Dr. Kellie Seth graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1997 with a pre-medicine focus. She accomplished her double majors, Entomology and Zoology, with several academic scholarships and repeated honors on the Dean's list.
The year 2001 brought a beautiful daughter to Dr. Seth and her family. In 2006, she became a certified NETA personal trainer where she personally trained individuals and led group exercise fitness classes. Dr. Seth graduated from Northwestern Chiropractic College in 2013 with honors and a focus on Neurology and Nutrition.
Dr. Seth currently holds an ambassador role with the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Board of Directors of the River Market Community Co-op.
I became aware of my desire to be a healer when I was 3 years old. I recall living in the backroads of an empty county, exploring what I deemed to be an unknown and wild terrain. I often brought dead salamanders or injured roadside wildlife home to mom for help in resuscitating. She was at a loss on how to heal my helpless patients, thus starting my journey in becoming a healer.
Through the years I was always fascinated with life and biology. With a pre-medicine focus, I studied animals and insects in my undergraduate degree, ending up a biochemist and entomologist. In my zeal for life in the world and the unknown, I left home for world travel—starting in the country of India. Little did I know I was about to get an education and experience I hadn’t bargained for.
My trip abruptly ended right before the camel safari, by a head-on car collision. I awoke in an unknown hospital, in a city I hadn’t heard of, with no one around. I learned that I had been a sole survivor, left in a coma for an unknown amount of time with only the clothes on my back. Talk about a journey for healing!
This was a little more complicated than healing a salamander. My education for healing turned away from animals and to that of the human body. In that time I studied herbs, homoeopathy, vitamins, exercise, everything I could read about. Above all the herbs, vitamins and alternative medicine I had used to gain improved health, chiropractic care was the most powerful and restorative therapy in my healing experience. All at once, through this healing quest, the picture was being drawn for me: my purpose, my raison d’etre, the healer inside.
I graduated from Northwestern Chiropractic College in 2013 with honors and a deep passion to heal and serve others. I am now complete and on the path to reaching my greatest potential, not just in the chiropractic profession, but through my inborn desire to be a healer.
"Above all the herbs, vitamins and alternative medicine I had used to gain improved health, chiropractic care was the most powerful and restorative therapy in my healing experience."
There’s a wonderful online article about Dr. Kellie Seth of Healing River Chiropractic on the Eco Farming Daily website. Read it and you’ll understand why patients are amazed at the healing abilities of Dr. Seth. Here’s what the author, Andrew French, had to say about Dr. Seth after she treated him for shoulder pain:
“When I met Dr. Kellie a number of years ago I could feel immediately that she was a healer and that she was interested in getting to the root of my problems instead of addressing just the symptoms.”
Shanna is often the first person you see when you come in for an appointment at Healing River Chiropractic. But staffing the front desk is just a small part of Shanna’s responsibilities as the clinic’s Office Manager. She handles an array of office duties, from ordering and stocking supplements to maintaining the clinic’s electronic patient records. Her job duties are essential to Healing River Chiropractic running smoothly and efficiently.
Shanna brings more than 30 years of experience in health care settings to Healing River Chiropractic. including 18 years working in chiropractic offices. “I’ve worked in health care for three decades because it’s important to me to be a part of something that helps people get better,” says Shanna. “I feel like at Healing River Chiropractic, I realize that goal every single day.”
Shanna grew up in Colorado and moved to Minnesota in 1997. She lives in New Richmond, Wisconsin. She has a son (T.J.) and a daughter (Madison) both in their early 20s plus “lots of extended family in the area.” She loves being outdoors, bike riding with family and friends, going for walks with her dogs Rylee and Tucker, and just generally enjoying the gifts nature presents her.