Dr. Thomas Gudaitis, D.C.
Dr. Thomas Gudaitis is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. While attending he was a member of the sports council where he was introduced to the effectiveness of chiropractic treatments on all different types of athletes. Dr. Guidaitis is originally from Niles, Ohio. He earned his undergraduate degree in Pre-Medical Sciences at Youngstown State University.
Dr. Gudaitis was the team chiropractor to the Mahoning Valley Thunder Pro Arena Football team. During that time, he was hands-on with the athletes, suffering from a range of sports injuries, in sports rehabilitation and strength/flexibility performance revitalization programs. He is proud to have treated a variety of professional, college, and high school athletes to ensure their readiness and increased performance on game day. He looks forward to helping more great athletes achieve their goals.
Dr. Gudaitis is also currently on the Educational Advisory Board at Fortis College in Ravenna, Ohio where he aides the school board in determining the classes and schedules for incoming students.
Latonya Shoulders, NP-C
Latonya Shoulders is an Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, who is board-certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. In 2003 after graduating from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science degree, Latonya decided to aim her career towards her passion for nursing. To do so, she obtained her Master’s of Science in Nursing degree with a focus on community health and later in 2015 a Post-Master’s Certificate in Advanced Practical Nursing.
Throughout her career, she has worked in various acute care settings and has enjoyed providing holistic care to every client she has met. Acute care settings have included medical-surgical, OR and critical care units. In addition to working in a hospital setting, she also has experience in community nursing, hospice care, and nursing education.
Latonya has a passion for community-focused care and the importance of promoting healthy lifestyles by delivering education among individuals within the community. She enjoys participating in healthy activities, like running and excising regularly. As a healthcare professional, she believes in “practicing what I teach.”