Dr. Beemer’s love for chiropractic began with a sciatic nerve injury at the age of fourteen. Her parents sought treatment for her at a local chiropractor and the results were amazing for her low back and leg pain as well as her general health.
She later worked in a chiropractic clinic and, as a senior in high school, made the decision to become a chiropractor. After completing premed classes at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, she moved to St. Louis, Missouri and began classes at Logan College of Chiropractic.
She received her doctorate there in 1986 and began practicing in Rogers, Arkansas. She later moved her practice to Springdale where she has been for the past thirteen years. Dr. Beemer built a new clinic on West End Street in 2002, where she currently practices.
Her interest in chiropractic has continued unabated during her career. She has completed continuing education classes in the Morter B.E.S.T. technique, Cox low back flexion extension technique, extensive studies in nutrition, and a comprehensive course on whiplash and car accident injuries from the Croft Spine Institute of San Diego, California, generally acknowledged as America’s car crash experts.
Dr. Beemer’s focus in her chiropractic clinic today goes far beyond her early experience with chiropractic.
She considers her practice a true wellness clinic with an emphasis on improving her patient’s overall health, whether through chiropractic, massage, fitness advice, elimination of allergies, and/or nutritional counseling.
Dr. Beemer is now focusing on acupuncture with a series of seminars scheduled throughout the year. She currently has over 300 hours of acupuncture training and believes this technique meshes perfectly with chiropractic because it embraces an overall wellness philosophy.
Cindy Beemer is married and resides in Springdale, AR.