Hours of Operation
- Monday: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Tuesday: 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm
- Wednesday: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Thursday: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Friday: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
Johnson Family Chiropractic – Normal, IL
Meet The Team
Dr. Josh Johnson
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Josh Johnson received his Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan University in St. Louis. After receiving his doctorate he studied for another year at a Scoliosis Intensive Care Facility, here he specialized in Spinal Correction. Dr. Johnson has been certified in the 5 Essentials of MaxLiving and is also a Sports Performance Council Doctor which has served multiple USA teams including Judo, Wrestling, and Weight Lifting. He is the official chiropractor for the Illinois State University Gamma Phi Circus and adjusts elite athletes all through out the Central Illinois area.
He has also taken care of a variety of artists including Lauren Daigle, LeCrae, Newsboys, and many more. Additionally, he is very active within the community working with local churches and businesses to help them become educated on health and wellness. Since opening the doors of Johnson Family Chiropractic in October of 2010 he has been able to give direction to thousands on how to reclaim their health.
Office Manager/Lead Chiropractic Assistant
Beth started with Johnson Family Chiropractic in the summer of 2013 when she realized how impactful health education and the 5 essentials are. After attending Illinois State University for 5 years, she decided to leave her major to work for Johnson Family Chiropractic’s team full time after personally recovering from a variety of health issues. Through MaxLiving she was able to recover from multiple disc herniations and severe back pain, lose weight, overcome anxiety, and much more.
By living the 5 essentials for over 10 years of her life, she feels she was able to prevent many other health issues and avoid illnesses that could have been detrimental for her quality of life. By managing both day to day office operations and patient’s care she has been able to help many others achieve life change through the 5 Essentials, just as she was able to achieve for herself. Being able to make an impact in the community and in people’s life has been such a wonderful experience and something she takes a lot of pride in.
Technical Chiropractic Assistant/Back Office Manager
John grew up in central Illinois and graduated with an Associate’s Degree in computer science in 2007. He joined Johnson Family Chiropractic’s team in 2011 assisting Dr. Johnson in running back office operations and insurance billing.
John values the care and knowledge he receives at Johnson Family Chiropractic. He has seen many improvements to his health over the years of working here and enjoys helping bring that to the community.
Front Desk Chiropractic Assistant
Kelsey grew up in Missouri and then moved to Illinois in the spring of 2019. Soon before moving she received life changing care at a MaxLiving office in St. Louis and saw how it helped both her and her new born son at the time. She overcame severe back pain, anxiety, and gained valuable holistic knowledge on how to care for both her and her children. She works now as the Front Desk Chiropractic Assistant and takes pride in sharing the knowledge of natural health and wellness to our patients. Specifically she is passionate about encouraging family health as a proud mother of two young boys. She is certified in MaxLiving nutrition and loves assisting patients on the best supplements for their life.
Social Media Manager
Hevelin started working at Johnson Family Chiropractic the spring of 2018 as a front desk chiropractic assistant and then moved on to working remotely as our Social Media manager in 2019. As she learned the importance of natural health and wellness she wanted to make sure our patients had more ways outside the office to learn and maintain their wellness. She knew that social media was an avenue that Johnson Family Chiropractic could use to encourage, teach and stay connected with our patients and our community.