Dr. Brock Falconer, DC, FIAMA
Dr. Falconer was raised in Denver, Colorado and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida before attending Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. He graduated in 1997 from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. In addition, Dr. Falconer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Anatomy and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Falconer has practiced in Louisiana, Florida, Missouri and most recently in Vincennes, Indiana. He has significant experience working with disc injuries, auto and sports related injuries, and acupuncture. He also has a particular interest in scoliosis treatment and has had patients come from as far as England, Italy and Honduras for his unique approach to scoliosis management. Today, after many years in practice, Dr. Falconer continues to pursue clinical excellence through seminars, professional development courses and keeping up to date on current research/best practices.
Dr. Falconer lives in Evansville with his kids Nora, Colin, and Morgan. In his spare time, he enjoys (endures?) training for half marathons, swimming, and playing tennis. His kids keep him busy with swim class, gymnastics, music class, sports etc. Dr. Falconer and family worship at Centenary United Methodist Church.
Megan Higgins, Office Manager
Megan is the Office Manager for Dr. Falconer helping out with Insurance, scheduling, answering incoming calls, running our social media sites, updating the website, and some patient care. Originally from Missouri, She is Mom & chauffeur to two adorable, active boys and one beautiful, charismatic bonus daughter and to a furry beagle mix named Aria. When not working, Megan loves to spend time with her boyfriend, get outside, BBQ and relax on the lake with friends and family. She holds an Associate of Applied Science in Healthcare Support and two certificates in Outpatient Medical Billing and Coding and Medical Office Administration and is currently working on attaining her teaching licensure in Secondary Science.