Chase Faldmo, DC
Dr. Chase Faldmo was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, and graduated from J.J. Pearce High School. He attended Brigham Young University, and served a two-year mission in a Spanish-speaking church in Mesa, Arizona. He then graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Education. In 2018, Dr. Faldmo graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Parker University.
Healed from Life-Threatening Illness
While in high school, Dr. Faldmo suffered a life-threatening illness. He became a patient of Dr. Tennant’s and gives him credit for saving his life. Dr. Faldmo has practiced Dr. Tennant’s protocol and healing principles since he was seventeen.
Dr. Faldmo’s passion and interest in toxicology combined with Dr. Tennant’s theories of voltage and healing have brought about new techniques in detoxifying patients, a critical part of the healing formula used at the Tennant Institute. Under the mentorship of Drs. Jerry Tennant and Max Collins, Dr. Faldmo learned how to recognize the impact of low voltage and toxins on the healing process.
In his practice, he treats body systems using techniques with scalar energy, frequencies, soft tissue and lymphatic work, traditional manipulation, as well as low-force chiropractic therapies using SOT and Activator. Dr. Faldmo has also trained in Restorative Breathing Techniques with Lois Laynee on increasing the brain’s oxygen levels.
Dr. Faldmo’s interests include spending time with his wife and daughters and watching and playing football and basketball. He has a passion for politics and served as a County Delegate in Salt Lake City, Utah.