About Us

Why are we different?

Our Philosophy of Care

At Wellbeing Personalized Healthcare we empower you to live a healthier life. We help you understand your condition, your body, your obstacles to health and your treatment so that you can take control of your health. Our focus is on finding the root cause of your symptoms and to address it with the highest quality natural care.

We are committed to the highest level of integrity and quality while employing the least invasive, most individualized treatments for your body.

We utilize a combination of chiropractic techniques, visceral manipulation, acupuncture, functional movement and rehabilitation, nutritional counseling and a unique approach to individualized biochemistry, known as functional medicine, to bring you back to proper movement, function and optimal health.


Our personal approach is unique in healthcare. We’ll spend the time with you that we need to in order to solve your symptoms.


Our philsophy of care draws from disciplines ranging from chirporactic medicine to nutritional counseling to functional medicine in order treat the whole person.

Cause Driven

While we treat all sorts of symptomps, the core of what we do is getting to the root cause of your problems and finding natural solutions to them.

Meet Our Doctors

They're the best of the best in alternative care.
Dr. Terese Black

Dr. Terese Black

Doctor of Chiropractic, Doctor of Naturopathic

Dr. Terese Black is a Naturopathic and Chiropractic Physician. She graduated as the class salutatorian, magna cum laude, with a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine with certification in Acupuncture from the National University of Health Sciences. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina. She has specialized training in Functional Medicine, Sacro Occipital Technique , Cranio Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Applied Kinesiology, Gonstead Technique, Kinesio Taping, MTHFR, Autism Research Institute (DAN), celiac/gluten intolerance and Webster technique. Dr. Black has learned from many practitioners, including Dr. Andrew Pasminksi, her mentor, who introduced her to Chiropractic medicine at a young age, Dr. Datis Kharrazian, Dr. George Goodheart, Dr. David Leaf, Dr. Ben Lynch, Dr. Kurt Larson and Dr. Tabatha Parker. Dr. Black was a part-time faculty member for 6 years in the basic and clinical science departments at National University of Health Sciences. She has served as a volunteer clinician with Natural Doctors International in Nicaragua for several years and led medical brigades of chiropractic, naturopathic and acupuncture students. She takes an individualized approach with patients and strives to find the least-invasive treatment for them. Her approach focuses on research-based science in conjunction with natural therapies to help individuals both prevent pain and disease as well as heal from it. Dr. Black treats infants to the elderly. She has a special interest in functional medicine, nutrition and helping those with chronic disease navigate their way back to health.

Dr. Ivelina Frantchechkova

Dr. Ivelina Frantchechkova

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Ivelina Frantchechkova, aka Dr. Lina, is a licensed Chiropractic Physician. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Lake Forest College and graduated from National University of Health Sciences with a doctorate degree in chiropractic medicine. She was chosen to do her internship in the Salvation Army clinic, where she focused her interests in helping people who suffered from chronic and acute pain and chronic disease. While in school, Dr. Lina worked with athletes at Benedictine University with Dr. Solecki, the team chiropractor for Benedictine and Northwestern Universities. She also took part in two medical brigades to Nicaragua with Natural Doctors International. Dr. Lina has specialized training in functional movement analyses, rehabilitation, applied kinesiology and functional medicine. She was born and raised in Bulgaria and has been exposed to physical medicine since an early age as her mother worked as a hospital-based rehabilitative specialist. As a tennis player since childhood she has seen and experienced the extensive demands on an athlete’s body, and suffering from back pain herself, she desired to solve the mysteries of movement and pain in the body. She sees patients of all ages and has special interest in combining her training to help people optimize their movement, whether they are patients recovering from a stroke or trauma, athletes looking to perform better, or individuals looking for pain relief, improved mobility or simply preventative care. Dr. Lina has been influenced by Dr. Terese Black and Dr. Andrew Pasminski, her mentors, as well as the work of Dr. Datis Kharrazian and David Cook.