Arctic Medical Center
288 W 34th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99503
Meet Our Team
Dr. Chester Bradstreet – Medical Doctor
Dr. Chester Bradstreet is a Medical doctor in Anchorage, Alaska. He received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and has been in practice for over 10 years, where he treats a broad range of conditions.
When not helping other, Dr. Bradstreet enjoys hiking, backpacking, fly fishing, the outdoors, and traveling.
Dr. Michael Gruenwald – Medical Doctor
Dr. Michael Gruenwald is an Orthopedic Specialist, who has been a Trauma and Orthopedic Surgeon for over 30 years. Dr. Gruenwald has won the title “Best Doctor in America” every year since 2003, has taught and guest lectured all over the world and now brings his expertise in pain management to Alaska.
Dr. Gruenwald loves to spend his spare time outdoors. If he is not hiking and exploring the majestic views Alaska offers, you will find him on the water fishing, or capturing Alaska’s many wonders through the lens of his camera. He is also an excellent soaring pilot.
Erika Dominick – Nurse Practitioner
Erika is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She began her career in heath care by volunteering at York Hospital in Pennsylvania when she was fourteen years old and completed her Masters of Science in Nursing at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. During her 17 years of medical experience ranging from home health care to the intensive care unit, Erika has become passionate about helping patients improve their quality of life while avoiding surgery and pain medication.
When Erika is not in the clinic helping her patients with their wellness journey, you will find her spending time outdoors with her husband and their three sons hiking, fishing, and doing anything to stay active. Her combination of clinical education, hands on experience, and love for exercise provide a strong foundation for the kind of holistic approach to patients that she feels is critical to exceptional patient care and optimal body functioning.
Dr, Laura Toomey – Doctor of Physical Therapy
Dr. Laura Toomey graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2014. She began her PT career working at one of the largest public hospitals in the country and Level 1 Trauma Center, Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, for four years where she saw a wide variety of patient populations and specialties from trauma, to neurology, pediatrics, spine, transplants, orthopedic, and medical/surgical patients.
Dr. Laura began traveling as PT in 2018 with her husband and fellow PT Dr. David Huie.
They have since expanded their skills in physical therapy working in different settings including sub-acute rehabilitation, outpatient, home health, and acute care. They have been to Texas, South Carolina, California and now finally Alaska – The number ONE on their bucket list!
Dr. Laura is passionate about her career as a physical therapist as she enjoys helping her patients return to their activities and prior level of function without limitation. Dr Laura uses evidence-cased practice and focuses on teaching her patients functional movements and correcting movement patterns to ensure lasting outcomes.
Outside of her work, she enjoys traveling, hiking, spoiling her dog, and exploring Alaska!
Tania Honeycutt – CCP, LMT, NCBTMB
Tania is a Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Certified Gainswave& Femiwave Provider, Certified Lipo Laser Specialist, Certified Emface Practitioner & Certified Cryoskin specialist. She has a passion for noninvasive therapies.
Tania works closely with the Physicians and Nurse Practitioners at Arctic Medical Center to provide the best individualized care possible.
Tania enjoys life in Alaska with hobbies of exploring the outdoors to experimenting in the kitchen. She is thankful to share these moments and make memories with her children and close friends.
Rachel: Licensed Massage Therapist
Rachel Dearborn is a Licensed Massage Therapist who graduated from Alaska Career college, awarded the Alpha Betta Kappa membership for her attention to detail and excellence in her work.
While completing her certification she attended all extra-curricular volunteer work; mayors run, WOMEN’S run, and woman’s 2 day retreat at Kenai Lake hosted by CampFire Alaska. At these events students worked with the public to introduce the positive effects of massage targeting low back pain, planter fascia, and trigger point treatments.
Her work coordinates with ongoing treatments plans to individualize every session and maximize results.