Dr. Jessin Skoug acquired Eagle Valley Chiropractic in 2011 after graduating with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. She is a former collegiate soccer athlete at Mankato State University and earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Dr. Jessin has advanced training in pediatric and pregnancy care, athletic injuries, occupational health, and chiropractic acupuncture. She is passionate about chiropractic treatment for the entire family, from newborns to grandparents. She is married to Mike and has 4 children, Tayvin, Breckin, Cruz and Silver. In her free time she enjoys boating, camping, traveling and spending time with family.

Dr. Jessin

Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Elizabeth has been with Eagle Valley Chiropractic since 2017. Dr. Elizabeth moved to Red Wing, MN from Duluth, MN where she owned and operated a practice. Her educational background includes a doctorate in Chiropractic and BS in Human Biology from Northwestern Health Sciences University. She is pursuing diplomats in pediatrics and nutrition and has recently became certified in NAET, a form of allergy/sensitivity testing and elimination which combines acupuncture/acupressure, allopathy, chiropractic, nutritional and kinesiological disciplines of medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, cooking and restoring their 100+ year old Victorian house.


Dr. Elizabeth

Dr. Bailey graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in April 2024. She joined EVC after completing chiropractic college and internships with Dr. Jessin. Prior to chiropractic school, Dr. Bailey graduated from UW-La Crosse in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a minor in Nutrition. Dr. Bailey took additional courses in chiropractic college focusing on care for special populations including women and children, as well as advanced nutrition coursework. Her coursework at Northwestern Health Sciences also included training in the Graston technique, the Activator protocol, and diversified adjusting. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Bailey and her husband Derek can be found enjoying time on the farm or planning their next road trip out west to go hiking with their dog, Jordy! 


Dr. Bailey


Dr. Amanda is a holistic health practitioner with certifications as a pastoral counselor, reiki master teacher, and certified massage/yoga therapist. She has over 20 years of experience with a research specialty in faith-based complementary therapies for adult survivors of family & complex trauma. Dr. Amanda has a BA in Biblical Studies & Theology from UNWSP, an MA in Transpersonal Psychology with an eco-therapy & art-therapy certificate from Sofia University, and a doctorate (Ed.D) in Community Care & Counseling: Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University. She is also a certified yoga therapist (1000 hrs), advanced, yoga teacher (500 hrs), massage therapist (750 hrs), reflexologist (200 hrs), and Holy Fire III Karuna Reiki Master Teacher.  Dr. Amanda is from a farm near Plainview and lives in Pepin, WI. Click here to learn more about Dr. Amanda's services, apothecary, and trainings/retreats.

DOCTOR OF Education

Dr. Amanda

Dr. Kenzie graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in February 2023. She joined Eagle Valley Chiropractic after graduating and completing her internship with Dr. Jessin. Dr. Kenzie studied kinesiology at Winona State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree. During chiropractic school, Dr. Kenzie had training in Diversified, Gonstead, and Thompson techniques. She has additional certifications in Logan Basic Technique and treating extremities through the Extremity Expert Academy. Dr. Kenzie has a passion for alternative health education and teaching patients about the body’s ability to function optimally with the help of chiropractic care. She now offers dry needling and DOT exams. Outside of the office, you can find Dr. Kenzie, her husband, Zane, and their black lab, Em, on the river boating or ice fishing, hiking, or spending time with family and friends.


Dr. Kenzie

Laura’s focus is on orthopedic massage. Orthopedic massage is a comprehensive approach that involves a thorough assessment and a wide variety of treatment methods or techniques for using massage to treat soft tissue musculoskeletal disorders. Those Techniques include: Active engagement, Positional release, Nerve mobilization techniques, Muscle energy technique, Trigger point therapy, Myofascial release. Laura is also available for an overall relaxation massage. Try adding on essential oils, stones or a cold laser/pad to your treatment.


Licensed Massage Therapist


Practitioner Ashlin Tulip has a true heart for people and enjoys helping others thrive in life by using Whisperology and (IBFRT) intention based field resonance testing. Ashlin has grown up with holistic medicine as a child and continues to practice and learn holistic modalities such as; cold laser therapy, homeopathy, field control therapy, neurostimulation, muscle testing, cold laser allergy sessions and memon. In 2019 her family saw Steve Tonsager for some major health concerns. Shortly after seeing Steve, their lives changed in a remarkable fashion. Ashlin’s family has been blessed by Whisperology, leaving them speechless with the incredible results. Ashlin knew at that moment that this was something truly amazing, especially after trying other holistic modalities. Ashlin offers testing of local and remote visits at her clinic called Blooming 4 Wellness LLC located in Wabasha, MN. Click here to learn more about Ashlin!

Certified Whisperologist 


Shelly joined EVC in the Fall of 2021 with a strong drive to ensure patients have the best office experience. She is passionate about holistic healthcare and enjoys helping people live their best lives naturally. In her free time, Shelly enjoys camping, boating, walking and quality time with family. She lives with her husband Mark near the lake. Shelly has 2 daughters Alexis (30) and Mariah (27). She has 2 grandkids Braxton (10) and Archer (4) that she loves spending time outdoors with.

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Office assistant


Mindy has been with EVC since 2016. She has 15 years of clinic experience and is our behind the scenes patient accounts specialist. She is married to Steve and has 2 children, Laurelai and Paxton and resides in Grand Rapids, MN. She loves animals, outdoors and riding motorcycle.


Office manager

Office Staff

Tara joined Eagle Valley in June 2023. She is married to Brendan and together they have two daughters, Piper and Scarlett. Having been born and raised in Lake City, she has a deep connection to the area. Outside of work, she finds joy exploring new recipes in the kitchen and spending time outdoors with her girls. 

Lake City,
Office assistant


Ryley joined the staff as the Office Assistant in May of 2024. She loves to spend time with her family and friends. She lives in Kellogg, MN with her finance, two kids, and a dog. She enjoys reading and spending time outdoors. 

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Chiropractic care includes adjustments using Diversified technique, Activator method, and Thompson technique. These services may be used in conjunction with education on nutrition, exercise, lifestyle and stress management.

To understand chiropractic, one must first understand health. Health is the ability to perfectly heal and fully function. We don’t have to tell our heart to beat, our lungs to breath, our immune system to fight disease, our stomach to digest food, or an injury to heal. We merely have to trust in our body’s ability to maintain maximal function.

This ability to sustain optimum health resides in the nervous system.
The nervous system is the master control center of our body and consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. The brain is connected to every organ, tissue, and cell via the spinal nerves. Our brain monitors, coordinates, and controls every process in our body—as long as it has enough energy to do so.

In a perfect world, our brain, spinal cord and nerves function perfectly 100% of the time. Unfortunately, the real world is not perfect. We fill our lives with additional stressors. Stress can be physical, mental, and/or nutritional. Whatever the form, these stressors start to affect our health. When this happens, our ability to perfectly heal and fully function decreases, and jeopardizes our overall health.

What exactly are these stresses in our lives? Nutritional stressors include unhealthy diet, insufficient water intake, excessive alcohol consumption, prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as smoking. Mental stressors include sleep deprivation, negative thoughts/attitude, anxiety, and unhealthy relationships. Physical stressors include poor posture, faulty body mechanics, repetitive physical work, carrying excessive weight, and most importantly spinal subluxations.


Spinal subluxations are malpositions in your spine that can irritate the nerves exiting the spinal cord, which can negatively affect every process in the body. If these spinal subluxations persist, the rest of the body begins to fail and symptoms develop: chest pains, difficulty breathing, indigestion, headaches, decreased immunity, allergies, chronic fatigue, muscle aches/spasm, pain, infertility and many more. Correcting these subluxations through chiropractic adjustments will relieve and prevent physical, mental and nutritional stressors.

In addition to chiropractic care, Eagle Valley offers educational classes focused on proper diet, fitness and stress management to further overcome nutritional and mental stressors.

Chiropractic is the only health profession trained to find and fix spinal subluxations in order to remove stress from the nervous system. Thus, maximize the body’s potential to maintain good health. Eagle Valley is dedicated to restoring the body’s ability to heal and fully function. We possess the resources to address all three types of stressors: nutritional, mental, and physical.

"The era 1895-1925-the first thirty years-was a time of iconoclastic, militant, and revolutionary individuals. DD Palmer and his son BJ Palmer were the most chronicled in this initial period of the chiropractic profession... The cultural status and quality of medical care at that time, placed medicine in fierce competition with homeopathy, botanical medicines, osteopathy, dentistry and nursing, as well as all other healing concepts and nostrums.

DD Palmer was a practitioner of what was called “magnetic healing”. He had a keen interest in and knowledge of anatomy. His interest in anatomy led him to consider the effect of minor derangements of the spine (which he called “subluxations”) upon the nervous system.

DD also mused that there was a connection between the nervous system and the regulation of human organ systems. He theorized that manipulation of the spine (which he called spinal adjustments) could have a salutary effect on the body. This concept evolved around the end of the 19th century. In 1897 DD Palmer incorporated his magnetic healing with physical manipulation skills to create the profession of chiropractic (meaning done by hand), a moniker offered by Samuel Weed, one of DD Palmer’s early patients."

History of Chiropractic

Sportelli, DC, Integr Med (Encinitas). 2019.

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