Chiropractic has always been a constant in my life. Growing up, I would go to the chiropractor with my parents. I would fight with my siblings to be the first one on the table, the first one adjusted, and from a young age I knew that being adjusted made me feel better. If I was under the weather, my mom would make an appointment with Dr. Bill Beyers or Dr. Matt Beyers (my uncles). When I was in sports in Junior High and High school my body was under loads of stress, I would go and get adjusted and I would feel less stress and I would perform better.
The evidence that chiropractic was a good thing was so clear to me that when I was in the eighth grade I had made up my mind that I wanted to be a Chiropractor.So I set my sights on making the grades and taking college credit courses.
I graduated High school as Salutatorian and completed my undergraduate education at Lake Land Community College; studying physics, anatomy and physiology and organic chemistry. After receiving my associates degree in Science, I began attending Logan University College of Chiropractic. After my first year, I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Life Science, while simultaneously focusing on my chiropractic studies. I learned the in’s and out’s of evidence based Musculoskeletal care; how to manage a vast array of conditions, foremost back pain, neck pain, headaches and much more. During my 8th trimester, I obtained a certificate in Acupuncture. After completing my 10th trimester and my Clinical education at Montgomery Health Center, Fishel Chiropractic, and Beyers Chiropractic, I was awarded my Doctorate in Chiropractic for Logan University.
In my free time, I enjoy weight training for the purpose of building strength and health. This has its pitfalls and when I developed back pain after deadlifting and strained my hip flexor while squatting it was chiropractic care that got me back into the gym deadlifting and squatting pain free. I want no one to feel like an injury present or past should keep them from doing the things they love.
My mission is to optimize physical health, reduce pain, keep patients active and working, and to provide Chiropractic services that are educational, helpful, and fair.