Monica Johnson-Null, CRNP
Monica Johnson-Null CRNP is a 2016 graduate of Widener University with her MSN degree as a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has a strong Orthopedic background most recently working for Penn State Health on the Orthopedic team seeing patients of all ages requiring attention for their musculoskeletal conditions.
She was also an OR nurse prior to becoming a nurse practitioner. Prior to Penn State Health, she worked in a family practice providing care for many individuals and families in Berks and Lancaster Counties.
Monica was a competitive swimmer growing up and swam for the Reading YMCA as well as West Chester University in which she graduated with a BS degree in Heath and Physical Education in 1993 before going on to receive her MA degree in Outdoor Education from the University of Northern Colorado in 1996. She had been active in the community teaching women outdoor adventure activities in Colorado through REI outreach programs.
After meeting her husband James in Colorado, who is also a nurse, she decided to go back to school to get her nursing degree from Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in 2009. Monica and James have 16 year old twin boys, Bryce and Colyn, and they all enjoy outdoor activities such as snowboarding, camping, traveling, and triathlons. Monica is a two-time Ironman triathlon finisher and has been competing in triathlons for 11 years. She contributes her chiropractic care from Dr. Jason and Dr. Sarah to her being able to continue to enjoy her athletic endeavors with little to no pain. She also enjoys playing ice hockey with a women’s team out of Lancaster. Monica and her family live in Adamstown, PA with their two dogs Luna and Max.
Monica is very excited to join Core Health Chiropractic to promote health and wellness across the lifespan. Monica is passionate about creating lasting relationships with her patients, providing them with the education and tools needed to optimize their health. Her focus is on preventing illness, supporting the body’s natural ability to heal, and building individualized care plans that fit the unique needs of her patients.