Meet the Doctors

Dr. Day

Dr. Day graduated from Life Chiropractic College West with honors in 1994. He holds a license in 4 states, and has treated countless patients. He has been certified in disability ratings for many years, as well as performing peer review for many insurance companies.

Dr. Day’s experience in Chiropractic is vast. He has treated numerous auto accident victims, as well as many different types of workers compensation cases.

After many years as a chiropractor, Dr. Day remains enthusiastic and loves to meet, and treat, new patients. “This is the perfect career for me,” he states.

He has developed a reputation for being detailed, systematic and meticulous. These are traits required not only for patient care but for the many aspects that parallel patient care and treatment.

Dr. Day has, on many occasions, been an expert witness for auto accident victims, as well as a patient advocate for workers’ compensation patients. He has spent countless hours studying common and uncommon injuries relating to auto accidents. Dr. Day understands the importance of being current on the latest research, as it will have a direct impact on treatments, as well as the case as a whole.

Dr. Day’s mission is to provide patients with the best treatments available for their particular condition. He understands that you have a choice in your healthcare, and wants all his patients to feel that they made the right choice. His commitment is indisputable. He was the first to offer transportation to his patients in his previous location, whom had difficulty getting to his office due to pain limitations. This service expanded as Dr. Day realized that many patients who needed care sometimes had difficulty getting to the clinic. One Stop Injury Center is currently working with the Nevada department of transportation to offer this type of service here in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. He has volunteered his time and services to many local sports organizations, as well as the local Boys and Girls club.

Helping to create healthier lives, and to preserve the natural state of balance, is a rewarding life. “I absolutely love what I do, and love to help people in any way I can” states Dr. Day. “I am so excited to practice in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV, my wife and I absolutely love it here, and my daughter is a graduate from UNLV.”

The name he chose for the clinic “One Stop Injury Center” was meant to express how he feels about his job and his patients. “Our patients come before anything else, we are patient advocates and proud of it.”

Dr. Medina

Dr. Medina graduated from Parker University in Dallas, Texas with highest honors in 2020. He holds a license in the state of Nevada and has experience treating many different types of patients, including athletes and auto accidents.While in chiropractic school, Dr. Medina had the opportunity to work with athletes in the Sports Performance Program as well as work in multidisciplinary setting treating veterans at the North Texas VA Hospital. He was involved in multiple clubs and activities while in school and was also a tutor.

Dr. Medina was first introduced to chiropractic in high school when a low back injury sidelined him at the end of the football season. After many different forms of treatment, he tried chiropractic and found relief for his pain. With continued treatment he was able to continue to play until college. When his football career was over, he decided to change career paths and work towards becoming a chiropractor in order to help others in the same way.

“It was rewarding to be able to see how chiropractic can change someone’s life and how big of an improvement they can have in their quality of life. Originally from Colorado, Dr. Medina is brand new to the Las Vegas and Henderson, NV area and Nevada. “I have really enjoyed living here and working with such great people.”

Dr. Stirrup

Dr. Stirrup was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Growing up he always knew he would either follow in his parent’s footsteps by going into the medical field, like his mother who retired as a nurse from the VA hospital, or as a teacher like his father who retired from the Texas public school system as a high school English teacher. Little did he know he would eventually end up doing both. He initially decided to pursue psychiatry, and later on realized there had to be a more fulfilling career waiting for him. So, he earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in health, and then he commissioned into the United States Army as an Officer where he would serve 10 years working in logistics, while he patiently waited for the right career to catch his attention.

After returning from a deployment in Afghanistan, Dr. Stirrup recalled seeing the wounded soldiers on the side of the parade field as they greeted the returning soldiers. It was at that moment he knew he had to pursue a career in medicine that would help to rehabilitate people, and give them the best second chance at life.

After leaving active duty, Dr. Stirrup went into the Army Reserves and earned his personal training certification, completed his second bachelors degree in Exercise sports science, with a concentration in Physical therapy,  and followed by a third bachelors in Human Biology and eventually his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine.

In addition to Dr. Stirrup’s passion for treating patients, he also enjoys education. He teaches part time as an Anatomy and Physiology Professor at Nevada State University. When he is not treating patients and teaching students, Dr. Stirrup spends his free time training and competing in international bicycle races and occasional 5ks, spending time with family, friends, and his beautiful black lab Maddison, as well as finding various avenues to foster his creativity.

Although Dr. Stirrup started, and later pivoted, from his initial desire for psychiatric medicine, he still acknowledges the importance of the brain when treating patients and makes an effort to educate himself and others on the importance of mental health.