Dr. Loveridge went to Black Hills State University to receive her bachelor’s degree of Applied Science in Exercise Science with a Minor in Health. She then attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN where she acquired her Doctorate in Chiropractic.
She acquired her Doctorate in Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. A variety of different types of chiropractic internships gave Dr Loveridge more experience prior to attaining her doctorate.
Her practice focus is prenatal, pediatric and family wellness care. She's a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), through which she has attained her certification in Prenatal Chiropractic, Webster Technique, and has taken numerous pediatric courses.
Dr. Loveridge has been Webster Certified since 2017 by the legendary Dr. Jeanne Ohm herself! The Webster Technique is a specialized technique for pregnant women that focuses on the balancing of the pelvis to allow for the best possible pregnancy and delivery for mom and baby.
Dr. Loveridge has a love for helping moms and expecting mothers.
Arielle currently resides in Rapid City, where she lives with her husband, Will, who she has been married to since 2019. Arielle and Will met in high school English class in Rapid City. Will left the area for the time he spent in the Air Force. Arielle and Will have a 3 year old daughter, Falon. Two family dogs, Bob (One year old Shiba Inu) and Molly (10 year old Shiba Inu/Chihuahua mix) make up the rest of their family. In Arielle’s free time, she loves to explore the Black Hills with her family while camping, hiking, biking. Some of her favorite things: COFFEE (she loves the taste but not caffeine, so Decaf it is!), babies, and the beach!
My journey started back when I was growing up. My mother raised our family very holistically. She was ahead of her time when it came to nutrition and natural medicine. We were raised with frequent visits to the chiropractor, homeopathy, herbs, supplements with her mindset as “let thy food be thy medicine”. When I chose my major in undergrad, I had an interest in health thanks to my smart mom! I was actually quite disappointed with the information taught during my health minor as it wasn’t in line with my concept of obtaining true health that I had learned with my upbringing.
I had a desire to learn more about natural health as graduation neared. In consideration for post graduation careers-my frequent visits to the chiropractor treating for a car accident sparked my interest in entering that field. After application to chiropractic school, I was accepted and off I went to Northwestern Health Sciences University. While in school I developed a passion for prenatal and pediatric chiropractic, leading me to further my training for these special populations.