The Doctor

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Dr. Madeleine Ouellette, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Madeleine grew up in the Hudson Valley, where she first realized her dream of one day becoming a chiropractor. At age 8, she was involved in a sledding accident that resulted in spasmodic torticollis in her neck. A local chiropractor was able to help Dr. Madeleine, and he educated her whole family on the, “innate intelligence of the body to heal itself.” As a result, her entire family have experienced the benefits of regular preventative chiropractic care.
As Dr. Madeleine pursued her college education, she became passionate about attending chiropractic doctorate school. She graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2012 with a Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Sciences. She then went on to earn her doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic and graduated magna cum laude. In addition to the rigorous doctorate curriculum at Palmer, Dr. Madeleine earned a prestigious internship with the Troxell Internship Program, the most intensive Gonstead chiropractic program available to students. As part of this internship, she spent hundreds of hours learning and teaching her peers how to be specific and effective chiropractors.


Dr. Madeleine also had the amazing opportunity to participate in a clinic abroad program in Hyderabad, India. The program allowed her to care for the children in underserved community schools as well as the patients, medical doctors and employees of a local hospital. Over the course of two weeks, Dr. Madeleine and her group were able to provide care to thousands of men, women and children in need.


Dr. Madeleine is passionate about her work because she knows every individual has the potential to be truly healthy. Chiropractic adjustments allow for the brain and body to be reconnected, allowing for the body's self-healing mechanisms to work optimally. Dr. Madeleine loves that she gets to see healing in her office every day.


When she's not at the office, Dr. Madeleine enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys outdoor activities and is an admirer of artwork. She has hiked various trails in the Hudson Valley, including the favorite hike up to the fire tower on Mt. Beacon. During high school, she participated in the Art Institute at the Mill Street Loft, and loves the artistic community in Beacon.


Dr. Madeleine couldn't be more excited to serve the community of Beacon!