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Dr. Amy Anderson

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Chiropractic, Craniosacral, & Lactation Counseling
My Approach

I have a unique practice combining many chiropractic techniques with craniosacral care.  Each person is different in their needs.  I will match your needs and requests with skillful techniques.  I specialize in pregnancy and pediatric care, but love to treat the entire family. With my training in lactation counseling, I am ready to address any difficulty that arises at birth and during your feeding journey.  As much as I love caring for the whole family, working with infants is my passion!  They have such amazing results that can help the whole family get off to a great start.

About me

I have been practicing Chiropractic in the Madison area since 1997.  After my undergraduate studies at UW-LaCrosse and UW-Madison, I went on to receive my Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer in Davenport Iowa, graduating in 1997.  In 2005 I finished my Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics (, a three-year intensive training in pregnancy and pediatric care. I am Webster Protocol certified through the ICPA. ( I also have training in craniosacral care through the Upledger Institute.  In 2015 I became a certified lactation counselor to further help in the treatment of infants with feeding issues. I am trained to recognize tongue and lip tie issues.  

I love to help families get their best start through bodywork during pregnancy, infancy, and beyond.

During the pandemic, I decided to jump in and start the practice of my dreams. I yearned to be back in my community, and needed to be able to help my kids in schooling online.  I live in DeForest with my husband, 4 kids, 1 greyhound, 8 chickens, and 2 dwarf hamsters.  I breastfed said children for a total of 14 years....I KNOW!  We enjoy hiking, biking, beaching, traveling, and recently...glamping.  I surfed for the first time at 40 and hope to do it again at 50.

Massage Therapy

I am fortunate to share the office with Sue Rucker, LMT.  Click on the image of the tree for more information.

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