Dr. Hillary Hushower
Dr. Hillary Hushower is originally from Michigan, where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Biology at Ferris State University. She then lived in Iowa where she completed her chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Her first experience with chiropractic care was in high school and playing sports. In 2007 she collaborated with other chiropractors to open a free clinic in Manaus, Brazil. Dr. Hillary loves to focuses on pregnancy and pediatrics. She fully understands breech positioning and is certified in Webster Technique. Dr. Hillary is certified in chiropractic pediatrics. In her spare time, Dr. Hillary enjoys outdoors activities, playing with her kids, and traveling with her husband.
Dr. Ashley Susie
Dr. Ashley Susie was born and raised in Clinton, Iowa. She attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where she graduated with honors receiving a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology. She was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and the Strata Women’s Honor Society while at Coe College. Dr. Ashley was a triage volunteer at St. Luke’s Hospital, in Iowa, for four years. Additionally, she completed a summer research internship in molecular physiology at the University of Iowa and a health science internship while at Coe College. Dr. Ashley attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where she graduated summa cum laude and Salutatorian, receiving her doctorate of Chiropractic. While at Palmer, she also completed elective seminars in Activator and Flexion Distraction technique.
Dr. Ashley ultimately chose the profession of Chiropractic as it was an ideal fit for her personal philosophy and drive to help others. She believes chiropractic care can help people live to their fullest potential and she is excited to have the opportunity to help others at Rangeline Chiropractic.
Dr. Emily Grove
Dr Emily Grove grew up here in southern Indiana and received her Bachelor of Sciences with a minor in Biology at Purdue University in 2010. She was a Presidential scholar, a Keller scholar and was inducted into the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor society. While attending Purdue University, she showed horses, sheep and cattle with the Purdue livestock club, volunteered at local 4H events and co-coached a Special Olympics team. For 4 years, Dr. Grove volunteered at and served on the board at Therapeion Therapeutic riding center where she worked with children and adults with mental and physical disabilities, and veterans in the wounded warrior program through therapeutic horseback lessons. Dr Grove graduated with her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2018. While at Palmer she took additional course work in Thompson and Activator and spent her last 2 semesters as a intern in the radiology department on campus. She spent her final semester working side by side with one of the countries’ leading Sacro-Occipital Technique clinicians and clinical nutritionist here in Indiana. During this last semester she also got Advanced Proficiency Activator Certified. After graduation, Dr Grove married her husband and moved to Orlando FL where he worked. After a year and a couple hurricanes she and her husband decided to move back to Indiana to be closer to family. Dr Grove and her husband have 2 cats, a dog and a horse that they call their kids. She loves cooking, traveling and training her dog for obedience competition. She grew up being seen by a caring and giving chiropractor that did everything he could to serve his patients and his community and now as a chiropractor she strives to follow his example.