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Dr. Amanda Gottschalk grew up in a small town located in Northern Michigan. She began experiencing migraine headaches at a young age, and for many years received no relief from traditional, medical treatment. She sought help from a chiropractic physician in her later high school years which significantly reduced her symptoms. It was then that she decided she wanted to pursue a career in Chiropractic.
She attended Michigan State University where she studied Anatomy and Physiology. Dr. Gottschalk then continued her education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. During her time at Palmer College she participated in a clinic abroad program located in India. As an international chiropractic intern, she treated over 200 patients in a school and a hospital who do not normally get the chance for chiropractic care. Dr. Gottschalk's favorite part of her experience in India was being able to help a wide range of ages, physical abilities, and conditions.
Four months before graduating from Chiropractic school, Dr. Gottschalk married her high school sweetheart and honeymooned on Pensacola Beach. They loved the area so much that two days after she graduated, they moved to these beautiful beaches. Dr. Gottschalk's goal is to provide whole body wellness to this community. She has experience treating patients of all ages; her youngest patient was less than five minutes old, and her oldest patient was 104 years old. Along with a variety of different chiropractic techniques, she utilizes Graston (soft tissue technique), kinesiology tape, and exercise/rehabilitation therapy.