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Meet the Team

  • Dr.
    Andrea Gonstead

    Dr. Andrea Gonstead is a summa cum laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. She is a Presidential scholar and a kinesiology graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder. A third generation chiropractor, Dr. Gonstead's expertise and experience in chiropractic, along with her enthusiastic dedication to health care, brings a welcome option to the Stateline area for all of your family's health needs.

    She is married to David McCabe and they have two children, Gillian and Quinn. Dr. Gonstead enjoys volunteering at her children's school and was a long term Director on the Board of Family Services of Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Her personal hobbies include kayaking, knitting, reading, swimming and biking.

    'In my practice, I love the fact I see newborns to 90 year olds. This is because our technique is gentle and very effective. As the daughter (and granddaughter) of a chiropractor, I enjoyed the benefits of chiropractic my whole life. Now that I am a mom, I am grateful that I can give my kids the same care I received. I also love serving the community in which I grew up. It is my honor to help my friends and neighbors get well and stay well with chiropractic. '

  • Dr.
    Eric Gonstead

    Dr.  Eric Gonstead enjoys all aspects of his profession, including general family care, nutrition, exercise prescription and sports care management. His chiropractic education, along with his personal experiences as an athlete, give him an excellent perspective in treating  patients of all ages. His goal is to help his patients achieve, improve and maintain their health and well-being with chiropractic care. He encourages people to reach for their potential in their work duties, hobbies and sports activities. On a personal note, he is a fan of all activities that his 2 children are involved in and enjoys skiing in the winter and bicycling in the warm weather.                   Dr. Eric is an exercise science graduate of Iowa State University, and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, he is a diplomate and board-certified Chiropractic Occupational Health Consultant. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, as well as the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.

  • Dr.
    Laurie Cribben

    Laurie Cribben, D. C., came to  practice in association with the Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic,at 3535 Clinic Rd., in Beloit in 2008. An alumni of Delavan-Darien High School, Cribben attended the University of South Carolina and Excelsior College of New York earning a Bachelor of Science degree.  Dr. Cribben and her husband Bill, as natives of Wisconsin, returned home to Delavan after residing over 20 years in South Carolina.  Laurie has been a medical professional for over thirty years having worked as a nurse in pediatrics, general surgery, intensive and coronary care.  She earned her doctorate in Chiropractic from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

    'I've developed my talents and experience in the health care field with the vision of a healthier society.  It is apparent to me that we cannot, as a society, continue down the path we are currently on, of quick fix drugs or for that matter rushing blindly and often times too quickly into surgical intervention.  There is a need for all of us to take control of our health and give our bodies what it needs to thrive optimally.  I have dedicated my life to this pursuit,' says Cribben.  Dr. Cribben is a member of the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association and the World Chiropractic Alliance.


If you have any questions about our Beloit chiropractors, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic, please call us at 608-365-1656 today!
 

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Monday:

Closed

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Tuesday:

9:00am - 1:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Wednesday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

2:00pm

Friday:

9:00am - 1:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am

2:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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  • "~~I absolutely love going to the Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic! Everyone is so friendly and personable. I started going because I was in pain, but I keep going because I never realized how badly I felt when I was not "aligned"."
    Amber H.

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