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Dr. Shea Kramer

In 2010, I graduated from Life University in Marietta, Georgia with a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree after completing a 4-year intensive program.  I am board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and I am a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), Webster Technique Certified, and advanced proficient in Torque Release Technique.

While I was in school, I trained under my pediatric chiropractor mentor, Dr. Drew Rubin who teaches for the ICPA. Under his guidance I learned specific ways to approach pediatric and perin
atal chiropractic care and how to serve those populations. I also began attending the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association modules in 2010 to work towards being a pediatric specialist. During this time I was learning and practicing specific techniques designed specifically for working with children and expectant mothers such as Webster Technique. I did so by classroom studies as well as working with patients in the community.  I am also advanced proficient in Torque Release Technique, and gentle and specific chiropractic technique. My experiences have given me a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills I will use to diagnose, adjust, and keep my patients at optimal health.
My mission is to educate patients on the importance of Chiropractic care and how it can improve their overall well-being. I have a strong passion for working with pediatrics and expectant mothers. The knowledge I have gained through my experiences and studies has showed me how important it is to have proper care at such crucial times of development.

I grew up in southwest Ohio, where I was influenced by uncle to become a chiropractor. I spent many years in his office watching the amazing changes people experienced under chiropractic care and knew that I needed to serve in that realm. In my free time I enjoy working out, hiking, exploring Seattle, and traveling. I am thrilled to be serving the Seattle community and can’t wait to greet your family with an open door and an open heart.

Dr. Mariah Wenglewski
I earned my Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Georgia, where I delved deeply into my passion for pediatrics and perinatal care. I am board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and I am a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), Webster Technique Certified, and advanced proficient in Torque Release Technique. As an active board executive of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) campus club, I continued my journey by completing the ICPA series and am currently working towards
my Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP) to specialize in Pediatric and Perinatal care.

During my time at Life University, I immersed myself in various chiropractic techniques including Activator, Diversified, Thompson, Webster, and Advanced Pediatric Techniques. Under the mentorship of Dr. Drew Rubin, an esteemed ICPA instructor, I honed my skills in examining and adjusting pediatric, perinatal, and neurodiverse populations. 

My personal health journey led me to chiropractic care after struggling with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) and enduring numerous other surgeries. Since experiencing the transformative power of chiropractic adjustments, I've been free from POTS symptoms. This profound shift inspired me to pursue chiropractic education
and dedicate myself to serving others. Reflecting on my own health challenges, I'm passionate about advocating for early chiropractic intervention, even during pregnancy and infancy. I believe in empowering families with knowledge about the nervous system, anatomy, and wellness choices, fostering a community of informed decision-makers in Seattle.

Outside of my professional pursuits, I find joy in staying active, walking my loyal companion Betsy, and exploring the natural beauty of Seattle. I'm also an avid supporter of the Seattle Seawolves rugby team, eagerly anticipating Friday evening games. 

My mission is to inspire families in Seattle about the transformative potential of quality chiropractic care, particularly in the perinatal and pediatric realms. By fostering connections within the community and providing education, I strive to support families on their wellness journeys and facilitate healthier nervous systems from the earliest stages of life.

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