MEET THE TEAM
PASSIONATE INDIVIDUALS WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE
Our mission is to provide our patients with the knowledge to understand their own spine and the resources to be able to change it's shape and structure for long term relief, improved health, and improved quality of life.
Dr. Kyle Ruehle
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
As one of the top chiropractic students in his class, graduating with honors, Dr. Ruehle utilizes a specialized approach to the chiropractic profession called Chiropractic Biophysics. With his education from Palmer College of Chiropractic, his training and interning with renown extremity expert, Dr. Mitch Mally, and his certification in the Chiropractic Biophysics technique, Dr. Ruehle works to remodel the spine of his patients to relieve their pain, discomfort, and many illnesses brought on by abnormal spinal alignment. The result is a research proven, greater, longer lasting relief of pain. Dr. Ruehle will customize a unique treatment plan for each patient, determined by the individual’s spinal abnormality, to reduce/eliminate their pain and improve their overall health and wellbeing.
The Advanced Spine Health Center team, along-side of Dr. Ruehle, will help thousands of patients realign their spine to restore proper nerve and blood flow and regain the bodies natural health and functioning.
Eddy Gonzales moved to Des Moines with his girlfriend and 2 year old daughter from Lubbock, Texas. He has taken 4 years of a nursing program and wants to explore every medical opportunity. When he moved to Des Moines to have a better life opportunity, he met Dr. Kyle Ruehle, who gave him this great job opportunity. Eddy works to learn and understand Chiropractic to one day go to school, in hopes of a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree or another degree helping patients. Eddy strives to not only provide great work attitude, but to also engage patients and make them feel welcome. In his free time, he likes to ride his skateboard through the city, listen to music or spend time with his family.