Dr. Erica Peabody was born and raised here in Fenton, MI with three brothers whom all reside in the area. Both the Peabody’s (her dad’s family) and the Callard’s (her mom’s family) have been Fenton area residents for decades. Dr. Peabody has been under chiropractic care all of her life.
Following graduation from Fenton High School, Dr. Peabody started her college career at Michigan State University and during her first year, decided to pursue her Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
She worked hard towards a Bachelor of Science in Natural Science at Michigan State University, Boise State University, and graduated, with Cum Laude honors, from University of Alaska Anchorage where she lived for 3.5 years.
Dr. Peabody began Chiropractic College at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and graduated, with Magna Cum Laude honors, from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After nearly 10 years of schooling, she returned home in December of 2004 and opened her practice, Café of LIFE Chiropractic, 3 months later.
Over and above her Doctor of Chiropractic coursework, Dr. Peabody has completed numerous courses to offer the very best care for prenatal/postnatal patients, as well as, infants and children. She is certified in Webster Technique and is often sought after by midwives and other birth practitioners in the area to co-manage care for expecting mothers. She has been an active member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is currently pursuing an additional pediatric certification.
When she is not helping people at the Cafe of LIFE, she is usually at the local gym, yoga studio, running, reading, writing (blogging), biking or spending time with her family. She is an avid snowboarder and spends the winter weekends on the slopes as much as possible. Aside from being a chiropractor, one of her most favorite roles in life is being “Aunt E” to her handful of nieces and nephews.