Dr. Laudeman is originally from upstate New York, but new to Rochester. She is excited about being a part of the ANH community! She obtained her undergraduate degree from SUNY New Paltz where she majored in Women’s Studies. It was here where she became an advocate for women and women’s health. Dr. Laudeman then moved on to receive her Doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College (NYCC).
Dr. Laudeman followed a hands-on approach during her education and took initiative to interact with a wide variety of patients. She was a member of the Pediatric Club and served part of her clinical rounds at the Depew Health Center where she learned more about pediatric and pregnancy care. She was then selected to complete further rounds at the Veterans Affairs hospitals in Buffalo and Batavia, NY, and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, in Virginia. During her two months at Fort Belvoir, Dr. Laudeman did additional rotations with the Midwives in the Women's Clinic and Labor and Delivery Ward.
In addition to her academics, Dr. Laudeman became involved in professional advocacy where she was eventually elected by her peers across the nation and became the National Chair of the Student American Chiropractic Association. In this position, Dr. Laudeman empowered future leaders to advocate for both their patients and their profession at the state and national level. Currently, Dr. Laudeman will be serving as the Immediate Past Chair to the SACA National Executive Board.
Dr. Laudeman is also familiar with the Webster Technique and is looking forward to being certified in the spring. Feel free to Ask Dr. Laudeman about any of her previous clinical experience, or her current legislative efforts as she is looking forward to learning more about you!