About Dr. Dublin J. Hart

Dr. Hart completed her undergraduate studies at Colorado State University, earning a Bachelors of Science degree in Biological Sciences. She earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles in 1990. She is a licensed chiropractor in the state of Nevada.

Dr. Hart began her training in Directional Non-Force Technique® (D.N.F.T. ®) while a student at Cleveland Chiropractic College. She has made D.N.F.T.® the focus of her practice.

D.N.F.T. ® is the original low-force method of chiropractic developed by Dr. Richard Van Rumpt. It is a gentle method, using just a few ounces of force to achieve specific correction. The method involves absolutely no movement of the body other than the individual segment out of alignment causing nerve interference. A precise analysis determines what will be corrected.

Dr. Hart treats patients of all ages and utilizes nutritional strategies to maximize her patient's health status.

Dr. Hart is an accomplished equestrian breeder, trainer and endurance rider. She is a certified FEI judge in Endurance and has coached the Pacific South Endurance Team at the Pan American Endurance Championships.

She has been a resident of northwestern Nevada for over 30 years, attending Carson Valley Middle School and Douglas High School. Dr. Hart currently lives in Smith Valley with her many dogs, cats, and horses.

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