Dr.Rosemary BatanjskiClinic Director
Dr. Batanjski believes that nothing is more valuable in this world than your health & your family. She is committed to providing optimal health and wellness to her patients and the community with excellent standards in chiropractic care and complementary health services.
With over 20 years of experience in the health & wellness field she has committed her life to wellness and providing patient-centered care to the City of Warren and surrounding areas. Dr. Batanjski is exclusively known for her “infectious” personality and her heart of gold. She is known for her philanthropy and her generous nature. You will always see her volunteering for causes that are important to her and her family.
Over the last five years she has been on the board of directors for many organizations. Currently she serves as the founding president for a non-profit she helped start with a her colleagues. This organization called Women Chiropractors goal is to empower and mentor women chiropractors around the world. In 2018, she was proudly named Women Chiropractor of the Year.
You will also see Dr. Rose on stage. As a sought after motivational speaker and lecturer she brings her passion to schools, state associations and chiropractic organizations. Her topics include: personal development and motivation, business, human resources and leadership training.
Dr. Batanjski attended National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, and has pursued her post graduate certificate in pediatrics. She currently sits as a board member for several organizations, including President of Womens Chiropractors. Besides her commitment to her practice, she enjoys public speaking, teaching Sunday School, volunteering for her children’s school and spending time with her husband Milorad and her two beautiful children Dusan & Dijana.
Dr.Elisabeth SteczekChiropractic Physician
Dr. Elisabeth Steczek, known to her patients as Dr. Beth, credits a chiropractor with changing her life when she was just 10 years old. That transformative experience inspired her to become a chiropractor herself.
“My mother noticed I had been limping. At the time, she was seeing a chiropractor who suggested bringing me in to be checked. He did an evaluation and saw something he didn’t like. My hip joint, right at the ball of the hip, had a fracture at the growth plate. I was in surgery within 4 days,” she says. “Without him thinking outside the box, I would have been disabled. That is the type of doctor I strive to be. To listen, to thoroughly evaluate, to think outside the box, to exhaust every possibility, and not let the patient give up on themselves.”
Dr. Beth graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida in 2008 with her Doctorate in Chiropractic. She utilizes a range of chiropractic techniques and specializes in herniated and bulging discs, and spinal stenosis. Dr. Beth is dedicated to helping people of all ages without the use of drugs or surgery.
Dr. Beth grew up in Harrison Township and attended L’Anse Creuse High School. In 2000, she moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania to attend the private, all-women’s Cedar Crest College where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology. She returned home to Michigan following her post-graduate studies.
When she’s not at work, Dr. Beth spends her free time with her husband, Mike, and children, Lila and Ethan. She also enjoys reading and baking.
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