Chiropractor Tara Paredes is passionate about drug-free medicine, but she doesn't stand in the way of the conventional approach. Although her gentle spinal adjustments, massages, and physical therapy have helped many patients overcome a range of ailments, she happily makes referrals to MDs when she suspects the patient will need it. She makes this judgement call during thorough consultations and exams that precede every hands-on, noninvasive treatment.
Doctors of Chiropractic Michael and Steve Beyler emphasize prevention and holistic health care at Beyler Chiropractic. Calling upon years of experience, the two doctors seek to identify and treat a variety of maladies, from common vertebral subluxations to the nerve interference that so often stems from trading in one’s driver’s license for a license to summersault. The multidimensional treatment team also offers kinesio taping for injured body parts, as well as a hormone-assisted weight-loss program for those seeking a fresh start.
As an athlete himself, Doctor of Chiropractic Andrew Schupp understands the unique frustrations and limitations that come from personal injury. At Schupp Chiropractic and Sports Injuries, the doctor and his staff work with patients to diagnose pain and get clients back to biking in the dirt, running on the trail, or hiking through backcountry forests. Dr. Schupp employs gentle adjustments to the spine and extremities, matched with active-release therapy and Graston technique to break down scar tissue and inflammation.
A graduate of Sauk Prairie High School and the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Dr. Breanna Ballweg wanted to help clients and stay local. At Bre Chiropractic, Dr. Ballweg, a former competitive swimmer, preaches total-body wellness through chiropractic techniques, physiotherapy, and nutritional counseling. She tailors her approach to the needs of each client, offering Gonstead, diversified, Thompson, or sacral-occipital techniques to align the bones of the body and correct subluxations.