Dr. Brandon Hatch graduated from University of Western States located in Portland, Oregon in 2003. He began practice in the state of Oregon that same year. Dr. Hatch is originally from Park City, Utah and grew up watching and learning from his father who is also a chiropractor. He has been married to his wonderful wife Amy for 23 years and they have three sons together. In addition to learning and studying different chiropractic techniques and philosophies, Dr. Hatch enjoys playing sports with his sons, snow skiing, hiking, fishing/camping, golfing, and most recently playing pickleball.
Dr. Hatch holds several post-graduate certifications. Among them are a post-graduate certification in Brain and Whiplash Traumatology from the Spinal Research Institute of San Diego as well as advanced certification in chiropractic techniques ranging from Kennedy Spinal Decompression Technique to the Pro-Adjuster and Activator techniques. He is a Certified Medical Examiner for the Federal Department of Transportation and has performed thousands of Sports, Commercial Drivers License, and Pilot flight physicals. Dr. Hatch has also served as an adjunct faculty member for Palmer West Chiropractic College and his alma-mater the University of Western States in the capacity of a supervising clinician overseeing chiropractic interns in their residency.
After living and practicing in the Northwest for the last 25 years, Dr. Hatch and his family relocated to the St. George area to enjoy the beautiful weather, the endless outdoor recreation opportunities, and the wonderful people here. He is proud to be a part of the Healthology team of doctors and practitioners and looks forward to helping patients realize their body’s self-healing capabilities through the art and practice of Chiropractic.