The Face Of Conway
Dr. Amanda Bledsoe
Many people have said that there is something special about talking to someone who has been through the challenge that you’re facing at that moment. Dr. Amanda Bledsoe was diagnosed with scoliosis at 14-years-old but did not see a chiropractor until she was 18. The treatment she received was life-changing. This is the kind of empathy and connection that Bledsoe seeks to bring to every patient at Bledsoe Chiropractic Clinic.
“I missed out on critical years of chiropractic care between 14 and 18 years old. I want to help others, who are afraid like I was, experience just how amazing chiropractic can be,” Bledsoe.
In 2017, after working 11 years in a local clinic, Bledsoe took a leap of faith and opened her own clinic in Conway, which now features a large team of doctors, assistants and massage therapists. In the first two years of being open for business, Bledsoe Chiropractic was voted best chiropractor in Faulkner County.
However, Faulkner County is home to more than just her business — it’s where she’s lived for 14 years. Bledsoe is a member of the Conway Chamber of Commerce and serves as president of her local Business Networking International chapter. She is involved with a variety of local charities including Deliver Hope, Bethlehem House and many schools, sports teams and organizations that help others.
Bledsoe’s heart for service and passion for helping are the driving forces of Bledsoe Chiropractic, where she strives each day to provide the kind of care that reminds people just how strong their bodies are.
“I love seeing people’s faces after a few visits when they experience relief and the hope that they don’t have to live in pain, they aren’t just getting old and they can do what they want to do — grandkids, golf or gardening — at any age,” Bledsoe says.
While all her patients are special to her, she especially enjoys working with those who are in their later years of life, because they embody her whole mission — there are better days ahead.
“My favorite generation of patients is in their 80-90’s. They are not giving up on life; they’re active and want to stay that way. I love that,” says Bledsoe.