Dr Scott Hourigan
Growing up on a farm in southwest ND and following my dad around, I knew at an early age that I wanted to be my own boss. So, when I was 15, I decided since I liked science, working with people and wanted to be self-employed; I was going to be a chiropractor. I went to Dickinson State University for undergraduate work and attended Palmer College of Chiropractic, the Fountainhead of Chiropractic. Palmer is where I specialized in chiropractic and also where I met my beautiful wife and partner, Dr. Dawn. We have four amazing children and enjoy being active outside with them.
I believe my purpose is to be a faithful optimistic leader who helps establish solid foundations of love, compassion, health and wellness. Doing this will enable me to promote healthy teams and families; and chiropractic is a great expression of who I am and what I love to do!
Like I tell our son often; we get to put smiles on people’s faces everyday.
Dr Dawn Hourigan
I am a small town girl with a big vision! I was raised in Hemingford, Nebraska and attended Chadron State College and completed my undergraduate and received a Bachelor’s in Human Biology. I went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic and graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2000.
Together with my husband, Dr. Scott we own a wonderful Gonstead Chiropractic practice. At All About Potential we love to see families. It is our priority to make sure everyone understands the importance of a fully functioning Nervous System. We also want our patients to enjoy life so with a little education, a little more compassion and a whole lot of love we help patients to reach their maximum potential.
Not only am I a wife and Chiropractor, but I am also a mother of four awesome children. We have a lot of fun and our family is definitely, our priority.
Dr Jesse Kimball
Born and raised in the river side rural area of Platte South Dakota, Jesse played high school sports and worked construction for his family’s business. Joining the National Guard at 17 he aimed for a college degree with the financial help the military could give him. He started his education at the University of South Dakota perusing a degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science.
Along the way he pioneered the pre-chiropractic coursework for the college and upon graduation began his journey toward being a Doctor of Chiropractic. While at work at the Fountainhead, he soon began to understand the great variance between types of chiropractic care. So, he pursued the most specific full spine system of analysis, the Gonstead system.
He continues to improve his skills along side his wife Dr. Marina.