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“One of the many things I love about Dr. Young is that she genuinely takes the care and time with you so that you can recover quickly.”

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“I was going thru a lot of changes in my life when I began seeing Dr. Jessie. She literally put me back together and I am forever grateful.”

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“Dr. Young is the best chiropractor for treating pregnancy-related issues!!! “

Pediatric and Perinatal Chiropractors

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Dr. Jessie Young Dr. Jessie Young Dr. Jessie Young is a pediatric chiropractor specializing in infants with breastfeeding issues. She has completed advanced training in these fields allowing her to help the tiniest of patients...
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Pediatric Care

Conditions and Symptoms Some common things parents bring their babies to a chiropractor for are: breastfeeding difficulties, torticollisear infections, headaches, neck, back and leg pain. All of these indicate specific problems your child may be...
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About

Dr. Jessie Young

Dr. Jessie Young

Dr. Jessie Young is a pediatric chiropractor specializing in infants with breastfeeding issues. She has completed advanced training in these fields allowing her to help the tiniest of patients have a successful start. She enjoys working closely with other healthcare professionals to provide the most comprehensive and highest quality care possible. She also has a special interest for helping those suffering from TMJ dysfunction which for little ones result in difficulty breastfeeding. In her free time Dr. Young enjoys spending time with her two boys and husband. They like to hike, visit beaches and cook vegan and gluten-free cuisines from around the world.

Education:

As a 2009 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, Dr. Young has focused her continuing education over the years on pediatrics and women’s health. She is trained in a wide variety of techniques to help people of all ages address many different health concerns. She is nearing completion of becoming an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Many pregnant women seek out care with Dr. Young for the Webster technique but she can meet her patient’s needs with the most gentle touch using myofascial, kinesotaping and craniosacral techniques or with more traditional approaches with modified gentle adjustments, exercise and graston techniques. She is also able to broaden her scope by offering a nutritional approach to many conditions like the common cold, allergies, pain management, sleep and digestive issues. Dr. Young is also a member of the Washington State Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association and American Chiropractic Associations Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics where she currently volunteers as the Research Chair helping to promote contributions to research and advancements in Pediatric Chiropractic.

Dr. Amanda Kugel

I became part of Olympia, Washington community in 2012, after moving from my home town near Green Bay, Wisconsin.  Prior to becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic, I worked for four years as a nutrition counselor with the Women and Children (WIC) Program in Wisconsin.  While there I developed a passion for helping individuals in the perinatal process, babies, and children. 

​This passion followed me to chiropractic school. After graduation from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2012, I completed an additional certification program as a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) to further my skills working with individuals throughout the pregnancy process, and for infants and children in my chiropractic office.  

​I am certified in the Webster Technique, a gentle method used during pregnancy to help align the mother’s pelvis for her own comfort and to potentially improve room for the baby to develop. In addition to standard manual techniques taught by Palmer College of Chiropractic, I have training in the Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT), Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) and Kinesiology Taping. I enjoy using these gentle techniques for patient comfort and to support muscle and connective tissue causes of movement disorders.


Pediatric Care

Pediatric Care

Conditions and Symptoms

Some common things parents bring their babies to a chiropractor for are:

  • breastfeeding difficulties,
  • torticollis
  • ear infections,
  • headaches,
  • neck, back and leg pain.

All of these indicate specific problems your child may be having that Dr. Young is trained to evaluate and care for. These conditions are often seen as symptoms such as:

  • colic,
  • fussiness,
  • nursing on only one side
  • the hair on the back of the head being worn off irregularly.

My Pediatric story

When Dr. Young’s first son was born they were faced with several newborn issues she commonly treats. The main one was difficulties nursing that she discovered were related to him having tongue-tie. Since then she has spent countless hours researching and learning all she can about this issue and now lectures on the topic to help other providers identify tongue-tie early on to help families increase breastfeeding success rates.

Perinatal Care

Perinatal Care

Just because you are pregnant doesn’t mean you should live with musculoskeletal pain. Our goal is to provide you with chiropractic care, the most safe and effective treatment for musculoskeletal pain during and after pregnancy, making you as comfortable as possible. 60% of women experience low back pain during pregnancy. Only about 1/3 of those women report it to their providers and of the women that report low back pain only 25% of providers recommend treatment. This is a statistic we have set out to change by working closely with other healthcare providers.

Many women also experience headaches midback, round ligament, pubic symphysis and hand pain. These are caused by the woman’s changing body preparing for birth. There are drastic changes the woman’s posture, gait and even breathing. During pregnancy your biomechanical changes reduces the joint’s integrity and can lead to easy injury of ligaments. Water retention is another side effect of pregnancy that can cause swelling in areas like the carpal tunnel and cause tingling, numbness or even pain.

Our doctors are certified in the Webster Technique, a specialized way of analyzing the pelvis before performing an adjustment.