Chiropractic – My Journey
“I want to be a part of this.” This is what I said when I first learned what a chiropractor does.
Before I started my studying to become a chiropractor, I had never been to a chiropractor nor did I even know what one did. That all changed when I visited with a friend whose dad was a chiropractor. As I waited in the waiting room, I read testimonials of patients who had come to the clinic. When reading these I quickly determined I wanted to be a part of this great thing called “chiropractic.”
After completing my undergraduate studies and obtaining my bachelor of science, I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. After spending several years as an associate doctor, I have moved back to Baraboo and opened my own practice. I am excited to serve my hometown community.
Chiropractic is the only profession that concentrates on the proper functioning of your nervous system and the organs and tissues that it controls. I am amazed on how complex and smart the human body truly is. Although medicine and surgeries have their time and place, everything the body needs is here on earth and doesn’t need man-made concoctions to help it survive and/or heal. That being said, I help by correcting spinal misalignments that are blocking the communication between brain and body. By working with your body, I’ll look to see what may be interfering with the proper functioning of your nervous system and correct it to allow the body to release the healing potential within.