Anna Bedogne, D.C.




I am a Minnesota native however had been living in Milwaukee where we began our chiropractic career over 13 years ago.  We had a thriving practice in SE Wisconsin however we recently moved to Duluth to be closer to family after our 4th baby was born. Ever since I was 14 years old, I knew I wanted to become a chiropractor.  After suffering from headaches for years, I went to a chiropractor and it changed my life.  From then on I set my path and attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth studying in Human Biology.  I continued my education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA, the leading chiropractic university in the world.  In 2007, I went to the Amazon Rainforest for a clinic abroad trip to service those with no access to healthcare.  It was a humbling experience that molds who I am today.


​I have had the privilege to work with patients from a variety of backgrounds.  From newborn babies to NHL hockey players, to professional gamers I have seen it all!  It makes my job fun and I truly enjoy getting to meet and learn more about each of my patients.  When you come and see me in the office, I will be using the “whole-person” approach when caring for my patients. I feel a special connection to treating headache suffers and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel, and sinus pain since that is why I got into chiropractic in the first place. I use the very best hands-on-techniques, state of the art physiotherapy procedures, and provide highly qualified healthcare advice.  I have spent over 12 years in training to be one of only a few Elite Providers for Active Release Techniques (ART) in the world, with advanced knowledge in treating soft-tissue injuries.  For nearly 10 years I had the honor of be able to help the production lines and staff at SC Johnson’s main manufacturing headquarters.  I was able to help them reduce work-related injuries and pilot programs at two other manufacturing facilities.  It gives me great joy to help improve the lives of people who are what I like to call “occupational athletes” because they have to be at their peak performance for 25-30 years on the job. As I always say, it’s easier to grow healthy kids and fix injured adults!  The reason I got certified in ART was that I was training for the Chicago Marathon and had terrible shin splints and a doctor at school treated me and they were gone immediately.  I couldn’t believe it and knew I needed to do this so I could help more people. Having four children myself, I know the importance of proper biomechanics of the pelvis during pregnancy and delivery and am certified with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) with Webster’s Technique.


I like to run, bike, anything active!  I enjoy traveling, antiquing, restoring homes and furniture, and spending time with my husband and four kids.  I love animals, the outdoors, and living in this magical place near Lake Superior.