Having suffered a car accident as a young adult, Dr. Rozana opted for holistic health options instead of surgery and long term pain medications for her own rehabilitation. “In hindsight, I was spared a potential opioid addiction”, she says. Statistics show that Americans have a greater chance of dying from an opioid overdose than from a car accident! That experience determined her purpose and intention to help others get well and stay well through natural therapies. She does so through adjustments, stretching, exercise, nutrition, herbs and acupuncture. Chiropractic physicians are trained to provide primary care services. We are able to check a patient’s body systems, like eyes, ears, abdomen and provide conservative therapies as a first option and refer for medically necessary treatments should they be warranted. “My purpose is to be the healthcare manager in my patient’s lives. Helping them determine the best way to blend traditional and alternative healthcare to live their best life.” Dr. Rozana has been a Brevard county resident since 1987. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UCF and her doctor of chiropractic from the esteemed Palmer College of Chiropractic.