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Meet Dr. Jenna Steiner

My Chiropractic Experience

Dr. Jenna Steiner

Dr. Jenna Steiner, Chiropractor

As a second-generation Chiropractor, I have been a happy, healthy chiropractic patient since birth. Regular Chiropractic care has kept me functioning at my peak performance to better enjoy an active lifestyle that includes water-skiing, snow-skiing, running, hiking, and dancing.

I am married to Max Steiner, my college sweetheart. We enjoy outdoor activities on the weekend, and we walk daily. Cooking and eating meals with our families has always been at the heart of who we are. To stay true to those values, I try to prepare food that nourishes the soul and body, so we have the health and energy to do the things we love.

Chiropractic Education and Certifications

I studied three years of pre-medicine at Montana State University before transferring to Parker University in the fall of 2019. I received my Bachelor of Science in Anatomy in the fall of 2020, and was awarded my Doctorate in December of 2022, graduating Cum Laude from Parker University. I received a scholarship during my Doctorate studies to pursue a Master’s degree from Parker University, and in February of 2023 I received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Neuroscience.

I utilize diversified adjusting technique, or manual adjustments to treat subluxation, Webster Technique, and Activator Technique. In addition to adjustments, I provide my patients with information regarding proper nutrition and exercise. I specialize in treating the nervous system, while providing quality care to patients of all ages.

Webster Technique is a Chiropractic analysis and gentle adjusting technique for the sacrum. As with all chiropractic adjustments, the intent of Webster technique is to improve the nervous system so that the body can function better. As with all sacral adjustments, pelvic balance is improved with this technique. A balanced pelvis reduces undue tension in the attached muscles and ligaments. In pregnant women, if the pelvis is not balanced, the uneven pulling on these muscles and ligaments may be restricting the baby’s ability to get in the best position for birth. Although most frequently used on pregnant women, Webster Technique is a great light force technique for a variety of people.

Activator Technique is an instrument assisted technique that treats subluxation, aligns the spine, and balances the nervous system. It is also a light force technique.

Contact Eureka Family Chiropractic today to schedule your appointment.

Dr. Jenna Steiner | (406) 297-2999