Dr. Mark R. DavisFounder
I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. While a student at Palmer, I was chosen to participate in the Clinic Abroad program. With this program I, and a group of 40 other chiropractors, and students, traveled to the Kingdom of Nepal.
The things I experienced in Nepal were life changing. We gave chiropractic adjustments to thousands of children over the two and a half week period. It was simply amazing to see the changes we made in the lives of these kids as well as their parents and grandparents.
As a father of four, I have a very strong commitment to care of the entire family. This has fueled my passion for advanced education in pediatrics which I have received, and continue to receive annually.The advanced education has furthered my commitment to our office mission that every child should be checked for nerve interference soon after birth, and every mother throughout pregnancy. Studies now show that the birth process, while natural, can itself cause pressure on nerves and have severe adverse health implications.
Knowing that parents understand the benefits of chiropractic care for their children is what makes my career so rewarding. I am blessed to wake up each day and know I am helping parents raise healthier kids and that the parents are also giving more focus to their health and will be able to spend longer healthier lives with their children.
In addition to family care I enjoy seeing the more difficult cases. I have experience in treating failed spinal surgery cases, scoliosis, disc herniation's, neuropathy, migraines and carpel tunnel. I have advanced training in clinical nutrition and have had excellent success with patients experiencing digestive problems, emotional issues, ulcerative colitis, Crohns disease, skin problems, autism, ADD and ADHD.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family in the outdoors, fishing or sailing. I also enjoy educating the public by giving healthy living workshops to groups and businesses.
I also keep busy with chiropractic as I am a member of the Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, International Chiropractic Association, Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association, and World Chiropractic Alliance.
Dr. Chad RechcyglClinic Director
Dr. Chad’s health advocacy has been fueled by the love of his family; Wife, Victoria and Children Gemma and Roman. Over the last 10 years, his passion for helping people live a pain-free, healthy life led him to do radio shows, podcasts, vlogs, health websites, countless seminars, a Moroccan Mission Trip and even work with Olympic governing bodies like US Wrestling, US Weightlifting and US Speed Skating.
He’s also been the local Chiropractor for Christian Rock Bands like Tenth Avenue North and Big Daddy Weave. For 5 years, he started and ran his own clinic, then partnered up with a group of Chiropractors that grew to 7 offices over the last 6 years. He has had his, what people have described as “magic hands,” on 1000s of spines from minute old newborns to hard-working families to pro-athletes to aging Americans. He is well-versed in many Chiropractic techniques including Gonstead, Thompson, Scoliosis Correction, Diversified, Soft-tissue, Sacral Occipital Technique, Epleys, and Websters.
You’ll hear him say things like, “Make healthy choices,” or “I have a 13year old Happy Meal,” or “Treat the cause not the symptom.”
In the summers, he enjoys competitively sailing on inland lakes around the Mid-West, racing in triathlons, and working on his Frank Lloyd Wright style house in the woods. During the winter months, you can find him snowboarding, watching his kids race on the Ausblick Ski Team. He’s a 2x National Champion in Ice boating where he races a specially designed sailboat on frozen lakes while going50+mph!
Health is his lifestyle and encourages those around him to join in with him. You’ll love getting adjusted by Dr. Chad!
Dr Dana ReinemannAssociate
Dr Reinemann grew up in Elkhart Lake. After graduation, she attended UW-Green Bay where she majored in human biology. It was while she was in school in Green Bay that she was introduced to chiropractic by her oldest sister and brother-in-law, and when she received her first adjustment. Upon graduation, she decided to follow in her sister's footsteps and attend Palmer College of Chiropractic. She enjoyed playing on their rugby team for a short time as well.
She moved to Pennsylvania in 2016 after graduation, to practice at a well known chiropractic office. She practiced there for almost 3 years, and then decided to move back to Wisconsin to be closer to family.
When Dr Reinemann isn't in the office, she enjoys spending most of her free time with her dog Griyffin, whom she adopted in February of 2018. She also enjoys traveling, camping, and going to concerts.