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Kesley Rash

Kesley Rash, our chiropractic assistant, is a Human Physiology undergraduate, minoring in Global Health at the University of Iowa. Following graduation, her plans are to attend medical school with a focus towards orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. Along with her studies, she also currently holds a position as a group fitness instructor where she enjoys helping people achieve their fitness goals. The human body, muscles, bones, and the idea of reaching optimal health naturally have always intrigued her. She hopes to inspire and educate those who need that extra help on shaping their own dreams on reaching their full quality of life. Through her own experiences with sports related injuries, she understands the importance that chiropractic care plays.

Kesley grew up in the Waterloo area and is currently living in Iowa City as she attends the university. She has experienced studying art and photography abroad and venturing to many countries within Europe. She is excited to be working for Dr. Karim, as she is prepared to expand her knowledge and skills regarding the human body and natural health.

When Kesley is not immersed in her studies or working, she loves spending as much time as she can outdoors running around with her little cousin, nieces, and nephews, playing volleyball, or in the water paddle boarding and kayaking. When she’s not spending time outside or with her favorite tiny humans, she loves sitting down and relaxing with a good book and a warm cup of coffee.

Angela Bell

Angela is our office manager, chiropractic assistant, and insurance/billing specialist. She became interested in natural healing after her first pregnancy.

Jayce Dryden

Jayce Dryden is very proud to take on the role as our Practice Representative. Although Jayce would consider himself a ‘Social Butterfly’,

Dr. Mohamed Karim –Top Chiropractor in North Liberty
Dr. Mohamed Karim

Dr. Karim is originally from Coralville, Iowa. He attended West High School, graduating in 2003. Shortly after enrolling in his undergraduate studies in 2004