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Meet the Interns

We are thrilled to welcome interns to PWC Chiropractic! Our doctors love supporting the next generation of chiropractors. Our interns will make such an impact on the kids and families in their communities when they graduate and share what they’ve learned!


Emily

Emily

My chiropractic journey began when I was in high school. I grew up in Crystal Lake, IL and was involved in gymnastics, high school cheerleading, and club cheerleading. I had a very active lifestyle that I loved. One day I was injured pretty badly, where I was unable to move without pain. My parents did what they knew and took me to the medical doctor where I was prescribed medication. After ten days of no improvement, I was referred to a chiropractor. Just a few treatments later, I was able to return to my usual routine, pain free.

I continued to receive chiropractic care because it helped me stay healthy and avoid sitting out of sports that I was very passionate about. I have also been able to avoid the long terrible “cold season”, seasonal allergies, and I no longer have chronic ear infections like I did prior to chiropractic care.

I received my bachelor’s degree in exercise sciences from Winona State University, and will be receiving my doctorate of chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in February. I strive to help people feel their best and function to their full potential. I believe that a clear and connected nervous system is something everyone should start off life with. I truly enjoy working with kids and watching them express their big, unique personalities. I hope to help my community understand that their body has the power to heal itself.

Interning at PWC means the world to me because that is where my chiropractic journey began. Learning from my first chiropractor, Dr. Tony, and his incredible team will help me become the best chiropractor I can be!

Sibyl

Sibyl
I always felt very blessed to be born and raised under chiropractic care. Since I was 10 years old, I knew that I wanted to be a doctor because I have always loved helping others. When I was in the 7th grade, we had a lamb heart dissection and I remember being so fascinated by the cardiovascular system that I decided then and there that I was going to be a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon. I stuck with the surgeon idea until my last year in undergrad, where I obtained by Honors B.S in Biology at Oakland University. However, the chiropractor in me started to question my decision of pursing a career in the medical field. I thought about how my philosophy did not line up with that of the medical profession for the true meaning of health. Working for my dad as a chiropractic assistant for 5 years, I saw the impact and life changing results that chiropractic care had on the patients’ lives and I wanted to play a part in that role.

With much prayer and thought, I changed my career pathway to Chiropractic and started at Life University in the Fall of 2015. I have always had a passion for children and always thoroughly loved spending time with them. Coming from a family of 8 kids, it only seemed natural for me to love interacting with kids. Having two sisters that were born with special needs, I have always had a special place in my heart for children with those challenges as well.

When deciding on what office to do my internship at, I researched practices that specialized in pediatrics or that served pediatric patients that struggled with neurodevelopmental issues or special needs. I came across PWC due to hearing about Dr. Tony Ebel at school. So I did some research and saw how passionate he was about chiropractic and pediatrics and I was sold! I know that PWC has a lot of knowledge to give and so I am eager to pick all of the doctors and staffs brains’ while I am here. I feel so BLESSED to have this opportunity and can not wait to serve, give and love on patients!

I enjoy spending quality time with family/friends, entertaining my nephews and nieces, playing a variety of instruments (piano, guitar, flute and cello), being an active member of my church community, trail running, traveling, high intensity workouts, learning anything new about neurology, and anything and everything outdoors!

Dr. Erin Callahan

Dr. C at LU

Chiropractic chose me. My journey with chiropractic began after my son’s Autism diagnosis when he was 18-months old. Having tried nearly everything to recover him from his severe GI issues, inability to handle sensory stimuli, and speech regression, we finally discovered chiropractic and its powerful ability to restore function and promote healing. After 6 months of chiropractic care, my son was no longer plagued with chronic constipation or ear infections. He was also getting haircuts without pain, coloring for the first time, and he was talking. The day he told me that he loved me the first time was also the day that I decided to become a chiropractor. Our son’s diagnosis left us without hope and chiropractic restored it.

Chiropractic gave me my son back. This powerful gift has left me with an unrelenting need to
help other families like mine. I am a United States Air Force veteran, a military brat, and a military wife. My husband and I have two beautiful children, Liam Dallas age 9 and Lana Rose age 5. I graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology in August of 2014. I attended Life University in Marietta, GA and I will graduate with my Doctorate of Chiropractic in March of 2019. I am working on becoming a part of the Epic Pediatric community and I plan to open my own practice in Virginia Beach in the summer of 2019. I hope to gain the trust and notoriety of my community and provide a conduit of #hope to the families on the East Coast.

I am so excited to be an intern at PWC because of the family atmosphere, the teamwork mastery mindset, and the perfect blend of chiropractic science, philosophy, and art. I am honored to be a part of the team and learn alongside the best and most influential pediatric chiropractors I know!


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