Whether you want to reduce pain or improve function, I am here to help.

I help women prepare their bodies for their birthing day and I help women return to their athletic activities and prevent injuries after their birthing day. I help new parents reduce upper back and neck aches that are common occurrences after caring for their new baby 24/7.

I help people recover from motor vehicle accidents with healing, therapeutic care that morphs into more active, preventative care as they shift out of the acute phase of healing.

I help working adults who are in physically demanding jobs reduce their constant stiffness and tenderness and prevent exacerbation of symptoms.

Your body is meant to carry you through your life, doing all the things, caring for all the people with minimal or no pain. Let’s keep it that way.

Hello, I’m Dr. Beck.

My story began more than a decade ago in Menominee, Michigan when I decided to teach yoga and mindfulness to help people get stronger, healthier, and overcome physical limitations. Since then, I started and managed a yoga studio, facilitated group yoga classes, yoga retreats, and multiple yoga teacher training sessions. I taught yoga at businesses, schools, jails, and domestic violence shelters. My passion for helping people eventually led me to pursue a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and a Masters Degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine (est. 2023) from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon.

I’m committed to service, authenticity, presence. I’m here to turn pain into function. I’m here to turn stiffness into flexibility, to turn knots into strength, to turn anxiety into grace, to remove adhesions, stickiness and regain smooth mobility. I’m here to be useful.

I was in medical school for 4 years in order to compete my Doctor of Chiropractic degree. (And I’m still in school for my Master’s degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.) The majority of my post-graduate medical education has been spent learning about the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems and other systems in the body. I was taught to diagnose and treat patients and, as a primary contact doctor (meaning you do not always need to receive a referral to see a Chiropractic physician), to differentiate emergent conditions that may walk through my doors. We treat with massage therapy, active care, physical therapy modalities, and something unique to our profession: manipulation.

Over the years, the chiropractic profession has shifted from a belief-based system to an evidence-informed, science-driven system. As our profession continues to shift toward employing well-researched and evidence-informed methods within our practice, we will continue to do better work for the good of each patient.

Don’t get me wrong: I am all about mindfulness, affirmations, working through negative beliefs, energy work, visualizing, praying, meditating, devotions, sacred practices and traditions. And if you want all that – and more – as a supplement to your treatment, you’ve come to the right place.