Although this office is always upbeat and cheerful, we take your health VERY seriously! Laughter, however, is one of those activities that stimulates endorphins (“feel good” hormones) so we laugh and giggle as often as possible here. At Spring Creek Family Chiropractic we have SO much to be joyous about. We may be celebrating because your kind referral has led to one of your loved ones reclaiming their health and life. Or perhaps we’re all cheering for a child who is now able to throw away their inhaler and have been labeled as asthma-free. Maybe we’ll be shouting for you because you’ve stuck to your care plan, not missing a single appointment. It’s ALWAYS a party here…we’re living and celebrating life FULL OUT!
Regardless of our reasons for excitement and happiness at Spring Creek Family Chiropractic, you will be part of an incredible community of like-minded individuals who are pursuing health and wellness. They are focused on regaining the health they’ve lost and keeping it once they find it. In addition, they are enjoying a renewed sense of themselves, their goals, dreams, and aspirations because the cornerstone of BEING is optimum health.
I have always found it peculiar and a little unfair that doctors desire to be a “mystery” to their practice members. That’s not the case at Spring Creek Family Chiropractic. In our relationship, it’s imperative that there be a high degree of trust. When there is mutual exchange of information, and confidence, trust increases. I will do the adjusting to keep your nerve system free from subluxation and you will serve as an extraordinary model of the chiropractic lifestyle…
vibrancy, vitality, healthy, passionate, and well!
I grew up in Stoughton, WI and moved to DeForest upon completing Chiropractic college, because of my husband’s job. I attended UW-Platteville and received my bachelors degree in Biology with a Zoology emphasis, and a Business minor. After graduation, I moved to Davenport, IA to pursue my dream career – a Doctor of Chiropractic. In the years of undergrad, having only known the medical model, I assumed I would be going into nursing.
Dr. Marcia Schaefer