Our people make our practice what it is. We take pride in offering an excellent patient experience, from the waiting room to treatment itself.
Dr. Dean Dierksen, D.C.
Dr. Dean received a degree in kinesiology from Kansas State, and went on to the Cleveland Chiropractic College, where he obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He attends seminars and conferences frequently to maintain and grow his expertise in the practice of chiropractic medicine. He enjoys taking care of people from all walks of life, and is passionate about helping people get well and stay well.
Dr. Dean grew up in the small, south-central Kansas town of Medicine Lodge. When he's not in the office, he enjoys trap shooting, watching K-State sports, and spending time with his wife, his son, and their two dogs.
Felicia dierksen, R.D., L.D.
Felicia graduated from Kansas State with degrees in dietetics, human nutrition, and kinesiology. She is a registered dietitian with experience working with a variety of diets, conditions, and disorders. As a registered dietitian, she is qualified to provide the highest level of nutritional counseling, including personalized diet advice. Felicia offers medical nutrition therapy for diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal issues, cancer, pulmonary disease, reproductive health and chronic kidney disease, and more. She can also work with you to build a customized diet plan to meet your health and fitness goals, including weight loss.
Lindsay Curl, C.A.
Lindsay is our chiropractic assistant. She is a pre-med student at Kansas State pursuing a major in biology and minors in leadership studies and theatre. Upon graduation, she plans to attend medical school or chiropractic school. She's devoted to helping our patients, and is in a perfect place to learn about her potential career field and gain practical experience.
Lindsay enjoys serving the community through involvement in the Wonder Workshop and the Flint Hills Breadbasket and as a coach for the Manhattan Cross Country Club. She also loves to spend time with her family and friends, and watch K-State games.