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Dr. Kasey grew up in La Crescent, Minnesota and is native to the La Crosse/Onalaska Coulee Region. She attended the College of Saint Benedict before attending Northwestern Health Sciences University where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Kasey believes that everyone can benefit from chiropractic care. Having a family of her own, she understands the importance of family wellness so that everyone is happy and healthy all year round.  Since no two people are the same, Dr. Kasey will work with you to develop a care plan that is specific to your needs.

Dr. Kasey is a family-focused chiropractor and has a special interest in providing chiropractic care to women, including prenatal, postnatal, and preconception care, and children of all ages, newborns to teenagers! 

In her spare time, Dr. Kasey enjoys spending time with her friends and family. Her two sons, Cullen and Charlie, keep her on the move 24/7.  She also enjoys cooking and baking, practicing yoga, and being outdoors as much as possible (in the summer months when it's nice and warm outside). 

What does CACCP mean?

Dr. Kasey is not only certified in the Webster Technique, but she is also certified by the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice and Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics in Prenatal and Pediatric Chiropractic and is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA). 

This means that Dr. Kasey successfully completed the 200-Hour post-graduate course of study and examination to provide her with the knowledge and experience to assess and care for the prenatal and pediatric population with chiropractic. The Webster Technique training is a technique that is utilized commonly on pregnant women (but not restricted to pregnant women solely) to allow for optimal positioning of the mother’s pelvis to provide the ideal environment for mom and baby.

Maureen “Mo” | Front Office Coordinator

Maureen “Mo” Breuer is the new face of Connected Family Chiropractic as our Front Office Coordinator. She is a retired English teacher.  She has been married to Tom for 35 years and has two adult children, Caitlin and Jim. She enjoys reading, singing, and working out at the Y, and she spends most of her free time going on play dates with the family’s St. Bernard, Irene.  She is looking forward to meeting Dr. Kasey’s patients and learning how to be an efficient office assistant.