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Why Us?

Premier Health Clinic provides injury care and rehabilitation, rotational athlete performance, and health and fitness training programs. Our care and programs are designed to make you feel better and make you stronger.

Our Mission Statement

Premier Health Clinic strives to positively impact the health of the community by promoting self-empowerment in people through education and by creating an environment in which we all continually learn, grow, and heal.



Dr. Kylar McCann

Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)

Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)

Dr. Kylar has always had an excitement towards sports and movement; she grew up playing outdoors, participating in athletics through her undergraduate studies, and began diving deeper into human movement efficiency, performance, and weight training during graduate school. 


She first went to a chiropractor in elementary after hurting her neck while racing her sister to the car before swimming lessons and falling in the dewy grass. After her experiences with the chiropractor, both as a patient and seeing her family get cared for, she decided that her goal was to become a chiropractor. 

As she attended her graduate school in Overland Park, KS, she started to see the gaps in healthcare that occurred in those with neuromusculoskeletal conditions. Many people did not know where to go when they had pain/injuries, what their options were, and what their experiences may be after receiving care. There was also a gap between rehab and performance, where athletes would meet the minimum standards to return to play, but would quickly get re-injured. 

Dr. Kylar is passionate about filling these gaps in healthcare and helping people feel empowered as they traverse their journey through injury, pain, and performance. 

She is excited to meet you and guide you in the direction that will best fit your needs!

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Dr. Dakota Vaughn

Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)

Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)

Dakota was born in Wichita, KS and grew up in a small town outside of Wichita called Clearwater. Here he quickly excelled in football, baseball, and competitive weightlifting. He was having shoulder problems his sophomore baseball season and couldn’t throw a baseball across the diamond without having severe pain. Dakota visited multiple providers, including orthopedic specialists and physical therapists. This led to an unresolved problem after an MRI, cortisone injection, and numerous physical therapy visits. On top of that, Dakota broke his hand diving back to first, which led him wearing a cast. During a chiropractic visit, he brought his shoulder issue up with his provider, who was trained in manual therapy interventions, including myofascial release. He performed this technique on his shoulder, along with manipulation to the spine. Finally, after months of being in pain, Dakota could throw pain free again. 


Dakota's own frustration with pain mentally, physically, and emotionally essentially created the path of helping people through manual medicine, determined to bring the same standard of care he once received, to others. Dakota went on to play collegiate baseball at Tabor college, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He then went on to chiropractic school and completed his doctorate in 2019. After school, Dakota worked as an associate chiropractor in Columbia, Missouri where he had the opportunity to work with collegiate and high school athletes. 


Dakota and Kylar have come together to create a method of treatment that is robust in evidence-based interventions, to fill a gap that they believe exist in conservative care.