Posted on 06-20-2017
All About Beth!
Position: Front Desk / Chiropractic Assistant
Hometown: Suttons Bay, MI
My Family: I have a beautiful daughter named Kamryn, two golden retrievers, Copper and Paisley, a cat named Cat, and a horse named Leo.
Hobbies and Interests: First and foremost, being a mother to my daughter is the best part about my life. I love to be outside, (except in the winter, you can find me under my blankie). I’m a mermaid at heart - I can’t live without the water, I’m a great lakes girl! Paddle boarding is my favorite water activity. Then there’s that country girl side of me that rocks at fishing, shooting my bow and arrow, and outdoing the boys in sports. Photography is a big hobby of mine - I take way too many pictures. I love to hike Pyramid Point with my little girl - that’s our go-to activity in the summer. If you haven’t watched the sunset up there, you haven’t lived. DO IT!
Something most people don’t know about me is:
I LOVE animals. My dream is to one day have a farm with horses, chickens, sheep and of course my dogs! Traveling to Ireland is on my bucket list too.
Your favorite thing about working at Grand Traverse Family Chiropractic:
Duh, Dr. Rob is the best! But also, establishing relationships with our patients. You’re all wonderful, beautiful souls.
Most memorable patient story:
It’s hard to pick one! But, I keep going back to our patient who suffered from severe migraines two out of every three days since 1991. After seeking care with Dr. Rob this year, he is now migraine free. I also think the Webster technique, which helps pregnant patients with breech babies, is pretty amazing. To think a simple adjustment can align the pelvis and let babies turn head down and be ready for birth is really cool. It’s amazing what chiropractic care can do!
For more information about Grand Traverse Family Chiropractic, please visit them on the web at www.grandtraversefamilychiro.com and “like” their Facebook page www.facebook.com/grandtraversefamilychiro.
Jessica Roush said:
I didn't know any of that! Thank you for sharing.