At the Osteopathic Center we promote health through the treatment of the whole body while understanding the interconnection of all body systems and the effect of each on the other. Just like your health, our practice works by the interaction of many different specialists and practitioners, working as a team to offer you the best possible service.
Meet the key players behind the Osteopathic Center
Dr. Kristopher Goddard has always believed in the employment of multiple modalities to achieve optimal health. Taking cues from his upbringing in Tennessee and with an inherent exposure to natural health, he made it a life goal to establish a comprehensive practice of medical care working across a variety of channels to empower his patients to overcome disease and reach their health goals.
Lindsey Hale is a family nurse practitioner in Knoxville, Tennessee who specializes in regenerative medicine. She is Board Certified by the American Association of nurse practitioners. Lindsey began her nursing career in 2012 at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. In 2017, she started working as a nurse practitioner with Dr. Kristopher Goddard at the Osteopathic Center.
Dr McCauley is a nationally renown OB/GYN surgeon with over 35 years experience. He has an extensive work history which has focused on reconstructive female anatomy and Hormone Replacement Therapy. A developing interest in Regenerative Medicine has allowed him the association with The Osteopathic Center to be further involved in this facet of Women’s Health Care.
Iryna is multi-disciplined and can wear many hats. When she is not working on creative projects to help The Osteopathic Center to get better media coverage, you can find her connecting with patients. Iryna has a Master’s in Finance and she can speak to you in Ukrainian, Russian, English, Polish and maybe Spanish
Chris was in the Air Force for over 8 years as an Independent Duty Medical Technician where he specialized in Emergency Medicine. He is now a full time student pursuing a nursing degree at the University of Tennessee. Chris also teaches medical courses such as CPR, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.