Dr. Amber Ball was born and raised in Port St Lucie, Fl and calls herself a true “Florida Girl”. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University and her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the esteemed Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL where she currently resides. In addition to her chiropractic license, Dr. Ball also holds a personal trainer certification. The health of the *entire* body is her passion and she shares it with each of her patients through chiropractic adjustments and personalized exercises.
Dr. Ball is a member of the Florida Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Association, and the American Black Chiropractic Association. She is active in the Daytona Beach and Port Orange community through various service projects. In her free time she enjoys going to the beach with her children, traveling, and playing the piano.
Dr. Stacy Hudock Proscia (D.C.): As a single mother of two, she knows how to handle difficult situations. She began by supporting her own efforts to achieve goals towards a higher education. First, at Excelsior University (Albany, NY), she attained her Bachelor of Science degree, then, at Life University West (Hayward, CA) her Doctorate degree. Since then, she has had more than 20 years of experience using holistic based practices to improve patients’ health and wellbeing. Acoustic compression therapy, kinesio taping, spinal decompression, and a wide variety of other therapies are at her disposal in order to help her patients work towards their better selves. As a member of the Florida Chiropractic Association, Dr. Hudock exemplifies qualities of leadership to her staff and compassion for treating her patients.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, life has changed for many, but Dr. Hudock’s goals remain the same. Her passion for helping people reach their healthy self has never been greater, as this past year has highlighted how important it is for the individual to be accountable on their journey to health. Dr. Hudock makes that accountability easier. Considering data from public health officials, she recognizes that being overweight is antithetical to a person’s ability to maintain a healthy immune system. Putting focus on important vitamins, minerals, healthy forms of diet and exercise in her individualized programs will take some of the work out of working out.