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Welcome to Healthcare Complete
Your Newburyport Chiropractor

Call us at 978-499-9355 today.

Healthcare Complete is your Complete Wellness Center for Adults & Children

Our Mission:
To create optimal lifelong health and well-being for families, from newborns to seniors, by caring for the unique needs of the whole person and educating our community about the body's natural ability to heal.

Our Distinguishing Features:

Individualized Chiropractic Care  

Pediatric & Perinatal Certified

Customized Nutritional Counseling

Rehabilitative Exercise


Located on the scenic Merrimac River in Newburyport, Healthcare Complete is dedicated to guiding you along the path to wellness. As soon as you walk into Healthcare Complete in Newburyport, we will welcome you as a part of our wellness family and care for you as an individual with unique needs.

You will feel comfortable and at ease here, for you will receive only the finest quality care from a Pediatric/Perinatal Certified Chiropractor; utilizing modern chiropractic equipment and technology, specific nutritional testing methods, therapeutic modalities, and targeted exercise programs. The owner of Healthcare Complete, Dr. Jennah Dieter, is passionate about improving the health of the community and presenting a vitalistic approach to health. She addresses your needs holistically; identifying the cause of your health challenges and empowering you to take charge of your health and reach your maximum potential. From newborns to seniors, we help the entire family to attain and maintain total health and a better way of life through chiropractic, nutrition, exercise and wellness lifestyle choices!

If you are new to our website, please feel free to discover and learn about chiropractic wellness. Become an exclusive member of our website to access the member wellness section for wellness articles, resources, exercises and health facts. Also, "LIKE US" on Facebook and subscribe to our blog, Wellness Notes, for up-to-date promotions, community wellness events, recipes and more!


Yours in health,  

Dr. Jennah Dieter
Doctor of Chiropractic, Clinical Nutritionist, Community Educator
Healthcare Complete |  978-499-9355



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Meet the Chiropractor

  • Jennah Dieter
    DC, CACCP
    Pediatric/Perinatal Certified/Chiropractor Advanced Clinical Nutritionist

    Dr. Jennah Dieter earned her Bachelor's degree in Health and Exercise Science from Wake Forest University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic.

Our Location

Office Hours

Monday:

2-6 PM

Tuesday:

10-2 PM

Wednesday:

10-1 PM

3-6 PM

Thursday:

3-6 PM

Friday:

10-2 PM

Saturday:

CLOSED

Sunday:

CLOSED

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Jennah continues to be a lifesaver! Her skills in chiropractic and nutritional care are truly beneficial and have positively impacted the quality of my life! She takes all angles of your life into consideration and offers well-rounded and holistic suggestions and changes to be made. I first came to her office miserable with symptoms from my autoimmune disease...now 3 years later in conjunction with my traditional medical team, I am symptom free and healthy! The care I receive at Healthcare Complete is priceless and definitely worth the hour drive from Boston every month!"
    Bri D.
  • "Excellent care for adults and children. Would highly recommend."
    Natale S.
  • "Jennah is an exceptional and caring practitioner"
    Ann Marie S.

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