Dr. Nate Prentice was born and raised in Oklahoma. He studied Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and then completed his training at Logan University in St. Louis, MO where he graduated with a Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2019. An avid athlete and outdoorsman, Nathan is a nationally certified EMT and first responder. The fifth of six children, many of whom have careers in medicine, Dr. Nate was adamant about joining a team that values an interdisciplinary functional approach to medicine. After searching coast to coast for the very best place to plant and practice, Dr. Nate is excited to join the Thompson Healthcare & Sports Medicine team because of its outstanding reputation, multidisciplinary approach, and patient-centered techniques to maximize health and healing. In his free time, Dr. Nate enjoys travelling, working out, and participating in a variety of sports that include wake boarding, snow boarding, volleyball, and football.
Dr. Nathan Prentice hails from the Sooner state of Oklahoma. He comes from a large, family with six children, many of whom pursued careers in various medical fields. Playing competitive sports throughout school and having a dietitian as a mother taught Dr. Nathan to highly regard nutrition and sports medicine so he studied Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma. He also received national certification as an EMT. Dr. Nathan is most passionate about assisting and educating people on their journeys to obtain maximum health and fitness levels. Dr. Nathan attended Logan College or Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri where he participated in student government and leadership and received a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2019. During his time at Logan University, Dr. Nate was accepted into an internship program at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, as a part of the 375th Medical Group under Dr. Charles Portwood. Dr. Nathan worked alongside a variety of medical professionals in a multi-disciplinary setting, providing treatment for active duty military members from all branches of the military. In his spare time, Dr. Nathan likes to stay physically active by hitting the gym and participating in a variety of extreme sports, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.