Dr. Wyatt Berg

Dr. Wyatt Berg, D.C.

Dr. Wyatt is a born and raised Fairbanksan and a graduate of Parker University in Dallas, Texas. While there he earned both his bachelors of science with an emphasis on human anatomy, as well as his doctorate of chiropractic degree. Prior to pursuing his doctorate degree Dr. Wyatt attended Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon on an athletic scholarship to play baseball. Baseball was a massive part of his life from the age of 4 until the age of 20. While at TVCC he was undecided as to whether he should pursue physical therapy or chiropractic.

During his freshman year he suffered a back injury and found himself sitting in his coaches office with MRI results he didn’t understand and a prognosis he was unsure of. That led him into the office of a chiropractor in his college town. Thankfully, this local chiropractor sat him down, explained exactly what was happening to him, and formulated a care plan to get him back on the field. Needless to say Dr. Wyatt committed to care with this chiropractor and was able to return to the playing field faster than he ever imagined. At that point he knew pursuing chiropractic was the right choice.

The fundamental principle at the core of the care that Dr. Wyatt provides is that our bodies are intelligently designed to heal from within and express health. Dr. Wyatt is extremely passionate about providing high quality chiropractic care for the whole family. After seeing how impactful chiropractic was for his wife during her pregnancy he decided to further his education and become Webster Technique certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. The Webster approach is a technique specifically tailored to help alleviate the aches and pains that pregnant moms experience amidst the rapid changes that occur during pregnancy.

When he’s not in the office you can catch him hiking, road cycling, bowhunting, and spending time with his wife, son, and their four-legged wiggly boxers.[/et_pb_blurb][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]