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Dr. Kyle Kurscheidt

A deep and personal experience with health and healing lead Dr. Kyle at a young age to know he wanted to become a chiropractor.

Dr. Kyle’s chiropractic journey started at the age of 8 when his mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Upon her diagnosis she was given the option to use conventional medicine with a prognosis of only 10 years before she would likely be wheelchair bound and crippled by her disease. This obviously was not an acceptable future for her or her family and the decision was made that the family as a whole would start living a holistic lifestyle with an emphasis on chiropractic, diet, and exercise.

Dr. Kyle contributes this lifestyle change to be the sole reason that now even 20 year later his mother is far from wheelchair bound living an extremely active lifestyle. This deep and personal experience with health and healing lead Dr. Kyle at a young age to know he wanted to become a chiropractor.

Dr. Cody Kurscheidt

Dr. Cody has known from a young age that he wanted to help those around him.

While growing up in Chilton, WI he knew he was going to dedicate his future studies to a field in healthcare. Not knowing which field he was called to be in yet, he enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha, WI. There he was able to shadow different medical fields in search of the best one for him. He grew to love college courses in human physiology where he learned how the body functions and how complex and dynamic the body was created to be.

Most importantly he learned that nervous system literally controls every function of your body. After shadowing different medical fields, he was convinced that none of them were for him. That was until he visited his brother, Dr. Kyle, at chiropractic school where a light switch turned on and his life was changed.

Dr. Tiffany Thorne

Dr. Tiffany began her chiropractic journey when she was in just 2nd grade.

The thought of helping others and better understanding the potential of the human body was very fascinating to her. She grew up in the very small town of Clay, WV. She attended Clay County High School, where she took many advanced courses in anatomy and physiology to fuel her fascination. After graduating from high school, she went on to continue her education at the University of Charleston in Charleston, WV. She majored in pre-medical studies, secondary education in biology, and secondary education in general sciences.

Dr. Tiffany was very involved on campus, as meeting new people and helping others was very important to her. Babies and pediatric children have a special place in her heart, which is why she volunteered at the local Ronald McDonald House on a weekly basis.