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Dr. Justin was born and raised in Iowa and obtained his Bachelor degree from the University of Northern Iowa in movement and exercise science. He then moved to Daytona Beach, Florida and completed his doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic. This is where Dr. Justin became proficient in the Gonstead technique, TRT technique and completed advanced training in extremity adjusting! He also focuses on kids of all ages, prenatal care and sports injuries! Dr. Justin's goals are to educate the community on neurologically-based chiropractic care and to help give everyone the necessary tools to make a well- educated decision when it comes to their health and their families health. Dr. Justin is a huge sports fan and loves to do anything outdoors! If you can't find him in the office, you can find him out hiking, camping, snowboarding, playing with his dog, Riley, and anything else that includes the outdoors in beautiful Central Oregon!

Dr. Justin Cook

Brooke is the office manager at Eternal Health Chiropractic! She was born and raised in Iowa and moved out to Oregon to help Dr. Justin with his practice. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages come into the office and loves seeing how chiropractic can help each person in its own way. Outside of work, Brooke loves hanging out with friends and family, but also loves to have time to herself to relax and read a good book.

Brooke K.

Miranda (Mandi) is the chiropractic assistant at Eternal Health Chiropractic. She has lived in Bend since she was 8 years old. She has watched Bend grow from 14,000 people to the booming population of over 100,000 people that we have today. 

Mandi makes her home in NE Bend with her husband of 33 years, Jeff. Together they have raised 3 children, a daughter Jori and two sons, Chase and Porter. 

 When not greeting you at Eternal Health Chiropractic, you can find her on any of our Cascade Lakes fishing or camping, taking in a concert in town or enjoying the company of friends and family. You may also find her in her garden or sitting in the hammock and enjoying the phenomenal Central Oregon sunsets.

Miranda B.

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