"Your body wants to express health and healing. My role is to help facilitate your body to feel and function its best.”

— Dr. Stephanie

Dr. Stephanie Berry

Dr. Stephanie grew up in rural Minnesota. She was introduced to chiropractic care in high school and again in college and was amazed both times by her body’s ability to heal through chiropractic care. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, TX.

It was at Parker University that she became interested in working with pregnant women and children. This interest led her to pursue additional training with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) where she became Webster Technique Certified. Her passion is to help others live their healthiest lives through proactive chiropractic care.

Dr. Stephanie’s hope, and the hope of Mother Me Chiropractic as a whole, is to provide you a comfortable, safe place to be heard, to feel nurtured, and to get exceptional care. She is known for being thorough in her communication and evaluation, as well as her calm presence providing gentle adjustments. Dr. Stephanie utilizes multiple approaches to chiropractic care, working with you to find the technique that is the best fit for your comfort and your body’s optimal response to care.

A little more about Dr. Stephanie: she lives near White Rock Lake with her husband, Robert, and two rescue cats, Sunshine and Joy. During her free time she enjoys practicing yoga, walks through the Dallas Arboretum, being in a community group through her church, traveling, and visiting family in Minnesota.


Qualifications & Specialities

Dr. Stephanie is Webster Technique Certified for prenatal care through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Additionally, she’s also Completed Levels 1-4 of Dynamic Body Balancing - Craniosacral Therapy, is as a Member of the ICPA, and was named a Mom-Approved Doctor in 2017 & 2018. She continues to pursue additional seminars and training specific to preconception, pregnancy, postpartum, and pediatrics, and this year will be attending both the Birthfit Professional Seminar as well as continued training through the ICPA.