Dr. A. Corinne Xidos
Dr. Xidos graduated Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2002. She also has a Bachelor’s in Biochemistry from Memorial University of Newfoundland. She uses a combination of techniques called Palmer package which includes manual adjustments – Gonstead and Diversified as well as Thompson Drop, and Activator. She works a lot with pregnant moms and is Webster certified. Dr. Xidos has implemented aspects of the Pettibon system which focuses on making changes to the biomechanical structure of the spine and restoring curves. She is also proficient in Cranial work utililizing the Blye method.
Dr. Xidos originally intended to go to medical school, but then due to her own lower back problems discovered chiropractic in her early twenties. She has an older brother who is an ER doctor and he suggested that she consider chiropractic, being an advocate for chiropractic care himself. With his support and encouragement she took a year to research her options and realized that chiropractic was the best choice for her. She applied to the best school for chiropractic, Palmer College in Iowa, and was accepted with a scholarship.
Originally from Newfoundland, Canada, being one of a rare breed of Greek Newfies, Dr. Xidos fell in love with the Northwest while doing a preceptorship in Bothell, WA and has remained ever since. She worked in Bellevue for three years where she had the unique experience of working in a clinic with an attached birthing center and worked with many pregnant women. She ventured out on her own at Atlas Chiropractic Health Center in the diverse neighborhood of Capitol Hill in June of 2005.
In her off time, Dr. Xidos is very active. She enjoys a wide variety of activities including hiking, crossfit, hot yoga, snowboarding, surfing, martial arts, and circus aerials. She is most often found hiking a steep summit within a few hour drive of Seattle with her furry companion Jett. She loves to travel and explore other countries, and has goals of climbing Kilimanjaro and to base camp of Everest. Dr. Xidos believes that you can only lead by example, so by living a life filled with exercise, healthy eating, proper supplementation, regular chiropractic care and a daily regime of rehabilitative exercise and stretching, she can influence her patients to change their own lifestyles accordingly.