Dr. Linsey Bechert

Dr. Linsey Bechert

Victory Chiropractic now has 3 Dr. Becherts practicing there.

Dr. Linsey Bechert just completed all her qualifications to practice chiropractic. Her husband A.J. Bechert did the same thing earlier this year. A.J.’s dad, Richard, is the original Dr. Bechert who started the practice in 1988.

Dr. Linsey – it’s easier to use their first names since they are all Dr. Becherts – is originally from Athens. She and A.J. met when both were in college at UAB. She earned her undergraduate degree in healthcare management. She then got her chiropractic degree at Logan University in St. Louis, the same as Dr. A.J.

Dr. Linsey is now accepting new patients at their Guntersville office. The practice also has an office in Oneonta.

In addition to run-of-the-mill chiropractic work, Dr. Linsey has several specialties:

- ART, or the Active Release Technique

- Rehabilitation

- Dry needle acupuncture

- Pediatric chiropractic care

- Pregnancy chiropractic care

When she’s not working, she and Dr. A.J. love spending time outdoors with their dog Champ. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with family.

There are now 5 chiropractors practicing at Victory. In addition to the 3 Dr. Becherts, the other doctors are Dr. David Foote and Dr. Mathhew Jandrlich. The office is in the midst of a big expansion to accommodate the new practitioners.

The office phone number is 256-582-1066. The office hours are Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.

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