The Doctor at ChiroHealth Alternative Wellness
Meet Dr. Stephanie J. (Boehm) Schwetz
Originally from De Pere, Wisconsin, Dr. Stephanie Schwetz received her undergraduate degree from Concordia University of Wisconsin in Exercise Physiology/Pre-Med. After graduating from Concordia, Dr. Schwetz attended National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois where she earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine in 2014.
Being a lifelong athlete, Dr. Schwetz is no stranger to the physical stresses that accompany playing sports. Dr. Schwetz fully understands the importance of Chiropractic care and how invaluable it is to allowing everyone to perform at their best. Dr. Schwetz emphasizes the importance of Chiropractic care not only when an injury has occurred, but also for the prevention of injury and preparing the body to take on every day challenges. This applies not only to people, but to animals and pets as well. In addition to fundamental chiropractic care, Dr. Schwetz has a variety of certifications and experience in Acupuncture, Clinical Nutrition, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Techniques, Kinesio Tape Technique, Motion Palpation, Rocktape Technique, and Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy.
Dr. Schwetz completed her 226+ hour post-graduate training in Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy - Animal Chiropractic - in June of 2015. Dr. Schwetz has had a lifelong passion for animals and understands the importance of helping them to be as healthy and happy as possible. She currently offers mobile and in-home services for animals. The variety of treatments available from Dr. Stephanie Schwetz at ChiroHealth Animal Wellness allow her to provide a versatile and multi-faceted approach to treating each individual.
Adjunct Professor at the College of DuPage
From the Spring of 2016 through Fall 2017, Dr. Schwetz taught anatomy and physiology part-time at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Adjunct Professor at Community College of Denver
In the Fall 2022, Dr. Schwetz began teaching anatomy and physiology part-time at Community College of Denver and is currently still an adjunct professor there.