About Dr. Sutphin


Dr. Rebecca Sutphin was raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. She went to UNC Wilmington for her undergraduate degree in Anthropology and received her Master of Arts degree in Bioarchaeology from NC State University with a specialization in Forensic Anthropology. She worked in manufacturing at Burt's Bees Inc. for 3 years before pursuing Chiropractic education. She attended Logan University in St. Louis and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in December 2017. 

Chiropractic & Acupuncture Inspiration


Dr. Sutphin gained interest in health and wellness while pursuing her forensic science studies.  After suffering trauma from being hit by a car while riding her bicycle, Dr. Sutphin was amazed when Chiropractic care allowed her to quickly regain her normal function and brought effective pain relief without medication. She was inspired to go to Logan University to pursue a Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

While studying at Chiropractic school, Dr. Sutphin received Traditional Chinese Acupuncture treatments for recurring digestive issues. She was shocked when her severe IBS symptoms improved overnight after having experienced upset for several years. No longer needing medications, she was inspired to start learning about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and investigate combining Chiropractic treatments with Acupuncture. Three years later, Dr. Sutphin achieved her goal to be a Chiropractic Acupuncturist and holds a Certificate in Acupuncture and Meridian Therapy in addition to her Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree. 

Chiropractic Training

Dr. Sutphin has been trained in several specialized Chiropractic techniques including Diversified, Sacro-Occipital Technique, Activator, Thompson, COX Flexion-Distraction, and received a 100 Hour Certification in Applied Kinesiology (AK) from the American Board of Applied Kinesiology. 

Dr. Sutphin blends cupping, soft tissue protocols and trigger point release to assist the benefits of the chiropractic adjustment and muscle manual therapy.

While attending Logan University Dr. Sutphin interned at the University's Viscerosomatic Center. At the clinic she was able to incorporate Functional Medicine and Nutrition plans along with Chiropractic and Acupuncture treatments to assist patients with both musculoskeletal complaints and digestive, immune, or endocrine disorders. 

Dr. Sutphin has received over 350 hours of Chiropractic Acupuncture education and pursues continuing education each year.