Dr. Beth Forgosh, D.C., CC., C.A.C.C.P. is a board certified chiropractor,
currently in her 20th year of clinical practice.
With over 500 hours of post graduate coursework and testing, Dr. Forgosh is distinguished as a certified Craniopath through Sacro Occipital Research Society International. She is additionally certified as a Pediatric and Pregnancy Chiropractor (C.A.C.C.P.), having completed 200+ hours of post graduate training and testing through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. She is certified in and Webster’s Technique, with 18 years of experience helping to optimize the mechanics and neurology of a woman’s pelvis during pregnancy for healthy fetal positioning.
Dr. Forgosh is a proud graduate of the Advanced Clinical Training Program for mastery in Nutrition Response Testing (SM), which utilizes whole food nutrition, and adds a powerful dimension for health and healing for those seeking exceptional health and vitality. She earned her B.A. from the University of Vermont in 1994 and graduated Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West in 1999.
Dr. Forgosh was initially intrigued by chiropractic back in 1994, when she heard it's basic premise - that the body heals itself when tuned and aligned to its own intelligent healing force. She pursued her education, and and over time, has deepened her passion for this little practiced truth. She is fulfilled by its rewards both in her professional and personal life. Through her personal application of these healing principles, she has uplifted her health to break a cycle of chronic infections, digestive stress, low energy and painful menstrual cycles, and now mostly experiences a life of abundant energy, and an inner sense of well being.
A few fun highlights of her personal achievements include: 6 years of study in martial arts, culminating with her earning her first degree black belt. (She broke a concrete slab with her bare foot!) She completed two 26.2 mile marathons. (The first time, she was tricked into believing that it was “all mental”. The second time she blanked out on everything but the endorphins.) She lives now as a proud yogi, with a 15+ year regular practice. To the shock and disbelief of everyone who “knew her then”, her last doughnut was over 9 years ago. Turns out, cake as a meal replacement was a bad idea after all