Wilson Chiropractic & Wellness
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About

Dr. Stephanie

Dr. Stephanie Wilson grew up in Edgerton, WI and participated in many sporting events while in high school.  After graduating from Edgerton High School, Stephanie attended the University of Wisconsin-Platteville where she studied Biology with an emphasis in Pre-Chiropractic.  While in undergrad she played four years of varsity volleyball for the Platteville Pioneers.  Dr. Stephanie was also member of the Pioneer Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (PSAAC) for a year while participating in volleyball.  PSAAC brings all of the athletic departments together and is responsible for organizing community service projects as well as facilitating communication between the conference organizations and athletes.

After completing her degree in Biology, Dr. Stephanie went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.  While at Palmer she participated in Campus Guides as well as Sports Council.  Both organizations furthered her knowledge of Chiropractic and patient care and fueled her desire to never stop learning.  It was that desire to always keep learning that led Dr. Stephanie to get certified in Active Release Technique, ART for short, while she was a student.  She did her four month preceptorship in Edgerton, WI and was able to expand her knowledge in the evaluation and care of sports related injuries as well as extremity conditions and injuries.

Following her preceptorship, Dr. Stephanie was granted her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in October 2013 when she graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. 

Stephanie is very passionate about patient care and empowering her patients to become active participants in their own health care.  She is very committed to quality patient care and satisfaction.

In her spare time Dr. Stephanie enjoys spending time outdoors and working out with her husband Dr. Zach.  She also values time with friends and family, which are the two most important things in her life.  Without their support she would not be who she is today.  It is with their support that opening her dream practice with her husband has become a reality.

 


The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause of prevention of disease.
— Thomas edison