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The "Why" Behind It All


While studying chiropractic at Life Chiropractic College West, I had my first child. My pregnancy and postpartum experience showed me that women deserve better - deserve better care, deserve better options, deserve better support during their transition into motherhood, regardless if it was their first, fifth, or tenth time having a baby.


 I have dedicated my career to learning as much as I can about pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and beyond. On the day your baby is born, you also are being born as a mother, and I strongly believe you deserve the best care and support during your motherhood journey. I am a Webster-certified chiropractor by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). Webster technique is a method of addressing neurobiomechanical dysfunction of the sacrum and pelvis of a mother during her pregnancy. This technique, coupled with full spine care, is used to bring more ease into a mother's body during her pregnancy, and improve her adaptability to her stressors. I have also earned my certification from the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP) from the ICPA in regards to pediatric, prenatal, and family chiropractic care. Advancing my knowledge is the best way I see how to support the growing families of Sprout Chiropractic!​


On a personal note, I first moved to Kalispell from Michigan back in 2014, and fell in love with the Flathead Valley. I met my husband here and we knew once I was finished with chiropractic school that we were moving back to Montana! We landed in Missoula first, where I worked as an associate chiropractor, before finally moving to Kalispell to be closer to our friends and family who live here. We have five kiddos, and love to be outside. Spending time at the lake, going for hikes, camping, and exploring the beauty around us is what we enjoy doing in our free time! I also enjoy a hot cup of coffee and reading a good book, working in my garden, doing yoga or going on walks, and experimenting in the kitchen.   

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