I first started chiropractic care in 6th grade when it was suspected that I had scoliosis. During that time I never thought about being a chiropractor until the day I job shadowed my chiropractor during high school. Ever since that day I knew I wanted to be chiropractor. And I have been working in that direction ever since. I love the hands on approach to health care that chiropractic offers. I also enjoy getting to connect with patients while watching them living their life to their fullest potential.
Dr. Krissy graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2015. She graduated from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2011 with a degree in Human Biology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. While at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay she played collegiate softball.
Dr. Zachary Behnke
I first started chiropractic care when I was young child suffering from being hyperactive and had asthma. After seeing such great results with my hyperactivity and asthma I have been going to a chiropractor ever since. I have always wanted to be in the healthcare field and help people live a healthier life. I feel being a chiropractor gives me the best opportunity to help as many people as I can.
Dr. Zach graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2015. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2010 with a degree in Human Biology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. Dr. Zach also graduated from Saint Norbert College in 2007 with a degree in Chemistry. While at Saint Norbert College he played college football and ran track.
Dr. Sean Beukelman
“Typically when someone falls and obtains a misalignment of the spine they take it easy for a couple days and then feel better. Then later in life they find out they have degenerative changes to their spine and pelvis. Chiropractors are the one profession helping to prevent that future degeneration from happening.” – Dr. Sean Beukelman
Dr. Sean Beukelman attended Southeast Technical Institute to receive an Associates in Science of Nuclear Medicine and then continued on to Palmer College of Chiropractic. He graduated from Palmer College in 2015 receiving a Bachelors in General Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees. Sean discovered chiropractic due to his brother in law Dr. Charles Ward. Sean had headaches throughout most of his life until he started under regular chiropractic care which relieved him of the headaches.