Eric Fair

Born and raised in Newton, Kansas, Eric Fair, D.C. returned to his hometown after having graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2007.

After practicing chiropractic medicine for 5 years, Dr. Fair founded his own practice, Fair Chiropractic.

Dr. Fair’s vision for his practice has always been to provide his community with affordable, quality chiropractic care. With his years of experience and extensive knowledge of chiropractic medicine, Dr. Fair has been able to grow his practice and thus see his vision become a reality.

Dr. Fair has a special focus in the three stresses; Physical, Chemical and External. He believes that these are contributing factors to many of his patients discomfort and pain. Dr. Fair customizes his treatment plans with these factors in mind.

Physical stress

Many seemingly unrelated symptoms often arise from imbalances in the spinal column, leading to muscular imbalances, pressure on the nerves, difficulty with normal ranges in motion, which can lead to pain and discomfort or abnormal function of the different systems of the body. Dr. Fair will be able to determine the root of the pain and create a personalized chiropractic and wellness plan to suit each patient’s individual needs.

Chemical stress

Chemical stress is something that are constantly exposed to. The air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink are all filled with them. Over exposure to these chemicals can lead to liver problems, weight gain and sensitivities. By detoxifying the body we can help lessen the chemical stress on our body’s. Dr. Fair has many years of experience working with balancing body pH and detoxification and will be happy to see if detoxification would be helpful for you.

External stress

Our bodies are made to handle stress. We have many systems to help manage it. But when the stress of life becomes too much we can fall into a state of “adrenal fatigue” or worse yet “adrenal exhaustion”. If these times our bodies switch gears and begin to change the amount of different hormones produced. It is not uncommon for people to experience trouble sleeping and unwanted weight gain when in this situation. If left unattended adrenal fatigue can lead to detrimental health problems.


Damian Rowe, BSc, DC

Dr. Damian E. Rowe, BSc, DC graduated from Parker University in Dallas, Texas with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree as well as two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in Human Anatomy, the other in Health and Wellness. He previously obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art from Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Dr. Rowe is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is licensed by the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts as a Chiropractic Physician and Physiotherapist. Since he was crushed by a car as a five-year-old suffering a fractured skull not to mention other bodily injury, Dr. Rowe has lived with chronic back pain and spinal muscle tension. It was so debilitating by the time he was 27, a co-worker advised to seek chiropractic care. Unaware of its existence, he had previously sought conventional medical care as well as physical therapy. His initial visit was night and day for his functional ability to stand upright and the pain was significantly relieved. This convinced him to change professions from design engineering to Chiropractic Healthcare. Dr. Rowe continues to seek ongoing wellness care finding great relief from the staff at Fair Chiropractic. He also routinely adjusts his wife and children understanding that chiropractic wellness care is critical for a properly operating nervous system. Dr. Rowe has post-doctoral training in pediatric & pregnancy care from the International
Chiropractic Pediatric Association and most recently has embarked on continuing education in the nutritionally oriented field of Functional Medicine through the esteemed Institute for Functional Medicine, Kalish Institute and Kresser Institute. His personalized blend of techniques allows him to care for the whole body but takes pride in specializing in upper neck, upper back and rib driven dysfunction of the upper extremities. Dr. Rowe also takes pride in adjusting feet, ankles, knees, hips, hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. He especially enjoys taking care of young athletes as a former athlete himself actively playing soccer until just a few years ago. He has taught over 120 credit hours for multiple local colleges in the disciplines of
Microbiology, Cell Biology, Pathophysiology and Anatomy & Physiology. His dedication to health education has long been the foundation of both his academic and professional careers. Dr. Rowe’s passion is to support people to take responsibility for their wellness – and to help them to move towards vibrant health – physically, chemically and mentally.

When not educating the community on the benefits of chiropractic health care, Dr. Rowe enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.