Dr. Danielle Clear
Dr. Danielle started her chiropractic journey as a child. She suffered from painful migraines until she was introduced to the NUCCA technique and it completely removed her migraines. Having experience firsthand what this technique can do, Dr. Clear decided to go into the practice and become a NUCCA Practitioner.
Having practiced at a firm for the past several years, Dr. Clear decided to make the transition to start her own practice in 2019. She is excited about this new adventure and looks forward to meeting you to see how this same type of care could transform your life!
Danielle grew up in Roscommon, Michigan and studied NUCCA in Ames, Iowa completing all four parts of the NUCCA Student Proficiency and graduating with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Clear has turned her passion into her profession and that is helping people live longer lives without pain and suffering. Danielle lives a full life practicing NUCCA, enjoying family, and adopting a lifestyle of health and wellness. Her passion extends to fitness and nutrition and she helps her clients obtain a balanced lifestyle.
“Putting the right things in the body helps people maintain their NUCCA correction over long periods of time so you can function better and are less dependent of medical systems.”
Dr. Amy Mick
I grew up all over the mid-west living in Ohio, North Dakota,
Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, and Nebraska. We lived in small towns so I was always playing outdoors or I was playing sports. In high school, I joined the volleyball team but started having back pain and difficulty breathing. My father had always gone to a chiropractor, but I thought it was just because he was so tall and skinny!
He had me go to his Chiropractor and I got instant relief. I continued to go until I moved to Iowa. I met my husband in Iowa and we moved to Omaha where I
started to have severe neck pain that resulted in daily dizziness and headaches. I found a chiropractor close to our apartment, and again I got instant relief. I was studying at Metro Community College and trying to decide what I wanted to do with my life. Coming from such a caring family, I knew I wanted to be able to help people but I can’t stand blood or needles, so I started looking into other options. Chiropractic was at the top of my mind because of how well it helped me and my dad. It wasn’t too long after that I was headed to Palmer
College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
I graduated at the beginning of 2017 and accepted my first position in August of that year. I got my webster certification for pregnancy during my first year there. By the summer of 2018, I achieved my certification in acupuncture. This has been a patient favorite and helped so many people.
In 2019 we decided to try and start a family but had two losses, but this made me want to focus more on pregnancy, fertility, and infertility. I have started my functional medicine certification to help this part of my
practice grow more. I want to help my patients navigate these issues so that they are not alone and can take charge of their health.
I absolutely love to see patients succeed in their health and be able to do more in life. In my free time, I spend 3 to 4 days a week at the gym. I have been a member of Orangetheory Fitness for 4 years. I absolutely love
the atmosphere and the exercise helps me do my job better. One area I struggle in is my personal nutrition. I know what I should do to benefit my body but the biggest struggle is always keeping those habits. I always meet my patients where they are at in life because I
understand the struggles that come with being human, so that’s where we start the journey. I love to work right alongside my patients to share in their struggles and triumphs.
I enjoy cooking and am always looking for new and fun recipes to try. I have two Dachshunds at home and they are a part of the family. We go on walks often and play in the backyard as well. I love being outside and exploring. My dream would be to live in the Mountains!