After joining the Eagle Creek Team in November of 2010, I realized I had found more than just a job. I had found a family. We care about each other, each other’s’ families, but most importantly, we care about who walks through our doors. I had been adjusted my whole life, but I had never experienced a chiropractic clinic that offered so many services to patients, and educated as much as we do here. It’s not just about getting better quickly; it’s about knowing why there is a problem, and how to keep it from becoming a chronic and recurring problem. The staff at Eagle Creek is always striving to learn; about their craft, about the human body, about their patients. We want our patients to be informed through the whole process, from verifying their insurance benefits at their first visit, through to their care plan and treatment education.
When Kristi isn’t busy at Eagle Creek Wellness, she’s enjoying time with her husband, Chris, and her silly dog, Ava. They are excited to start a new life as parents in October of 2016. Kristi was born in raised in Prior Lake, and is a graduate of Prior Lake High School. She studied a variety of things at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, and Wartburg College in Waverly, IA. Kristi loves to travel and experience new places, but since she can’t always be on the go, she escapes through books, movies, and music when she can.
Kristi Turner - Front Desk
"I first met Dr. Genrick at the Mom’s Expo at the Burnsville Center. I had sharp pain in my foot arch and into the ankle bone. The podiatrist said that I had tarsal tunnel syndrome, caused by being on my feet a lot. I had severe pain daily. I had custom orthotics made, given pain medication, and was told that if this didn’t work I might need surgery to cut the nerves in my foot to relieve the pain. With this type of treatment I had no relief from daily pain. I was using Advil daily to tolerate the pain. "After ONE treatment I had relief from a majority of the pain in my foot. I had no idea that my spine and nervous system could be the problem. I am also learning that chiropractic care can help all areas of your body. There is too little information to the general public about chiropractic care. We all are told if it’s broke or hurt see a doctor for pain medication. I would rather have the source of the pain treated versus just the symptoms." D.P.