Serving Chiropractors and Their Patients

Contributors

This website is the result of the logical progression of a written newsletter to the technological benefits of the internet.  The written newsletter, called Chiropractic Law, was first issued in 1996 and has experienced expanded readership over the years.  The newsletter was established by Attorney Dan Riegleman with the overall objective of improving “the chiropractors understanding of major legal issues and advancing the greater utilization of chiropractic as a primary and effective source of healthcare.”

To more comprehensively and rapidly advance these objectives, the founder of the newsletter has assembled a talented group of individuals who have agreed to contribute to an expanding scope of information available at this website.  Those contributors consist of carefully selected attorneys licensed in the State of Wisconsin; as well as, other individuals who are not practicing attorneys.  Anyone using this website must review the disclaimer as it relates to the role of attorneys affiliated with this website.  All of these contributors have been invited to periodically provide general information on the weblogs and otherwise contribute to the growing range of resources available on this website.

Profiles of the current attorneys and contributors to this website are described below: 


Attorney Dan A. Riegleman

Founder of this website and the newsletter, “Chiropractic Law”.  These activities have been the result of his professional “passion” for addressing the unique legal issues affecting chiropractors and their patients.  This interest results from a relationship with his brothers who are both doctors of chiropractic; as well as, years of professional involvement with other doctor’s legal issues and representations of patients receiving chiropractic care.  In connection with these activities, he has remained informed of major political issues affecting Wisconsin Chiropractors and has had the opportunity to appear before Wisconsin’s Chiropractic Examining Board meetings, State legislative meetings, and at numerous chiropractic association events. From 2015 to 2020, he also had the privilege of serving on the Board of Directors for the newly formed Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin.

 

Attorney Riegleman has been involved in a broad variety of issues affecting chiropractors and their patients.  For doctors, he has assisted with practice formation issues, leasehold concerns, equipment purchases, associate and independent contractor matters, collection proceedings and disciplinary proceedings.  A highlight of his aggressive representation on behalf of chiropractors involved a precedent setting case in which a chiropractor’s “lien” was first found to be enforceable against both the patient/client and his attorney.  He has also represented chiropractor’s patients in hundreds of personal injury and worker’s compensation cases; with particular experience involving patients with “soft tissue” or spinal related injuries.

 

Attorney Riegleman graduated from Wisconsin Law School in 1985 and established his own law firm in Sussex, Wisconsin in 1996.  There he provides assistance to clientele on a broad variety of legal matters; with particular emphasis in the areas of personal injury, worker’s compensation, family law, business formation, and estate planning.  In March of 2015,  one of the largest chiropractic insurance companies in the country, NCMIC, selected Attorney Riegleman as one of its partners in providing legal representation on behalf of its insured –  chiropractors.  There are generally less than five attorneys selected by this insurer in the entire state of Wisconsin to provide such valuable services on behalf of chiropractors.  He maintains an active trial practice and appears in courts throughout various counties in the State.

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Attorney Riegleman’s Office
Location: N63 W23965 Main Street, Sussex, WI 53089
Telephone: (262) 246-4606
Website: http://www.sussexlawyer.com


Attorney Alan C. Olson

alan-olsonAttorney Alan C. Olson

His team of employment and disability benefits experts is devoted to helping his clients recover 100% of their compensation.  He has personally advised thousands of client and litigated their claims in the United States Supreme Court and in federal courts throughout the United States.

Since the founding of his firm more than 20 years ago it has been Attorney Olson’s mission to provide high quality legal representation in employment and long-term disability benefits claims; exceed the highest ethical and professional standards of his legal profession; vigorously pursue and skillfully resolve his clients’ legal claims; and, promptly communicate with his clients regarding each case.

 

Attorney Olson graduated from Marquette University Law School and University of Wisconsin, Madison.  He is an active member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Wisconsin Employment Lawyers Association and American Association for Justice.

Attorney Olson’s Office
Location: 2880 S. Moorland Road, New Berlin, WI  53151
Telephone: (262) 649-4861
Toll Free: 888-843-1261
Website: http://www.employee-advocates.com


Attorney Dan Icenogle
IcenogleAttorney Dan Icenogle

With over 32 years spent practicing medicine and 23 years spent practicing law, there are few attorneys across Wisconsin who understand the legal issues facing health care practitioners better than Atty. Dan Icenogle. As the past president of the board of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Health Law Section and a sought-after speaker on health care law, Attorney Icenogle is known across Wisconsin for his deep knowledge of licensing, credentialing and contract law matters affecting a variety of health care providers.

Areas of Practice

  • Health & Health Care Law
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Physician Employment and Credentialing

  • Non Compete Agreements
  • Licensing issues


Attorney Dan Icenogle’s Office
Location: S7563 Riley Road, Readstown, WI 54652
Phone: 866-625-9104
Fax: 608-629-5202
Map and Directions
Website: http://www.icenoglelaw.com/


Steven G. Yeomans, D.C.

YeomansSteven G. Yeomans, D.C.

Dr. Yeomans graduated cum laude from National College of Chiropractic in 1979.  He completed the chiropractic orthopedic residency and became board certified in 1985 after completeing a five year residency in chiropractic orthopedics and has been active in research and has lectured since 1988 both locally and abroad.  Dr. Yeomans actively lectures on the post-graduate department faculty for 6 colleges of chiropractic in areas including:  Orthopedics, Industrial Consulting, Outcome Assessment and Rehabilitation.  Dr. Yeomans hospital affiliation was obtained in 1994 at Ripon Medical Center.

 

Dr. Yeomans has been involved in many publications including a text book entitledThe Clinical Application of Outcomes Assessment, 2000, Appleton & Lange Publishing.  This text contains up-to-date valid and reliable methods of assessing patient’s pain, general health, disability, impairment, psychometrics, and satifaction with care.  This information can be used to prove medical necessity of care to insurers, help protect the health care provider in liability issues, and most important, guide the health care provider so that prompt clinical decisions can be made.

EDUCATION

BS- 1977 (completed BS during first two years at National College of Chiropractic)

DC, cum laude- 1979

Clerkship 1977 at Cook County Hospital (foot and back service)

Orthopedic residency program 1979-1985 completing board certification

  1. National College of Chiropractic- 1989 (Orthopedics: Disability and Impairment Rating)
  2. Northwestern College of Chiropractic- 1991 (Industrial consulting)
  3. Los Angeles College of Chiropractic- 1994 (Rehabilitation)
  4. Canadian Memorial College of Chiropractic- 1995 (Rehabilitation)
  5. Northwestern College of Chiropractic- 1996 (Orthopedics)

HOSPITAL AFFILIATION

Ripon Medical Center (8/94)

PUBLICATIONS

Yeomans S. The assessment of cervical intersegmental mobility before and after spinal manipulative therapy. J. Manipulative Physiol. Ther. 1992; 15:106-114.

Sweere J, editor. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-A Chiropractic Perspective. Baltimore: Aspen, 1993.

Stude D, editor. Outcomes Assessment of the Rehabilitation Patient. Baltimore: Aspen, 1996.

Yeomans S. Chiropractic management of carpal tunnel syndrome. D.C. Tracts, 1996; 3:1.

Yeomans S, Liebenson C. Quantitative functional capacity evaluation: the missing link to outcomes assessment. Topics Clin Chiro, 1996; 3(1):32-43.

Yeomans S, Liebenson C. Functional capacity evaluation and chiropractic case management. Topics Clin Chiro, 1996; 3(3):15-25.

Text Chapter 5: Yeomans S, Fitzthum J. Proving the Existence of Chronic Pain. Wiley Law Publications. 1998 Wiley Expert Witness Update: New Developments in Personal Injury Litigation. 1998, pp5.1-5.20.

Published: Liebenson, C, Chapman S, Yeomans SG. How do I justify the medical necessity of my care? Part !: Overview. Dynamic Chiropractic 5-17-99; 17(11):18-21.

S Yeomans, J Fitzthum, M Edinger. “DC Tracts” Industrial Work Injuries: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Published summer, 1999 (Aspen Publishing).

Text for Appleton & Lange publishers entitled “The Clinical Utilization of Outcomes Assessment” Released August 1999.

AWARDS

Achievement award in anatomy, 1979.

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (1978-79).

“President’s Award”, 1992, 1993, 1995 awarded for, “outstanding work and achievement in the WCA”.

“Chiropractor of the Year”, 1994.

COMMITTEE POSITIONS

Steering committee and faculty member of the Wisconsin Back Society, fall 1993-present.

Clinical Advisory Committee, Chair, 1991-2000.

Northeast District President, Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, 1989-90.

Steering committee: WCA documentation committee, 1996.

President: Wisconsin Back Society, 1996-1998.

 

 

 

Dr. Yeoman’s Office
Location: 404 Eureka Street, Ripon, WI  54971
Telephone: (920) 748-3644
Website: http://www.yeomans-edingerchiropractic.com

Timothy S. Wakefield, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, CCST, CPCO

Timothy S. Wakefield, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, CCST, CPCO

Dr. Timothy S. Wakefield and his wife (Dr. Lorelei N. Wakefield) graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1989. They have 3 boys. Dr. Tim has a Bachelor of Science in human biology, is a Diplomate in the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist is Certified in Chiropractic Spinal Trauma, Certified in Nutritional Counseling and is a Certified Professional Compliance Officer. Dr. Tim has had multiple publications in the areas of sports injuries and physical fitness, chiropractic documentation, and CPT coding. Most recently he was a contributor to the Best Practices Academies “Medicare playbook” of chiropractic documentation. He has been involved in developing 3 electronic health record systems directly related to the practice of chiropractic. Dr. Tim has served 2  two-week volunteer rotations at the United States Olympic Training Center, one in August 2016 in Lake Placid, NY and the other in April 2017 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dr Wakefield enjoys writing, speaking, exercise, spending time with his family and helping others to be successful in the chiropractic profession.

Dr. Wakefield’s Office
Location: 500 Birch Street, Park Falls, WI 54552
Telephone: (715) 762-2950
Email: twakefield@nlccwi.org
Website: https://northlakesclinic.org/


J. Peter Heffernan, D.C. DPhCS

J. Peter Heffernan, D.C. DPhCS

peterheffEDUCATION

  • High School Diploma, St. Alphonses High School, Dearborn, MI, 1970
  • Pre-Chiropractic credit, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 1970-1971
  • Pre-Chiropractic credit, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, 1971-1972
  • Bachelor of Science, Human Biology, Logan College of Chiropractic, Chesterfield, MO, 1975
  • Doctor of Chiropractic Degree, Logan College of Chiropractic,Chesterfield, MO, 1975

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION 

  • Wisconsin Chiropractic Association Spokesperson training program, 1982
  • Post graduate Fellowship in Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering(A.S.B.E), 1985
  • Certified post graduate instructor for A.S.B.E., 1986-1991
  • Certified in spinal trauma, 100 hours, 1995
  • Certified in CPR/AED, 1996-present
  • L.C.P. (Hon.), Graduate Chiropractic Philosophy Colloquium, Palmer Institute for Professional Advancement, 120 hours, 2003
  • Diplomat in Philosophical Chiropractic Standards (DPhCS), International Chiropractic Association and the Council on Chiropractic Philosophy, 300 hours, 2005
  • Certified in Chiropractic Nutrition, Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, 40 hours, 2008

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

  • Certification by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, #5928, 1975
  • Licensed to practice in the state of Michigan, #2761, 1975
  • Licensed to practice in the state of Wisconsin, #1326, 1975

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

  • Private practice in Waukesha, 1975 to present. . . Upon graduation from Logan College of Chiropractic my wife Roseanne and I moved to Waukesha, Wisconsin with our one year old son, P.J.  We opened the Bluemound Chiropractic Life Center on January 15th, 1976.  The practice grew to 100 patient visits per day within one year.  Over the next several years an associate was added and the practice grew to 500 visits per week.  The practice became a Renaissance based practice in 1978 when new patients were accepted only after attending pre-care classes.  The practice began to start 100 new patients per month from direct referrals and we quickly reached capacity.  The practice has sustained itself as a non-advertising, direct referral, family based, non-therapy practice for 34 years. Currently the practice is called Heffernan Chiropractic Clinic.  We have four full time chiropractors.  The practice integrates segmental specific chiropractic adjustments delivered using the X.Y,Z coordinate system.  Adjustments are integrated with rehabilitative spinal exercises, theraball exercises, and yoga classes.  
  • Renaissance Seminar Instructor, 1979-1981
  • Wisconsin Chiropractic Association Member, Public Relations Committee, 1982-1985
  • Board Member, Wisconsin Chiropractic Association Board of Directors, 1994-2001
  • Executive  Director of Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering (A.S.B.E), 1986-1991
    • Prior to resigning this post, A.S.B.E. was being taught by seven instructors in over 60 seminar locations per year.  My commitment was 20 weekends per year coupled with the management and maintenance of a full-time practice
  • Life Force Doctor, Recruitment program, Life University, 2009

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • International Chiropractic Association, 1975-present
  • Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, 1975-present
  • ICA Council on Chiropractic Philosophy, 2004-present
  • New York Academy of Science, 1985-1992
  • Academy for Research in the Chiropractic Sciences International, Affiliate Member
  • Member of Life University Board of Trustees, 2006-present

 PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • Heffernan, J.P. (1986). The basic principles of magnetic resonance imaging. Research Forum. 2, No. 3.
  • Aragona, R., Heffernan, J.P. and Spizer. (1990). The application of therapeutic excercises based on the lateral flexion roentgenography to restore biomechanicial function. Chiropractic Research Journal. 1, No. 4.
  • Heffernan, J.P. (1992). The use of stress x-rays in chiropractic clinical practice. Proceedings of the Conference on Research and Education.
  • Heffernan, J.P. (2004). Understanding the expression of universal intelligence and innate intelligence in transplanted organs. Proceedings at the ICA Conference on Philosophical Chiropractic Standards.
  • Heffernan, J.P. (2005). Does the philosophy of science congruently give us the ‘Why’ to explain traditional practice? Proceedings of The Atheneum DPhCS at the Palmer Institute for Professional Advancement.
  • Heffernan, J.P. (2005). Metaphysics of the mental impulse. The Philosopher’s Quill. 3, No. 2.

AWARDS

  • Foundation of Chiropractic Endowment Program Contributor Award, Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1983
  • Designated One of the “Nifty Fifty”, Slone Kettering/Ron Pero/Joe Flesia Cancer Study
  • Life College Inner Circle Award, 1985
  • Life Chiropractic College Ambassador Award, 1992-1994
  • Milwaukee Magazine Award, Top 10 Chiropractors chosen by peers, 2002
  • Life University Presidential Citation, 2004
  • Life University Academy of Fellows Award, 2005

Dr. Heffernan’s Office
Location: 1820 E. Main Street, Waukesha, WI  53186
Telephone: (262) 549-4555
Website: http://www.heffernanchiropractic.com


Martin Johnson, D.H.M., C.F.T.

Martin Johnson, D.H.M., C.F.T.

MartyMartin Johnson is a Doctor of Holistic Medicine and Certified Personal Fitness Trainer.  Martin is a Natural Health Consultant as-well as Certified in Quantum Reflex Analysis.

Martin uses a variety of assessment tools to help determine the root cause of one’s health condition and how to turn the momentum of one’s health in a positive direction.  He operates a practice and health food clinic in Menomonee Falls, known as “Total Health Natural Medicine Clinic”.

 

Martin Johnson’s Office
Location: N81 W15062 Appleton Avenue, Menomonee Falls, WI  53051
Telephone: (262) 251-8543
Fax:  (262) 253-0391
E-mail: marty@totalhealthinc.com
Website: totalhealthinc.com


Mr. Ed Petty

Mr. Ed Petty

ed_daveEd Petty and Dave Michel began PM&A in 1988 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our objective was to help chiropractors develop and manage their businesses through individual consulting and coaching.

In 1991, we began another allied company called Chiro-Health Management Services, Inc. This company opened or purchased chiropractic offices throughout Wisconsin. To date, it has opened or acquired 25 offices.

We have worked with all types of health care facilities, from dentists, dermatologists, podiatrists, D.O.’s, medical doctors, but have specialized in the chiropractic profession. We both believe in and practice the natural approach to health care and the chiropractic life style.

David lives in Sheboygan Wisconsin, and has two teenage sons. Ed lives in Whitefish Bay, WI, and has three grown children. Both David and Ed are actively involved in their families and their local communities.

What is our business focus?

We like to consider our firm as the “un-seminar” practice management company. Our focus is on implementation of practical and customized solutions that are designed to fit the unique needs of each office.

 

The majority of our clients have been group practices, multiple offices, and doctors working towards expanding their current operation.

 

Our ultimate goal with each doctor is to bring about Practice Freedom. That is, creating a business that runs itself separate from the personality of the owner, allowing him or her to be free to live a balanced and prosperous life.

What is our mission?

  • Increase Profit. Improve the profitability of our client’s business as soon as ethically possible
  • Improve Organization. Organize the office so that the profits increase consistently
  • Systemize Operation. Set up the business so that it is not as dependent upon the owner
  • Achieve Practice Freedom. The owner is prosperous and has more free time

What do we do?

We improve your practice volume,
help you make more money, relieve your practice stress, and ultimately help you to be free of the office administration so that its continuing success is no longer dependent upon your day-to-day efforts.

How do we do it?

We travel to your office, do a thorough evaluation, put it on a “treatment program”, and then make “adjustments” as needed.  When we are not in your office, we work on your customized practice development program in our office, supporting you and your staff on projects that help grow your business.  We help you develop your own systems, and work with you and your staff until they are smoothly running your business for you.   We call this the 3-Goals Practice Development Process.

What makes us different?

Implementation. We do what others don’t: we come to your office and work with you, your staff, your doctors, and even your community and vendors, on customized practice building projects. Then we follow up by phone, fax, and another on-site visit.  We are demons on follow-through. We have been visiting offices since 1988. We probably have more combined time doing on-site practice management than any other group in the country.

Everyday, we are usually in a different office working with doctors and their staffs.  We have found that there is nothing to compare with this to improve a practice.

We don’t rely on a seminars or tapes to get the job done, just like you don’t rely on a patient education video or pretty brochure to improve the health of your patients. These can help, but they do not replace the benefits of on-site, customized support.
Why you need our services.

Simply put, it is just a lot harder than it used to be.  There are more demands on you and your practice than ever before. Your external practice environment has become more competitive, and internally your practice has become much more complicated. The result: you end up trying to wear too many hats.

Your job is to be a chiropractor, not a senior C.A. You did not go to school to do clerical or administrative work.  When you begin to move off of your role as a chiropractor, not only will your practice drop in volumn, but so will the quality of your care. And so will the quality of your life.

Petty, Michel & Associates
Location: P.O. Box 170882, Whitefish Bay, WI  53217
Telephone: (414) 332-4511
Fax: (877) 686-0909
Website: http://www.PMAworks.com


Mr. Dave Michel

Mr. Dave Michel
ed_daveDave Michel brings a keen statistical management and analysis perspective to any chiropractic office or business.  He has been helping thousands of service and health care businesses around the US over the last 26 years to better understand their business through an insight on their patient, collections, financial and production trends.  This allows the doctor, entrepreneur or small business owner to pinpoint exact areas and actions that will provide the best return on investment and prioritize their action steps.

Since founding Petty, Michel & Associates in 1988, he has traveled extensively across the US providing on-sight consulting, motivational and chiropractic business seminars, and working with industry leaders in setting new standards for billing, production and delivery.  He has served on the boards of several private and government groups (including Milwaukee Harley-Davidson, clinics and mental health groups) and was elected to the Sheboybgan County Board of Supervisors.

Nicknamed Ram, or “the reimbursement answer man”, he was in charge and oversaw a 6 person insurance billing/collections department for 5 years, has done coding and compliance work, been in audits with Medicare, Medicia, Medicaid, BlueCross, CMS, WPPN, and others, has set up billing for chiropractic offices, medical services, physical therapy and nursing homes, including CBRF’s, IMD’s, and SNF’s and CORF’s.

He has been an avid motorcycle rider for 36 years and currently rides his fifth Harley Davidson.  He brings a human aspect to the numbers and provides you an expanded knowledge of your business from the outside in, along with a 500 mile high picture of your clinic that you can use as your road map.

Ed Petty and Dave Michel began PM&A in 1988 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our objective was to help chiropractors develop and manage their businesses through individual consulting and coaching.

In 1991, we began another allied company called Chiro-Health Management Services, Inc. This company opened or purchased chiropractic offices throughout Wisconsin. To date, it has opened or acquired 25 offices.

We have worked with all types of health care facilities, from dentists, dermatologists, podiatrists, D.O.’s, medical doctors, but have specialized in the chiropractic profession. We both believe in and practice the natural approach to health care and the chiropractic life style.

David lives in Sheboygan Wisconsin, and has two teenage sons. Ed lives in Whitefish Bay, WI, and has three grown children. Both David and Ed are actively involved in their families and their local communities.

What is our business focus?

We like to consider our firm as the “un-seminar” practice management company. Our focus is on implementation of practical and customized solutions that are designed to fit the unique needs of each office.

 

The majority of our clients have been group practices, multiple offices, and doctors working towards expanding their current operation.

 

Our ultimate goal with each doctor is to bring about Practice Freedom. That is, creating a business that runs itself separate from the personality of the owner, allowing him or her to be free to live a balanced and prosperous life.

What is our mission?

  • Increase Profit. Improve the profitability of our client’s business as soon as ethically possible
  • Improve Organization. Organize the office so that the profits increase consistently
  • Systemize Operation. Set up the business so that it is not as dependent upon the owner
  • Achieve Practice Freedom. The owner is prosperous and has more free time

What do we do?

We improve your practice volume,
help you make more money, relieve your practice stress, and ultimately help you to be free of the office administration so that its continuing success is no longer dependent upon your day-to-day efforts.

How do we do it?

We travel to your office, do a thorough evaluation, put it on a “treatment program”, and then make “adjustments” as needed.  When we are not in your office, we work on your customized practice development program in our office, supporting you and your staff on projects that help grow your business.  We help you develop your own systems, and work with you and your staff until they are smoothly running your business for you.   We call this the 3-Goals Practice Development Process.

What makes us different?

Implementation. We do what others don’t: we come to your office and work with you, your staff, your doctors, and even your community and vendors, on customized practice building projects. Then we follow up by phone, fax, and another on-site visit.  We are demons on follow-through. We have been visiting offices since 1988. We probably have more combined time doing on-site practice management than any other group in the country.

Everyday, we are usually in a different office working with doctors and their staffs.  We have found that there is nothing to compare with this to improve a practice.

We don’t rely on a seminars or tapes to get the job done, just like you don’t rely on a patient education video or pretty brochure to improve the health of your patients. These can help, but they do not replace the benefits of on-site, customized support.
Why you need our services.

Simply put, it is just a lot harder than it used to be.  There are more demands on you and your practice than ever before. Your external practice environment has become more competitive, and internally your practice has become much more complicated. The result: you end up trying to wear too many hats.

Your job is to be a chiropractor, not a senior C.A. You did not go to school to do clerical or administrative work.  When you begin to move off of your role as a chiropractor, not only will your practice drop in volumn, but so will the quality of your care. And so will the quality of your life.

Petty, Michel & Associates
Location: P.O. Box 170882, Whitefish Bay, WI  53217
Telephone: (414) 332-4511
Fax: (877) 686-0909
Website: http://www.PMAworks.com


Elizabeth M. McLean, D.C., CCSP

Elizabeth M. McLean, D.C., CCSP

Eliza McLean is a Chiropractic Technician Instructor at Moraine Park Technical College.

Dr. McLean’s Office
Location: 2151 North Main Street, West Bend, WI 53090
Telephone: (262) 335-5751
Toll Free: 800-472-4554


Paul Kramer, D.C.

Paul Kramer, D.C.

paul_kramer_dcDr. Paul Kramer trained in chiropractic at Palmer Chiropractic University. He graduated in 1994. Following graduation, he studied under several world renowned chiropractors.  Including Dr. Howard Pettersson, Dr. Vernon Pierce, Dr. Jesse Jutkowitz and Dr. Daniel Murphy.

Dr. Kramer presently operates Kramer Chiropractic in Menomonee Falls.  Dr. Kramer practices the latest chiropractic methods and offers chiropractic nutritional counseling for his patients. He has the distinction of being appointed and currently serving as a second opinion examiner for the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Division.

Dr. Paul was born and raised in West Allis, WI. He has lived in Southeast Wisconsin most of his life. He loves to spend time with his family, but he also finds time to swim and study martial arts. He has won several swimming championships at the state level and competed in martial arts tournaments. He has a strong interest in health and lives a very healthy, happy, balanced life.

Dr. Kramer’s Office
Location: W172N9723 Division Rd, Germantown, WI 53022, USA
Telephone: (262) 293-3790
Website: http://www.drkramerchiropractic.com/