Chiropractic

Chiropractic adjustments/manipulations are variable aspects of force applied (either by hand or by an instrument called an Activator) to a restricted joint to induce normal movement. This process of restoration of joint movement has the ability to reduce muscle spasm, reduce nerve compression (pinched nerves), and decrease overall pain/improve body function.

Dr. Krista Baertlein-Leberfing, DC received her undergraduate degree in behavioral science from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, WI. She graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2001 where she obtained a doctor of chiropractic degree. During her final year at Palmer, Dr. Baertlein (pronounced “BART-line”) received the President’s Award for outstanding academic achievement, and was inducted into the Pi Tau Delta International Chiropractic Honorary Society.

Dr. Baertlein has been in practice since 2001, and began her own private practice at her current location in Kenosha in 2007. She takes an extremely detailed approach to treating her patients, using both Activator Methods and manual manipulation techniques, deep tissue work, as well as interferential and ultrasound. In 2012, she expanded her scope of practice by receiving training in Kinesiotaping. Her passion for bringing healing and restoration to her patients is seen in her attention to detail and her caring, compassionate nature.

Dr. Krista Baertlein-Leberfing, DC received her undergraduate degree in behavioral science from M... Read More

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Baertlein Chiropractic
5027 Green Bay Road, Suite 118, Suite 118, Kenosha
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