Dr. James C. Warner was born in 1952 in Heidelberg, Germany, the son of an American soldier and a German mother. His father, a life long Rockford resident, brought the young family to Rockford, where young Dr. Warner grew up and attended Rockford Public Schools, and graduated from Rockford West in 1970.
In sixth grade the future chiropractor seriously began to exercise and learn more about health. Eventually being a high school wrestling champion, Dr. Warner injured himself and went for chiropractic care. “From that visit until now, all I ever wanted to do was to be a Chiropractor,” says Dr. Warner.
After graduating from Rock Valley College, Dr. Warner attended and graduated from National Chiropractic College in Lombard, Illinois. He has received post-graduate education at Palmer Chiropractic College and other institutions in many areas, including acupuncture, x-ray, orthopedics, applied kinesiology, and the Activator Method (attaining the highest practitioner rating). He has also attended and participated in over 30 Parker Chiropractic seminars around the country, and also in Canada and in the Netherlands. Dr. Warner wants to stay current in all areas of healthcare.
Six months after graduating from chiropractic college, Dr. Warner married Janet. Janet has worked often in the practice and in 1996 began working in the insurance department. They have four married children and seven grandchildren.
The Warner’s place a high priority on serving God. All are active in the church. Serving God, being active members of Faith Center Church, Dr. and Mrs.Warner are also active in the Gideon Ministry, placing Bibles in hotels and motels, hospitals and clinics, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, jails, colleges, and sidewalk distributions throughout Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. In addition, Dr.Warner has served in Bogata and Cali, Colombia, as well as Indonesia.
Dr. Warner has other interests, that include exercise, golf, and guitar. Dr. Warner is a busy doctor and devoted husband and father, and is also often “on the run.” But, he is never too busy to stop and help one more patient get out of pain and regain health. “I love people, I love Rockford, and I love Chiropractic!”
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