Dr. Kate Antoniotti
I was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. My parents are British, both hail from a small town outside of Manchester, England. We moved to the UK, and then the US when I was young; and managed to live in four states before settling in Hudson, Ohio – where I attended high school.
Although we moved a lot, the one constant in my life was soccer. I loved the game, and I was fortunate enough to be selected as an All-American in high school. I then accepted a scholarship to Miami University to continue playing for their varsity women’s soccer team.
I have always been interested in health, fitness, and human potential. After going through my own personal health struggles in college, I became passionate about holistic and preventative healthcare. This led me to pursue a B.Sc. degree in Exercise Science & Kinesiology- with the ultimate goal of becoming a Chiropractor.
After graduating from Miami University, I moved to St. Louis, Missouri to attend Logan College of Chiropractic, where I earned my D.C. degree. While at Logan, I did additional studies in nutrition, pediatrics, and women’s health. It was during my four years in St. Louis, where I also discovered my love for yoga, and eventually became a yoga teacher (200-RYT).
Intertwined within my college and chiropractic school experience is my love story with Dr. Steve. We are considered “Miami Mergers” as we both attended Miami University. We always dreamed of practicing together, and we are thrilled to be able to live our dream here in Kalamazoo.
Dr. Steve and I welcomed our son, Leo, to the world in March 2016. Becoming a mom has been a defining moment in my life, both personally and professionally.
With my background in chiropractic, yoga, nutrition, pediatrics and women’s health – I have focused my practice to specifically address the needs of Moms. I deeply care about the health and wellbeing of our children, and I strongly believe that we need healthy Moms in order to have healthy kids.
By directing my focus on pregnancy chiropractic care, post-partum wellness, and pediatric chiropractic – I am hopeful that I am doing my small part in improving the health of our community.
When I am not in the office, I enjoy being home with my family. You can also find me: teaching yoga and functional movement classes for local Mamas, taking Leo on walks, and finding my own space/time to exercise! I am a student of life, and I love attending seminars and workshops on topics related to my work, as well as anything in the scope of personal development and performance.