Dr. Alan W. Resch did his undergraduate training at St. Norbert College, he then went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic, and graduated with honors as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1985. He has been serving the northeast Wisconsin area for 27 years. His goal is to help each patient reach their maximum level of health.
Dr. Resch enjoys spending time with his new wife, Katheryn, two daughters, Melissa 22, and Kaitlin 17, and stepdaughter, Danielle 20. We like to spend our time outdoors, skiing, golfing and kayaking.
Dr. Resch is able to relate well with his patients. He has experience dealing with sports injuries and rehabilitation. In addition to injuries, routine maintenance and treatment of the elderly are also his specialties. Dr. Resch sees patients from a wide range of health disorders, and has excellent results using a low force, impulse, activator and neuro cranial techniques.
Dr. Matt Hallam grew up working on his grandparents' farm in Seymour, Wisconsin. He quickly noticed the physical demands his family experienced from farming, roofing, carpentry, mechanics, and millwork. As family members were helped by chiropractic care, it became his goal to pursue a career in chiropractic medicine to help treat families like his. Dr. Hallam attended Palmer College of Chiropractic where he received both his graduate degree in chiropractic and his undergraduate degree. Applying all that valuable knowledge, Dr. Hallam helps to alleviate patients' pain, and also treats carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, and a variety of other conditions in patients of all ages. He is well-versed in both manual and instrument adjusting techniques.