Dr. Spracklin is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Chemistry. After playing college baseball for two years, Dr. Spracklin graduated from UNK in 3 ½ years.
After graduation, Dr. Spracklin attended National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. During his time at National University, he was active in student government and served as the student body President. While at National, Andrew was involved with administrative decisions that affected students on an on-going basis. Dr. Spracklin’s clinical internship was completed at the Lombard Whole Health Center in Lombard, IL, as well as a rotation at the Salvation Army Clinic, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic in the inner city of Chicago.
Andrew was awarded the prestigious Joseph Janse Outstanding Graduate Award at graduation. The award is given to the graduate who it was determined “Gave the most in return to National University” and “Demonstrated the most promise for the future.”
His wife, Kristina is a nurse at Heartland Surgery Center. They are members of the First United Methodist Church in Kearney and love spending time with their son, Colin. You can often find them on the golf course, chasing Colin around or just hanging out with friends and family.