About Our Practice

Dr. Grace Johnstone graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic and founded Hardwick Chiropractic in 1993. She was drawn to a wide array of chiropractic techniques and early on became enthralled with BioGeometric Integration (BGI). Grace has enjoyed teaching chiropractors and chiropractic students for BGI Seminars for many years, and has continued her exploration to include osteopathic techniques, visceral and neural manipulation. A severe case of Lyme disease and the resultant Lyme meningitis and radiculoneuritis she experienced deepened her understanding of Lyme and introduced her to hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), which allowed her to recover and return to practice and the work she loves. Certified in Hyperbaric and Undersea Medicine in 2016, she also heads up Community Hyperbaric and Hyperbaric Vermont, a nonprofit that provides HBOT and provider training in HBOT for those who wish to offer it to their patients.

Dr. Rick Eschholz, DC graduated from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in 2003. He became interested in becoming a chiropractor after working the front desk in a chiropractic office and experiencing getting adjusted. He has completed the BGI Academy of Mastery, a chiropractic seminar series lead by Dr. Sue Brown, the developer of BGI who continually pushed the evolution of chiropractic. He also has extensive training in osteopathic approaches to working with the central and peripheral nervous system, as well as the organ systems. He works with people of all ages, expectant moms and newborns, and also adjusts animals. Rick considers himself lucky to work with the innate wisdom of the body to help people experience their fullest expression of health.

We believe that wellness care and chiropractic care go hand-in-hand, and are honored to work with you on your journey to greater health and wellbeing. Please join us.

It is the policy of Hardwick Chiropractic not to discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability.