701 N. Mulberry Street
Elizabethtown, KY 4270
Doctor of Chiropractic William C. Eriksen founded Eriksen Chiropractic Centers Oct. 9, 1972. In February of 1972 Dr. Eriksen was traveling around central Kentucky when he stopped for the night in Elizabethtown. Dr. Eriksen was entranced with the community and soon after returned with his wife and children. On Oct. 9, 1972 Dr. Eriksen opened his first Chiropractic Clinic in his adopted community. Oct. 27, 1986 marked the date he opened his second office located in north Hardin County in the city of Radcliff. Dr. Eriksen has been providing chiropractic care to Hardin County for over 27 years and continues to educate the community on the benefits of Chiropractic.
Dr. Eriksen studied under Dr. Clarance Gonstead at the Gonstead Clinic. In December of 1971 he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic and received his Kentucky State Chiropractic License in 1972. Since graduation Dr. Eriksen has taken numerous continuing education courses in performing independent medical exams; he has completed the DABCO course and is eligible to sit for Board Certification. He has also taken a number of educational courses through the Kentucky Chiropractic Society. Dr. Eriksen is a Fellow in the American Back Society and belongs to the Kentucky Chiropractic Society and the Hardin County Regional Chiropractic Society. He is a Lions Club member, a Mason, and a Kentucky Colonel.
Dr. Eriksen, originally from Alta, Iowa, married Sarah Siekmann of Albert City, Iowa and they have 5 children. The eldest Dr. Jennifer Eriksen, D. C. Esq., is currently attaining her Masters in Health Law at Loyola in Chicago. Dr. Paul W. Eriksen D.C. is currently providing chiropractic health care to the people of Hodgenville, KY. In addition to Jennifer and Paul, their other children are Teddi Michele Eriksen, who is now attending University of KY; Kelli Ann Eriksen, 14; and Maxwell Hayes Eriksen, 13.