320 W Brown Deer RDBayside, WI 53217
Office Manager/Chiropractic Assistant:
Hello, my name is Kim Adkison. I have been working here at Kurth Chiropractic since 1998! I actually started as a patient of Dr. Kurth's, and then became his OM/CA a few months later.
My Grandmother passed a few years ago, but she is the one that convienced me to start chiropractic. Gram Nelly had chiropractic care from the age of 16. Her chiropractor drove from farm to farm/town to town mostly trading his care for milk, cheese, bread etc.
Because of her care, she survived polio (no vaccine), took very little medications, and lived until 96!
My daughter has also been under chiropractic care from the age of 10. She had asthma, and was having a really hard time with her sports. As soon as she was on her care program, within months she stopped taking her corticosteroids & bronchodilator.
When she was pregnant, she was not only using Chiropractic, but massage as well. She had a very easy birth and a very healthy baby boy, who is also under Chiropractic care.
I look forward to meeting you. If you any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the office. We are here to help you and your family live happy and healthy lives!
Leo Goberman, LMT: Structural Bodyworker - Leo is a graduate of two massage schools, The Institute of Physical Training in Minsk, Russia and The Lakeside School of Massage in Milwaukee. While residing in Russia, Leo worked extensively with the Russian sports program at a time when the Russian government generously supported athletic programs.
Since coming to the United States in 1991, he has worked at Elite Sports Club, at Kurth Chiropractic for 11 years, and has private clients in the fields of sports medicine, and physical therapy. Leo’s massage is efficient and effective as it is custom designed to quickly target each individual’s structural imbalances, leading the way to better posture and ease of movement. He also shows concern for the diet, lifestyle, and stress management of his clients.
Kristie Pfeil, CMT
People always lament that the tasty things are the worst things for our health–case in point: French fries. But how about pecans? Yum! Pecans have shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol and increase HDL. Frequent consumption of nuts is associated with a lowered risk of sudden cardiac death and other coronary heart disease, as well as a lower risk of Type II diabetes in women.
"Because I am tall, my back endures undue strain and stress. I feel that I am constantly bending to the level of shorter people. I have experienced muscle spasms in my lower back and the debilitating pain that accompanies such spasms. Chiropractic care from Dr. Kurth has enabled me to remain pain free, healthy and active for years."
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