Dr. Ida Abraham graduated from Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL with a B.A in Pre-med/Biology, and she earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. She trained extensively in various Chiropractic Techniques including Pettibon Postural Correction Technique, Chiropractic Extremity Techniques, Graston Technique, Gonstead Technique, Thompson Techniques and Activator Technique. Dr. Abraham returned to her hometown after Chiropractic College to serve her community. She uses a “whole person approach” with her patients. She combines hands-on-technique, state-of-the-art physiotherapy procedures, with natural vitamins and mineral supplements to promote health of her patients. She is also one of very few female Lakeland Chiropractors. Her propose is to help you accelerate and maintain your journey to good health.
Professional Memberships: Florida Chiropractic Association and Polk County Chiropractic Association, Secretory.
Personal information: She has a long history of achievements starting from her younger days to college; and now, her professional life. In her academia, she received numerous scholarships and awards. What sets Dr. Ida Abraham apart, in addition to her commitment to academia excellence and exceptional patient care, is her passion for medical missions. She has traveled internationally several times to countries such as Mexico and Bahamas on medical missions to serve. She has the ability to deliver quality patient care in variety of situations ranging from her own New Hope Chiropractic Center in Lakeland, FL to the outreach clinics in Daytona, FL. Dr. Ida Abraham is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham. She has two older brothers, James and Ashley. Her passion for health care started in her early years when see witnessed her oldest brother undergo and recover from four open skull surgery. She observed the body’s potential to heal and how health can be restored. Her interest in the design and functioning of the human body grew and while she was a student at South Eastern University, she started serving other by doing volunteer work. After earning her undergraduate degree, she took over a year off to do short term mission trips. In those trips, she realized health is not about medications, it is the person. She soon decided to become Chiropractic Physician to help deliver hands on quality care to improve the health of others.