Meet The Doctors

Dr. Scott Beyer

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Dr. Scott Beyer is a second generation chiropractor who grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago with the desire to teach and help others. Throughout his life Dr. Scott has been involved in the community, school sports and has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. All through his educational experience Dr. Scott has strived to learn more than what was being taught in the classroom. His desire for learning continued while in college, completing 8 years of curriculum in just 6. He graduated from Brigham Young University – Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. He then moved on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. It was while attending Palmer Dr. Scott met Dr. Holmes who had the same passion for teaching and helping others.

While studying for his Doctorate of Chiropractic Dr. Scott recognized the importance of the relationship between the health our brain and nervous system and the health of our body. What affects the brain and nervous system will affect the rest of the body. Dr. Scott has taken over 350 hours of post graduate level courses in functional neurology, taught by the prestigious Carrick Institute. He, along with Dr. Holmes, has also taken hundreds of hours of courses in functional medicine covering a wide array of topics including:

  • Nutritional Approaches for Changing Brain Chemistry
  • Advanced Blood Chemistry Analysis
  • Thyroid Gland Disorders
  • Environmental Influences on Immunity
  • Endocrine disorders
  • Mitochondrial health
  • Genetics

Dr. Brianne Holmes

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Dr. Brianne Holmes grew up in Fenton, Michigan surrounded by a surplus of family members. With a family that was always celebrating births, it was simply natural for Dr. Holmes to be drawn toward the health of pregnant women and children. She is the first chiropractor in her family and is extremely passionate about her profession.

Education has always been important and a top priority of Dr. Holmes’s. She graduated Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor’s of Science and headed straight to graduate school after. She attended Palmer College of Chiropractic where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in June of 2014. Since then she has concentrated on functional medicine and functional neurology, especially concerning the health of children and women. Dr. Holmes has over 200 post graduate education hours from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. She, like Dr. Scott, has also taken hundreds of hours of courses involving functional medicine covering the same array of topics. She is currently working towards her neurology diplomat from the Carrick Institute.