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Dr. Sabrina Power : Beebe Chiropractor

The Natural Approach Attracted MeKW1_9909

In 1986, I went to work for a Chiropractor as a Chiropractic Assistant. Over the course of the next few years, I was introduced to a paradigm of health that I did not know was available. My son had two surgeries to have tubes placed in his ears for recurring ear infections. It was chiropractic care that helped him avoid going through this procedure again. As an assistant, I saw first hand people responding to care, getting well, and more importantly staying well. They were no longer on the medications that were so frequently prescribed prior to care. This natural approach attracted me to Chiropractic.

My Journey to becoming a Chiropractor

One morning while getting ready to go to work, I thought to myself “I should follow my passion and go to chiropractic school”. In a few short weeks I began my educational experience at Arkansas State University in Beebe, Arkansas.

After one year of pre-requisites at ASU . I transferred to an accelerated science program for pre-med and pre-chiropractic students at Northlake Community College in Irving, Texas. We attended class from 8 a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. This was a pace that began to prepare me for chiropractic college. In the fall of 1993, my graduate school began at Parker University.

From the beginning, I knew that I was called to be a Chiropractor. School was challenging in a good way, but with each semester I was getting closer to my big goal! In December of 1995, I graduated with honors. This was a major accomplishment for me and I knew I made my family proud.

My Mission as a Chiropractor

My mission as a chiropractor is to help sick people get well. We as a nation, have as much or more available to us than any other country, yet we are not well. We have, over time, developed poor eating habits, lack of exercise, stress to the max, dependence on drugs….and wonder why we are not well! We have to take personal responsibility for the health of our family and ourselves. Chiropractic offers a new paradigm for health. We will remove any nerve interference that may hinder that healing process. You will then be able to express yourself to your fullest potential.

Away from the Office

When I am not in the office, you will find me hanging out around the farm! I enjoy checking on my cattle, raking hay and trail when I get the chance. I also enjoy going to the mountains to enjoy nature and spend time reading a good boook.

I have lived in the area for over 25 years.  I enjoy traveling to areas that we have never been, but tend to prefer the mountains over all other areas. I am very blessed to be a part of the Beebe Community and serve as a board member of the Beebe Chamber of Commerce.

Weekly adjustments keep me functioning optimally

As a chiropractor, I work long days, and the work is at times physical. Chiropractic keeps me well. I am a member of Anytime Fitness and get in the gym when I can’t get outside to exercise. My goal is to ride my horse daily. I follow a healthy diet. It is my goal to stay well and not have to rely on medications to do what my body was intended to do and that is self-heal and self regulate.

“Enough about me! How can we help you with today’s safe and natural chiropractic care? Give Williams Chiropractic Wellness Center a call so we can help you take your first step towards better health!”

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Arkansas State University- Beebe, Arkansas                        1990-1991

Northlake Community College- Irving, Texas                        1992

Parker College of Chiropractic- Dallas, Texas                       1993-1995

National Board of Chiropractic Examiners-  Diplomate


Professional Qualifications:

Arkansas Board of Chiropractic Examiners- Licensed since 1996

Animal Veterinary Chiropractic Certification

Acupuncture/Meridian Therapy Certification


Honor Graduate- Parker College of Chiropractic


Professional Associations:

Arkansas Chiropractic Physician’s Association

Animal Veterinary Chiropractic Association