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Dr. Goss’s collegiate education began at Missouri College, a small trade school located in St. Louis. In 2005, Dr. Goss graduated with a diploma in Massage Therapy with a GPA of 4.0. Not finding the curriculum to be challenging enough, Dr.  Goss enrolled at Logan College of Chiropractic. In 2009, Dr.  Goss received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, and in 2011, received a Doctor of Chiropractic.  Dr. Goss is currently a member of the Missouri State Chiropractic Association.

As a student, Dr. Goss was an active member of the Student American Chiropractic Association, student member of the Missouri State Chiropractic Association, and the Motion Palpation Institute Club. Upon graduation, she was awarded various awards including: Dean’s List, Division of Research’s Award of Excellence and the Senior Intern Assistant Award. 
While at Logan, she took as many technique courses as allowed so she could have the best ‘toolbox’ to help patients. Dr. Goss’s core techniques are Diversified, Flexion/Distraction and Thompson Drop. It is this arsenal of knowledge that allows her to naturally care for a wide variety of ailments from which patients suffer. Some of these ailments include: shoulder pain, migraine headaches, neck pain, back pain, and numbness/tingling to name a few.
Dr. Goss grew up and still resides in Pacific, Missouri. She has been married to her husband and high school sweetheart, Andrew Bruns, since 2009. They do not currently have any children but have 3 wonderful nieces, 3 cats, and 1 rabbit. Dr. Goss looks forward to serving the Union  community for many years to come… even if it means having to put away her purple and white for red and black.

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  • "Just 3 sessions with Dr. Goss accomplished what 5 weeks of physical therapy couldn't--finally a treatment that worked for my neck pain! I've been doing so much better. I've continued to see her for maintenance and the occasional urgently needed adjustment. I've been able to get appointments that work with my schedule and have been able to get in the same day when I need to. I've also been amazed by how quickly I am seen when I'm there for treatment--the longest wait I ever had there was 5 minutes to be seen (and that only happened once in the 2 years I've been going there). Usually, I am seen immediately. I highly recommend Complete Chiropractic of Union!"
    Cindy L. Union, MO

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