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Chiropractor - Wellness Practitioner

Adam Hoogeveen, D.C., C.C.W.P.

The words above are the most accurate descriptions of what I do professionally, but my most important roles in life served as my initial inspiration, and are still the most significant inspirations, to live a wellness lifestyle.  Those roles are husband and father.  What really motivated me to begin this journey were two questions; why do we as humans struggle with so much illness, and what type of foods should I feed my children and why?



Dr. Adam attended the University of Nebraska - Lincoln where he obtained his B.S. In Biology.  He then enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport, and graduated valedictorian of his class receiving other honors including the Clinical Excellence Award, John Connolly Memorial Award, Pi Tau Delta Honor Society President, Vogt Leadership Scholar, and president of his class.  His Certification in Wellness Lifestyle Science (CCWP) was obtained a couple years later, and provided the foundation of wellness knowledge he uses for this blog and his wellness program.



The Hoogeveens


Dr. Adam practices at Hoogeveen Chiropractic Wellness Center (HCWC) in Bellevue, NE alongside his father Dr. Gregg Hoogeveen.  He practices a variety of techniques with a focus on the Palmer Package core techniques.  Dr. Adam is also a member of the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association, the American Chiropractic Association, and the International Chiropractic Association Council on Wellness Lifestyle Science.

Dr. Adam is married to his high school sweetheart, Micaela, whom he met here at Bellevue East High School.  They have four children, who serve as their primary inspirations in living a wellness lifestyle!  Dr. Adam grew up in a chiropractic family as his father, Dr. Gregg, has practiced for over 30 years and his mother is the office manager at HCWC.  His two sisters have also worked at the center.  His youngest sister will graduate from chiropractic college along with her husband, and both will join the practice very soon.

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.

                                                     -Thomas Edison, 1902