oregon treating its athletes for their various baseball, football, volleyball, and soccer injuries. Dr. Nye uses diversified technique, K-Tape, instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, and other soft tissue techniques to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "We wanted to say thank you for the excellent service our son received with his ankle injury. Dr. Roderick accommodated us immediately when we called seeking advice. He was able to use his cold laser and ultrasound treatment that sped up the normal healing time. Connor had sprained his ankle two times prior to this last injury that had taken over a couple of weeks to heal. He sprained his ankle a third time in a basketball game on Saturday and was able to perform in a game the next Friday without incident. We appreciate all that Dr. Roderick has done for our son."
    Greg & Tiffnie S. | Rexburg, ID
  • "I don't have insurance and they worked with me for affordable visits. The office is clean, bright and friendly. I am very pleased with my treatment and recovery! Just a couple of weeks of therapy using the Graston Technique and I am impressed. Highly recommend them!"
    Chauntel A. | Rexburg, ID

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