EVCC Clinic Resized  Raleigh  015 1 jpgThe Doctor & Staff

Dr. Nicholas Peck, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Peck attended Boise State University and Life University, School of Chiropractic in Atlanta Georgia.

Dr. Peck is married to Andi, who earned her PhD in Biochemistry from Boston University. Andi is co-owner a Reality firm in Oregon.. When not in practice, you can find Dr. Peck involved with his family Sailing, Skiing, Fly Fishing or Golfing.

Chiropractic Adjusting Methods

  • Full Spine/Diversified, Atlanta GA
  • Spinal Flexion & Distraction, National College, Chicago, Ill
  • State of Washington Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Seattle, WA
  • National Board of Physical Therapy, New York
  • Activator, Phoenix, AZ

STATE LICENSE: Washington State (Active)

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

  • Radiology of Bone Disease, Seattle WA
  • Spinal Trauma and Whiplash, Seattle WA
  • Washington State Chiropractic Association

MEMBERSHIPS and ASSOCIATIONS:

  • Clark County Chiropractic Association
  • Washington State Chiropractic Association
  • American Chiropractic Association
  • Vancouver Chamber of Commerce

Inna Gubar - Front Desk ManagerIna

I'm originally from Russia and have lived in America for most of my life. My husband and I have two beautiful daughters, we love to go shopping and Hiking. My goal is to provide the best service to all of our patients and to make sure that you have a great experience in our office.


Kip Wilson, Massage Therapist 2014 09 24 2012 19 07

I’ve been a massage therapist for ten years and enjoy most seeing how effective massage is in reducing muscle pain and easing injury recovery and in promoting ones well being. When I’m not doing massages I enjoy spending time with my wife, Kelly and our four kids. We also have a dog, cat, and snake. Who all enjoy having a massage therapist in the family (except for the snake). I also enjoy making art and gardening. I plan to one day have a killer vegetable garden.



kateKate Rudigier, EAMP

East Asian Medicine Practitioner
Board Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology

Kate received her Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2007. A four-year mentorship with the Dean of the college was an invaluable experience in acupuncture protocols, the application of herbal medical theory, and in the creation of custom herbal formulas for patients.

Prior to moving to the Vancouver area in 2015, Kate had a private practice in Chicago for seven years and continued her herbal education. She received Diplomate status from the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine in 2012. Kate continues to study the classical texts and formulas of Chinese medicine and has participated in several advanced seminars and clinical rounds.

Kate treats a wide range of disorders using acupuncture, body techniques (gua sha and cupping) and electronic stimulation of acupuncture points. Herbal formulas are tailored to each patient using clinical signs and symptoms and Chinese medical diagnostics. Areas of particular interest include: internal medicine, pain management, cancer support, women's health, male and female infertility, autoimmune and digestive complaints.

In her free time Kate enjoys hikes and outdoor explorations, learning about native plants and ‏wildlife of her new home in the beautiful PNW, and experimenting in the kitchen.