DR. M. Curtis Hobson DC, CME
Dr. Curtis Hobson, is a second generation Chiropractor, born and raised in St. George. He completed his 4 year undergraduate education at Dixie State University and SUU, graduating Cum Laude from DSU and again graduating Cum Laude with a degree in Chiropractics from Southern California University of Health Sciences.
Education is very important to Dr Hobson and the way he functions in practice. After moving to Southern Utah he taught in the biological sciences departments at SUU and DSU for 8 years.
Dr. Hobson carries additional certifications as a Certified Health Coach, and as a Certified Medical Examiner for the DOT, he is M1 certified in Graston and has studied under some the of the top soft tissue experts in the USA. Dr. Hobson has lectured professionally on nutrition and for 4 years served as the Official Chiropractor for SUU athletics, also as the official Chiropractor for the MMA club in Cedar City, he's worked with professional cycling, volleyball, football, gymnastics, soccer, track and dance. He has successfully treated a wide variety of sports, muscle, nerve, and joint injuries. Oct 2020 Dr. Hobson was voted best chiropractor in Iron County.
Dr. Hobson believes that an important aspect of treatment is to create balance: emotionally, mentally and physically.
Dr. Hobson is happy to serve Southern Utah.
As far back as I can remember, I experienced headaches that would last 2-3 days and a few times a month. My parents would take me to the doctor many times and was given many prescriptions. Finally, at age 19, I saw my first chiropractor. The pain went away with one adjustment! Now, when a headache arises, an adjustment takes care of it. The doctor told me that there must have been some type of trauma when I was young. I inquired my parents. It turns out, I was in my mother's arms at 2 years old when we were in a head-on collision with a dump truck. (there were no child restraint laws back then) It had to be this accident. The experience with the chiropractor sparked my interest to the point that I went back to school and eventually graduated from, at the time, Parker College of Chiropractic in 1996.
I was born at Yale-New Haven Hospital and lived in a suburb of Bridgeport, Connecticut, until I was 5. My parents then moved to Bozrah, Connecticut, which has the distinction of being the only town in the world named such. The local high school was Norwich Free Academy where I graduated from in 1984. I attended Brigham Young University where I first majored in English and minored in Greek and Roman Mythology. That changed when, at 25, I decided to go to chiropractic school and then had to get caught up on the science courses.
I married a wonderful girl, Christine, and have 6 wonderful children.
I currently teach at Dixie State University as adjunct faculty in a gross anatomy lab setting. Students range from pre-nursing to pre-med. One of my nerdy dreams is to get a math degree and I am currently taking upper calculus and math courses on my way there.
My name is Mykalee Topham. I have a lot of interests for sure; writing, reading, hiking, Massage & Footzoning, being a forever student, and spending time with family and friends. I love to see results, listen to stories, learn, and inspire and teach others to take responsibility for their health and life. That's why I enjoy being a Massage Therapist.
I have been doing licensed massage for about two years, but I have been in the world of massage my whole life. I am lucky to have parents that love to do massage and have taught me what they’ve learned. I have found that the most common style people ask from me is a combination of Swedish Massage and Trigger Point Therapy, however, I have learned to do many other modalities as well.