Chiropractic Care Created Precisely For You
Meet the Doctors
Paul L. Peters, DC, DACBSP
Dr. Peters and his wife Kim were raised on farms near Mallard, Iowa and began their educations at Mankato State University. Dr. Peters received his Doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport. Dr. Peters has extensive training and experience in the areas of sports, general practice, personal injuries and wellness. The family enjoys a relationship with Christ, sports, hunting, fishing, vacationing and nature in general. Dr. Peters favorite times are being with his wife and children; however, when not with them he enjoys covering sporting events and time on their acreage.
Dr. Peters has been in practice for 28 years in Madrid. He has served the community as both a Chiropractor and a primary care provider serving all ages and economic backgrounds. His passion is Chiropractic, caring for and helping people reach their optimal health potential. When asked what he likes most about working with the public, he responds, "Seeing people and families, young and old, growing in all aspects of life (spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually)".
28 years + experience.
Ongoing formal training on General Family Practice, Sports Injury, Personal Injury, and Wellness Care.
Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physician.
Lecturer at C.E. accredited sponsored events and conventions.
Team physician for Madrid High School football for 25 years and has been on medical teams at the local, state, national, and international events.
Has developed and maintained working relationships with multi-disciplinary health care specialists from the regional area.
2 week rotation at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.
Reggie Clifton, DC, CCSP, Certified Acupuncturist
Dr. Reggie Clifton is a graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa. He is a certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, certified Chiropractic Rehabilitation Physician, certified in Kinesio Taping and Acupuncture. He spent 17 years in private practice. The last 12 years he has been working for the Department of Defense as a Chiropractic Physician for active duty military personnel at military bases in the United States and Japan.
Highlights of his career include working as a chiropractor with the World of Outlaws and NASCAR. He also was the attending doctor for thee Indianola High School Boys Basketball Team culminating in the 2001 state championship.
Dr. Clifton and his wife reside in Urbandale. They have three married daughters, and seven grandchildren.
He looks forward to working with Dr. Peters, Dede and Delaney at Global Wellness Clinic in Madrid, Iowa.
Brett Mathes, DC
Dr. Brett Mathes is originally from Madrid, IA and recently graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic located in Davenport, IA. While in school he obtained certification in McKenzie Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) as well as working with Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) techniques. He anticipates growing his practice into a more sports-oriented one in the next few years.
Dr. Brett lives in Madrid and enjoys spending his spare time working out and staying active while being involved within his community. You may find him on the High Trestle Trail walking his dog, Gus.
He looks forward to not only working with the wonderful team members at Global Wellness Chiropractic Clinics but is equally excited to help people benefit and understand chiropractic to a level that they will recommend their family and friends to regular chiropractic care.
Meet our Staff
DeDe Novotny, Delaney Lunaburg, Deb Safley, Chris Swanson
Brett Mathes, Paul Peters, Reggie Clifton
Our Ethics Policy
The purpose for this Ethics Policy is to support the culture of openness, trust, and integrity in all Global Wellness Clinic, P.C. management, and business practices. A well-understood ethics policy requires the participation and support of every GWC employee.
We are committed to the responsible use of GWC assets, to provide accurate, complete and objective information, to respect the confidentially of financial and other information, to act in good faith and exercise due care in all we do, to comply with all the rules and regulations and to proactively promote ethical behavior.
The Global Wellness Clinic, P.C.'s Codes of Ethics is built on GWC values. As such, we acknowledge our individual responsibility to ensure our success by practicing and promoting the following values. These values reflect a shared view of how we want to operate and be seen by others.
What is Global Wellness Clinic, P.C.?
A Chiropractic health model/system made up of a synergistic team where as the whole is greater than the sum of it's parts.
Whole = An environment and experience that allows all "parts" the ultimate potential for spiritual, financial, emotional and physical wellbeing. Parts = Include the staff, doctor, community, families, PATIENTS, and even 3rd party payers.
"To help as many people benefit from and understand chiropractic to a level that they refer their family and friends to benefit from chiropractic."
We pursue our mission with honor, fairness, and respect for the individual, ever mindful that there is no "right way" to do the "wrong thing." We uphold the values of GWC in every action and decision. We are committed to act in good faith, to comply with the rule of the law and GWC polices and regulations.
We are dedicated to a single purpose, fueled by caring thoughts and actions. We serve responsibly as members of the community in which we live and work. Our intent for our employees is to represent our community, so we can maximize the relationship between our Patients and GWC.
At GWC, we remain dedicated to Patients and their overall health. We hold ourselves to the same standards of excellence that make GWC a great company. We are committed to discovery and continuous improvement in developing and implementing our patient care, products, and services.
We believe that striving to be the best in our work, our relationships, our ideas, and our services is the greatest demonstration of our pledge to Patient satisfaction. We are determined to do the best at what matters most. Our success depends on our employees' ability to deliver the consistent level of excellence expected by all who rely on us.
We value our GWC employees and Patients and treat them with respect as individuals. We operate in a climate of openness and trust in which each of us fully grants others respect and cooperation.
In an effort to support our mission, we are willing to take potential risks. We strive to be proactive, innovated, and creative in all we do.
Code of Ethics
The summary code of ethics includes the following provisions:
" Global Wellness Clinic, P.C. employees must:
Be honest and ethical in their conduct, including ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships.
Comply with applicable government laws, rules, and regulations.
Maintain the confidentially of information entrusted to them by the GWC or its patients except when authorized or otherwise legally obligated to disclose.
Deal fairly with GWC Patients, suppliers, competitors, and employees.
Provide constituents with information that is accurate, completely objective, relevant, timely, and understandable.
Proactively promote ethical behavior as a responsible partner among peers in the work environment.
Protect and ensure the proper use of company assets.
Prohibit improper or fraudulent influences over the External Auditor.
GWC is committed to provide a work environment that values the Patients mind, body, and spirit to empower the patient to achieve optimal wellness.
Conflict of Interest
The underlying principle of "conflict of interest" is that employees should avoid any activity, investment, or interest that might reflect unfavorably on the reputation of Global Wellness Clinic, P.C.
As representatives of Global Wellness Clinic, P.C., employees are obligated to place the interest of GWC, in any transaction involving GWC, ahead of any personal interest or personal gain, and to disclose all facts in any situation where potential conflict of interest may arise.
Employees are expected to seek clarification and discuss any questions about potential conflict of interest with their supervisor.
Company Property and Information
Employees are expected to protect and maintain confidentiality regarding GWC's property including cash, equipment, records, and employee and Patient information.