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Dr. Sarah Kenyon

Meet Dr. Sarah Kenyon, she grew up in Chester, SD where she attended Chester Area High School and was active in cross country, track, and the National Honor Society. After graduating high school, she attended South Dakota State University. Go Jacks! At SDSU, Dr. Sarah earned her degree in Biology and Chemistry with a pre-professional concentration. Dr. Sarah graduated magna cum laude in 2016 with her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University.


Dr. Sarah began her service at Willert Wellness & Chiropractic in February of 2017. Dr. Sarah utilizes a variety of techniques such as spinal and extra-spinal adjusting, soft tissue manipulation, Activator adjusting method, Thompson Drop adjusting method, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, Rock Tape, and rehabilitation exercises to help patients achieve their goals.


In her spare time, you can often find Dr. Sarah spending time with friends and family, doing yoga, crafting, camping, and spending time with her two cats, Ruby and Kit. Dr. Sarah also enjoys spending her time volunteering with programs in the Brookings community such as Feeding Brookings and the Brookings Farmers Market.
Dr. Sarah can be reached directly at [email protected]
 

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  • "The staff was very helpful to make sure that I knew what my treatment would entail and the payment options available to me. When I met Dr. Willert for the first time, he made me feel comfortable and at ease with everything that was going on. And it still hasn't changed 6 months later"
    Brittnee M. Brookings, SD

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