Edgar T. Vesce, D.C.
"Chiropractic Became a Huge Influence In My Life..."
My first exposure to chiropractic care was experienced at a very young age due to an athletic injury and very quickly became a major influence in my life. I was 8 years old and the quarterback of my pee-wee football team, the Pine Bush Dolphins.
During practice one Saturday morning, my offensive team was scrimmaging the defensive team. While taking a snap from the center, the football was fumbled and as I attempted to recover the ball a defensive lineman lunged for it as well and our helmets collided. I heard several popping sounds in my neck and felt severe pain instantly!
My father was attending practice as always and immediately took me to Dr. LaRosa’s office, the Chiropractor he had been treating with for years. After a few weeks of consistent treatment with neck adjustments, physical therapy, and exercise rehabilitation I had full range of motion and no pain! That first experience with Chiropractic care left a very big impression on me, and led me down the road in deciding to become a Chiropractic Physician.
My Chiropractic Journey
After high school I attended Anderson University completing the pre-med program and doing my internship in a Chiropractic office. During my successful internship I was guided by Dr. Frank to attend Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. During my studies, I also attended many weekend seminars and symposiums with experienced practicing Doctors, advancing my knowledge and expertise outside of the classroom.
In 2005, I graduated earning my Doctorate of Chiropractic, after already receiving two Bachelor Degrees (one in Human Biology and the second in Physical Education). I continue to closely keep my finger on the pulse of the Chiropractic profession and the most recent advances in the health care field by attending several seminars annually.
Using the latest state of the art diagnostic tools and treatment equipment my goal is to get the best results as fast as possible. My unique approach to treating you is based on evaluating your specific condition by locating subluxations, or misalignments, and correcting them to improve your quality of life.
William Levi Beasley
Dr. William Levi Beasley is a native of Douglas, Georgia. He attended Valdosta State University where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology. After graduation, he began his career in cardiac rehabilitation and witnessed the positive natural effects diet and exercise have on the human body. With his desire to influence more people, Dr. Beasley decided to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida. There he graduated Salutatorian of his class, earned the Academic Excellence award, and the prestigious Dr. James Buerkle Award presented to the graduating doctor who most exemplifies the virtues of compassion, strong leadership, commitment to service, and passion for the chiropractic profession. While at Palmer, Dr. Beasley took many extra classes to further his learning and expertise in many different chiropractic techniques to ensure his ability to treat a wide variety of complaints with the technique that best fits each patient.
Dr. Beasley is an avid outdoorsman, and during his free time enjoys going to the beach and spending time with his girlfriend and his boykin spaniel, Rio.
Dr. Beasley is looking forward to sharing his compassion for chiropractic care with others and is excited to serve his community.