Keystone Chiropractic is a family practice, dedicated to family care. We believe in a comprehensive and balanced approach to wellness and are committed to providing the best care to each patient, whether your needs are acute, chronic, preventative or a combination of the three. Together, Doctors Garrett and Chelsea Haponski provide care from pre-natal, to cradle and all the way to senior care.
Dr. Garrett Haponski, D.C. grew up in Sarver, Pennsylvania and completed his undergraduate studies at Clarion University in Clarion, Pennsylvania. He continued his chiropractic education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa –a leading school committed to ongoing excellence in the field. Dr. Garrett graduated in 2007 and worked as an associate at Frankfort Chiropractic & Physical Therapy just outside of Chicago, Illinois in 2007-2008. Dr. Garrett specializes in Gonstead technique and in Flexion-Distraction.
Dr. Chelsea Haponski, D.C. is from Ketchikan, Alaska and is a fourth generation chiropractor—one of twenty-five in the family. The framework for her chiropractic education was set during her undergraduate studies in exercise and sports science, at Oregon State University, when she worked to help handicapped children improve their motor function. Chelsea went on to graduate Cum Laude in 2008, from Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa. Highlights of her studies included traveling to Madagascar to help treat families and orphans and being the first Palmer College student to serve as an intern at the Naval Medical Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Chelsea also specializes in the Gonstead technique, as well as the Thompson Drop Technique and other methods suitable to individualized treatment for her patients.
Dr. Chelsea and Dr. Garrett met at Palmer College and married shortly after her graduation. They promptly moved to Anchorage and founded Keystone Chiropractic in 2008.
When they aren’t working with patients to achieve achieve optimum health, Doctors Garrett and Chelsea enjoy the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. They also enjoy being involved in the community and raising their small Alaskans.