Dr. Tracey Eischeid grew up in Elgin, NE where she earned her high school diploma from Pope John XXIII Central Catholic. She went on to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Concordia University in Seward, NE, during which time, she was also a member of the Bulldog Women’s Basketball team. Dr. Tracey graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. While at Palmer, she was an active member of the Motion Palpation Club on campus, focusing on developing her treatment skills, and attending multiple weekend seminars through the Motion Palpation Institute, Graston Technique, and Prague School of Rehabilitation. She was also an intern in the Palmer Rehabilitation Department where she had hands on patient treatment utilizing her skills. Before graduating, Dr. Tracey completed an internship with Dr. Brett Winchester at Winchester Spine and Sport in Moscow Mills, MO—Chiropractor for the St. Louis Cardinals and International DNS instructor.
Under the guidance of Dr. Winchester, she gained extensive experience integrating the techniques she had studied into everyday patient care.
Dr. Tracey has a functional, evidence-based approach to chiropractic care, which has led her to pursue additional training in various rehabilitation techniques via continuing education courses. Her main passion is women’s health, more specifically pregnancy and postpartum. She has trained in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization as well as Webster’s Technique to bring the best adjusting techniques and rehab protocols for the core and pelvic floor for all her patients, female OR male. Within core and pelvic floor, Dr. Tracey enjoys treating issues like diastasis rectus abdominis, incontinence, pelvic pain, and much more.
In her spare time, Dr. Tracey enjoys maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle through running, weight training, and cooking yummy food. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, James and their dog, Walter.
Motion Palpation Institute Certified
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
Webster Technique Certified
Core & Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Graston Technique Certified
McKenzie (MDT) Methods