Dr. Bek Jarzombek

Hi, I’m Dr. Bek Jarzombek: Doctor of Chiropractic for humans and animals. My patients include dogs, cats, horses, equestrian riders, livestock, and exotic animals. I believe ‘movement is life’ and have a passion for empowering my patients to live life without a "hitch”.


In addition to my chiropractic licensure, I have been granted additional certification by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA), the world leader in animal chiropractic. This additional certification establishes that I have met specific standards of knowledge and clinical competency within the chiropractic and veterinarian professions.


Giddy Up Chiropractic was inspired through the death of my father. He passed away when I was 18 years old. His passing sparked my original desire to become a doctor, not yet knowing the specialty I would pursue. As the years progressed, my own journey of health ailments from horse riding accidents led me to seek out alternative answers and solutions. I began to develop a principle that: “Movement is Life” and it became very evident that Chiropractic was my vehicle of choice to initiate healing for humans and animals.


When you look at the design of the body, two legged or four legged, it’s clear that it’s at its best when every joint is able to MOVE freely, dynamically, and adapt to the environment’s demand. Where there is motion, there is life. With that, comes proper nerve impulse for the brain and body to efficiently communicate. Chiropractic ensures the nervous system of every vertebrate creature, 2 or 4 legged is maximized to 100% capacity. This includes the brain, spinal cord and spinal nerves which give neurological instructions to all other systems in the body. Because of these principals, my chiropractic work is known for maximizing athletic performance, preventing injuries and reducing recovery time.


At a young age, my first personal experience with chiropractic was after sustaining a significant horse-riding accident. I was thrown off my horse and severely injured. After the initial acute medical treatment, consistent chiropractic care helped my body heal, adapt, prevent future injuries, and maintain health and performance.


As a result, I have dedicated my professional career to this non-invasive wellness specialty that focuses on spinal health and its neurology.



Giddy Up Chiropractic accomplishes three elements with all patients:

  1. Maximize Athletic Performance

Performance comes from the brain and body being able to efficiently communicate and send messages back and forth. This takes place through the neurological highway that we call the brain and spine. Therefore, it makes sense to keep this system, called the nervous system, maximized and healthy.

  1. Prevent Injuries

Injuries occur on two levels: acute and chronic. Acute is something that has happened recently. Chronic is something that has been developing over a long period of time. If we maintain the spine and body like a luxury vehicle should be, many injuries related to ligaments, tendons, muscles, biomechanical insufficiencies, and pain patterns can be avoided or solved.

  1. Reduce Healing/Recovery time

No creature is perfect. And Injuries do happen. However, quickening the process of healing is possible. Cells require three things to survive and thrive: oxygen, glucose, and activation. Oxygen is the proper exchange of gas, glucose is the proper nutrition or fuel, and activation is the impulse needed to maintain strong neurological communication. The chiropractic adjustment is the fastest method of activation to reset the nervous system of the brain and body.


It’s been exciting to contribute the “Movement is Life” principle, thus far, to all of my patients. There is a great need for real deal chiropractic. I am very excited to be a new team member of Integrative Veterinary Care and contribute my chiropractic expertise.

Linda Olenick

Linda has always had a passion for being of service to people and animals. After 34 years of teaching emotionally, behaviorally and academically challenged students, she retired and began pursuing her interest in animal wellness. Having rescued a dog from the streets of Tijuana, Linda began a journey of attending to her dog’s special needs. Some of which traditional veterinary care did not address. She discovered the benefits of acupuncture, massage, laser therapy and chiropractic care in helping her precious companion recover and gain good health. This inspired her to begin a new path of gaining as many skills as possible to help create and maintain wellness for animals.
Linda is a graduate of the Lang Institute of Canine Massage where she received 663 hours of training in canine anatomy, physiology, massage, structure and movement, nutrition, disease, breeds and breed behavior, gait assessment and hygiene. Linda is also a Level 4 Healing Touch for Animal practitioner. Healing Touch is an energy field clearing therapy that supports the body to self-heal. Some of the techniques include trauma release, vertebral release and repair, chakra and chi balance, sound therapy (i.e., use of specialized tuning forks), and advanced essential oil applications. Her additional training includes laser therapy, Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) and Ozone Therapy.
Linda is described by clients as having a calm and centering presence with a strong passion for helping animals. In her spare time Linda is either creating one of a kind functional ceramic pieces in her home-based studio or is outside enjoying nature with her dog, Colin.

Her mission is to create space to nurture, provide and restore comfort to all living things.

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