“Aiming to create an environment that promotes the restoration and optimization of health, happiness and prosperity and to become an influencer in promotion, education, and execution of natural health.”


Dr. Carlee Brockman

Dr. Carlee Brockman received her Doctorate of Chiropractic, and Degree in Human Biology from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. 

She has passion in educating and helping her patients move their bodies towards health, naturally. Throughout the last few years, Dr. Carlee has completed over 400 additional hours of educational programs in Applied Kinesiology, Functional Medicine, Nutrition, and Allergy Testing. She utilizes AK muscle testing, diversified manual and Activator techniques, as well as drop-piece table adjusting; in combination with her knowledge in nutrition, to provide safe and effective care to better help her patients reach full body wellness.

Dr. Carlee has experience helping patients with spine and joint pain, gut disorders, inflammatory conditions, food sensitivities, and hormonal imbalances, through patient education and natural treatment. Her primary focus is Women, Pediatrics, and Pregnancy.

Dr. Carlee is from Hastings Minnesota, and relocated to Franklin in the spring of 2017. In her spare time Dr. Carlee enjoys teaching yoga, getting outside, and spending time with family and friends. She is excited to become an active member of the East Nash area.

Dr. Mark Wetzel


Dr. Mark Wetzel received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Science University in Minneapolis Minnesota.  


Being intrigued in finding the root cause of his patient’s dysfunction, he has attended an additional 300+ hours of additional educational programs focused on Chiropractic Neurology and Applied Kinesiology. These learned skills, in addition to Muscle Testing, and his Chiropractic Adjustments allow him to have better access to the nervous system and fix the body from a neurological standpoint.  Dr. Mark has a passion for treating and educating patients who want to achieve a healthier lifestyle, and enjoys helping them reach their health and fitness goals.


Dr. Mark completed his undergraduate studies from Indiana University. During his time at Indiana University Dr. Mark received a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and competed with the Men’s Swimming and Diving Team. He specializes in body optimization, sports performance, and injury prevention/rehab.


Kimberly Breese


Kim began her professional career in sales and marketing.  She received a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication from Ohio University and a master’s degree in communication from Northwestern University.  In 2015, she left her job as a Director of Sales for a fast-growing start-up after her health took a downward spiral. This propelled her to uncover the benefits of self-healing through a variety of holistic and integrative approaches that eventually led to Healing Touch.

Her first experience with Healing Touch was life changing. Fascinated by the effectiveness of Healing Touch, she wanted to learn more about the therapy and techniques. In January 2016, she started her training with the Healing Touch Program and successfully completed the 5 levels of education and passed the board-certified Healing Touch Proficiency Exam, which qualifies her as a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner. Through her training, she realized the connection the mind, body and spirit can have to an individual’s overall health and well-being. She is excited to share the benefits of the practice to help others on their own healing journeys.

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Leah Benjamin


Leah Benjamin, Licensed Massage Therapist.
I received my Massage Therapy Certification at Cumberland Institute, Tennessee's oldest school of Holistic Massage Therapy. I am experienced in many styles of bodywork including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Acupressure, Prenatal, and Energy Reading and Clearing.

I believe that given the right opportunities, the body can heal itself.  As people, we are here for each other, and can help facilitate the healing by giving the body the opportunities it needs with bodywork. My passion for bodywork comes from the benefits I have experienced through receiving it myself. Receiving bodywork has been a catalyst through many phases of my life while regenerating and healing through injuries, work related physical discomfort, emotional tension, spiritual growth, and the need for relaxation. 

Whether you are looking for tension relief, targeted work (I love neck and shoulder therapy!), relaxation, or to overall enhance your well being, we can work together for a customized, integrative session, using the appropriate modality in each area of your body for the best results. 

I am pleased to provide sessions within East Nashville Chiropractic on Fridays from 10:30am to 6:30pm. 

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I am a nurturing mother and partner with a passion for the outdoors, locally grown sustainable food, fermentation, and wild-crafted arts of many forms. I grew up on the beaches of the North Fork of Long Island, fishing and clamming the salty waters in the summer, and staying cozy with my father's hand built wood stove in the winter. I have lived in Middle Tennessee for over 20 years, and love the relaxed pace and genuine kindness of the people.