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Dr. Gina Eilertson | Chiropractor
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Dr. Gina Eilertson has been practicing in the Rogue Valley since 2016. Her approach is focused on addressing the cause of dysfunction by addressing muscle imbalances, ergonomics, and each patient's individual needs. She attended Oregon State University and graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Sports Science with the Physical Therapy option. After graduation from OSU in 2012 she attended Parker University in Dallas Texas. She served her University by holding the office of Student Body Secretary as well as selected out of three upper trimester classes to serve on a 12-student team to supply chiropractic and medical support to the Susan G. Koman walkers in the November 2015 Dallas, Texas event. Upon graduation she was selected from her class by the Faculty Staff and Administrators to receive the Dr. Robert J Czopoth Service and Leadership award. During the last 8 months of her schooling at Parker University she underwent an extensive post-doctoral program consisting of over 200 hours of training and testing to achieve her certification in the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. To date, Dr. Eilertson is certified in Animal Chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, Fascial Movement Taping and Performance Movement Taping certified by Rock Tape, as well as Fascial Distortion Model upper body certified. Dr. Eilertson is engaged in her community with her local PEO chapter raising money for scholarships to help women reach their dreams and attend college. In her spare time, Dr. Eilertson enjoys riding and training her horses, weight lifting, spending time with her two Malamutes, and raising cattle.

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