About Lighthouse Chiropractic
Lighthouse is the Fort Collins chiropractor with the full family in mind. From birth through all those grey hairs, we provide chiropractic care to not only help manage and reduce pain but also prevent it from starting in the first place.
Dr. Ed received his undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Food Science from Colorado State University and his Doctor of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. He has a passion for nutrition, sparked by a strong realization years ago that what he put into his body affected who he was.
Dr. Jocelyn received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Neuroscience from University of Colorado and her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. Her desire for chiropractic came from finding relief from chronic migraine headaches.
As a family first chiropractic clinic, we assist our patients in countless ares including:
- Pain relief after car accidents
- Chronic back, neck, and joint pain
- Migraine headaches
- Muscle soreness
- Child ear infections
- Correction of baby positioning during pregnancy
- Carpal Tunnel symptoms
Dr. Ed Osgood and his wife, Ja'Nae, have made Lighthouse a vehicle for not only serving their patients, but the community as well. They have been married for over a decade, contributed a great deal in their church, and developed a business that positively affects a large circle in our Northern Colorado community.
At Lighthouse Chiropractic, our core values include giving and service. Through the organizations and events below, we are able to inspire the community to live healthier and team up with like-minded individuals.
Lighthouse Chiropractic is a proud business member of Realities for Children, a local non-profit organization that helps meet the needs of abused children and at-risk youth in Larimer County. Realities for Children raises over $1 million annually and disperses it amongst 18 local at- risk youth agencies and programs. Their four-fold mission is to promote community awareness and education, provide sponsorships to children's agencies, create special youth opportunities, and allocate emergency funding and support. Realities for Children is unique because it relies on its business members to underwrite the administration so that 100% of donations made go to children in need. Many of the children that Realities for Children helps are children that would have otherwise slipped through the cracks due to lack of funding for government programs or insufficient funding for other non-profits.
Lighthouse Chiropractic joins Realities for Children in their mission in a number of ways, involving our patients as well. This fall we encouraged our patients to bring in school supplies, and together we collected several boxes full of supplies to donate to Realities for Children. From there Realities allowed underprivileged families to come and get what they needed for their children to have a successful school year. Also, Dr. Ed Osgood and the Lighthouse Chiropractic staff participate in as many Realities for Children fundraising events as possible and promotes these events to our patients as well. For example, we volunteered at a golf tournament fundraiser, and participated in this summer’s Super Stars Sports Challenge which raised money for Realities affiliate, Partners Mentoring Youth. Lighthouse Chiropractic believes in the value of a having a healthy community and supporting those who are less fortunate, and that is why we partner with Realities for Children. For more information about the many ways Realities for Children impacts the community in Larimer County or to donate, please click the link above.
The Matthews House is an organization that offers support to at-risk youth ages 16-21 that lack family support in their lives. The mission of the Matthews House is to transition these youth into adulthood by offering them support and resources. Their mission is to focus on helping these youth find safe and affordable housing, physical and mental health, finding employment, education, and interpersonal skills.
Lighthouse Chiropractic fully supports the Matthews House mission, and has been involved with numerous activities. We have been a sponser for the Hoopla for Hope, Wild West Relay, and the Cultivate Hope event. In the past, we have also held patient appreciation days at our clinic where patients have donated to the Matthews House as their fee for an adjustment. The Matthews House is a great organization that continues to need volunteers and donations to help support their cause. Click on the above link to see how you can also help support the Matthews House!