Brent Mayer grew up in Clinton and graduated from Clearfield High before serving an LDS mission in St. Louis, Missouri. This is where he was first exposed to chiropractic and began experiencing the many benefits that come from living a healthy lifestyle and having an optimized nervous system through chiropractic care.
Having discovered his passion was in chiropractic, Brent began his under-graduate studies at Utah Valley University and Weber State University earning his Bachelor of Science degree. He then attended Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon and graduated in 2000. Brent has had the privilege of working with and learning from many great chiropractors. Understanding that every patient is different, he has learned how to cater his adjustments according to personal needs and preferences.
Brent now resides in Syracuse with his wife and 3 boys. They all enjoy the outdoors and try to go hiking and camping every chance they get. He is excited to be working for NOWChiro and enjoys helping as many people as possible reach their true health potential.
Doctor of Chiropractic
DR. BRENT MAYER
Cory Bingham grew up in Hunstville Utah and graduated from Weber High School. He later received an Associate Degree from Weber State and then a Bachelor’s Degree from Utah State University, after serving an LDS mission in Spain. He always wanted to help people in the health care field and was drawn to a natural, hands-on approach which led him to the field of chiropractic.
He received his Doctorate from New York Chiropractic College in 2009. While there, he had the opportunity to work rotations in the VA clinics in the area and mentor younger students in the outpatient clinic in Rochester NY, where he also received the Distinguished Service Award. During his time in New York he developed an interest in nutrition and earned his Master’s Degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition from NYCC.
Cory looks to the whole body for health. Not only making sure the spine is in alignment to ensure the nervous system is working at its best, but also making sure the body is functioning at its best. Joint alignment, muscle balance and a functional nervous system are all important for optimal health. His passion is to help move everyone he works with closer to their health goals so they may reach their full potential.
He has also gone on to study further techniques and methods to care for kids and pregnant moms and is certified in the Webster Protocol, a technique for balancing the pelvis for optimal pregnancy and delivery. He enjoys working with kids and has trained with the Epic Pediatrics program to gain further insights to help children as young as newborns, on up through their teenage years, to ensure optimal growth and development. Healthy kids are happy kids and that makes happy families.
Cory lives in Bountiful with his wife and two energetic boys. They enjoy time outside hiking , camping and rock climbing in the summer and sledding in the winter. He is excited to be serving the patients at NowChiro and looks forward to improving the health of our community by using his moto, “Healthy by Action, Not by Accident”.
Doctor of Chiropractic
DR. CORY BINGHAM
Dr. Jon George, D.C. graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in Port Orange, Florida. While earning his doctorate, he also served the community at a Behavioral Health Outreach Clinic while also participating in a Sports Council there. Prior to receiving his D.C., he earned his Bachelors in 2008 at CSU Stanislaus in California, his Masters in 2014 at Fort Hays State University in Kansas, and also obtained degrees in Physical Education and Kinesiology.
The biomechanics of the human body has always been a point of fascination with Dr. George. He has applied his knowledge in this area through personal training of teens, on up to collegiate athletes, and now, being able to evaluate his patients to ensure they receive the proper care they need, brings him a great amount of satisfaction.
In Dr. George’s opinion, the best thing about being in the chiropractic field is being able to serve the public by helping individuals obtain the health they seek affordably. “Before going to Chiropractic college, I was a patient at a cash-based chiropractic office, and just being able to see the number of people that were able to receive care without ‘breaking the bank’ helped me realize that I could also give this same standard of care, not only to athletes, but to a variety of the population without pushing them outside of their budgets. Health and wellness care shouldn’t put people into debt.”
Dr. Jon was raised in Santa Maria, California, where he realized his love of surfing, running, long-boarding, and playing the guitar. Since moving to Utah, he also enjoys hiking and exploring the trails of the Wasatch Mountains with his wife Caitlin, and their new baby Jesse.