Dr. Shelby Lee was born and raised in Minot, ND. Dr. Shelby knew she wanted to be a chiropractor at a young age due to her struggle with scoliosis. Chiropractic helped her feel better through the years.
She attended the Minot State University for 2 years studying anatomy and cell biology before moving to Bloomington, MN in January 2015. There she completed her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University in April 2018. Throughout her studies, she saw firsthand how chiropractic and acupuncture paired well when treating patients. She decided to continue her schooling and received her Masters of Acupuncture in April 2020.
Dr. Shelby is passionate about promoting evidence-based health to her patients through the use of chiropractic, acupuncture, and other holistic modalities. She connects with her patients through trust, education, and a “whole-body” approach to health care. She is excited to be back in her hometown providing care to her community and helping individuals reach their health goals. When not in the office, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
American Chiropractic Association Member
North Dakota Chiropractic Association Member
Chiropractic Acupuncture Board Certified
Rocktape and Kinesiology Taping
ABOUT THE CLINIC
At New Dawn, our mission is to empower our patients through “whole-body” care through the use of integrative medicine with an emphasis on overall health and wellness. Our vision is to help the patient have a better understanding of their treatment by becoming an active participant in the process. As an integrative care clinic, we will promote a person-centered approach that inspires and educates the health and wellness of the patient and community.
New Dawn represents the idea that every day is a new beginning. It is important what someone does with that new beginning and how it can impact their life. Every choice we make for our health can impact our future. New Dawn will be that comforting place to learn how to take their healthcare into their hands. It is important for the patient to be in control of their health every step of the way.