Dr. Godard is happily married since 1988 to his wife Debbie. Together they have 7 wonderful children, one great son in-law, and two awesome grandsons to date. By raising a large family he understands the demands on a person’s time and income.

He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology, from which he gained an understanding of the body’s makeup and chemistry. While in college, he participated in football and rugby. He appreciates the challenges of school athletics and the rigors of studying. He taught Microbiology, Genetics, and Developmental Biology, at ASU East Campus for 5 years. He still likes to explain what is going on with the body to each of his patients.

Before going to chiropractic college, Dr. Godard was a laboratory technician here in Arizona, for 5 years. Some of his responsibilities were to analyze body fluids, coordinate reports, and explain report results to the lab clients (the doctors of Arizona, Utah, California, and New Mexico.) During those five years he also worked part-time at World’s Gym as a personal exercise trainer. With this past experience, Dr. Godard can evaluate lab results and give exercise advice.

Dr. Godard graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West, in San Jose, California, March of 1998, with his Clinical Doctorate, in Chiropractic. He moved to Gilbert, Arizona, and established his clinic August of 1998. He uses several chiropractic techniques he learned from prominent chiropractors throughout the years. The result is a very thorough exam and treatment for his patients for their whole body.

In the seven months I have been under Dr. Godard’s care, I have improved in health, (physical, mental, and attitude). Through exercise, diet change, adjustments, and education, I no longer have pain in my Achilles tendon, knees, neck and upper back. I am now working on the oldest war wounds in my lower back and am starting to see a decrease in pain and an improvement in mobility.
— T.E.