I had never been adjusted until I was injured in a high school football game my junior year. After the injury I decided to see a chiropractor. Within two adjustments I was feeling better and was able to play in the next game.
After being impressed by my chiropractic experience, I did some research and became interested in chiropractic as a career. While at USD and Palmer College, I received chiropractic adjustments on a regular basis and noticed that the lactose intolerance that I had suffered from since birth was no longer present.
Chiropractic has been an extremely positive influence in my life and I enjoy providing others with this great form of natural health care.
Dr. Adam Renelt was raised on a farm in Rosholt, South Dakota. After high school, he attended the University of South Dakota and earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. Dr. Adam then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2007, moved to Sioux Falls, and entered into private practice. Dr. Adam has attended over 200 hours of training in the Gonstead system of chiropractic. He is also a member of the South Dakota Chiropractic Association. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, sports, hiking, mountain biking and reading. One of his favorite aspects of being a chiropractor is the opportunity to meet new people, learn about their lives and to help them.
Dr. Ashley Willow is originally from Pennsylvania and obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. She received her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA and then moved to Sioux Falls. As a chiropractor, Dr. Ashley most enjoys helping infants, children, and pregnant women achieve greater health. She is part-time in the office, and outside of work enjoys playing with she and Dr. Adam‘s son, spending time outdoors, visiting family, and organizing.
My uncle is a chiropractor, so I knew roughly what chiropractic was about growing up. However, I never took advantage of the health and well-being that chiropractic had to offer.
While training for volleyball my freshman year of college I ended up with severe back pain that left me all but immobile. I started receiving chiropractic care with impressive results. While I learned that my condition will always be present, I learned how to stay a step ahead of the pain. After experiencing the benefit myself, I gained more respect for the profession and found myself looking into it.
After starting at Palmer College I scheduled appointments on a regular basis, and after time noticed that I had far fewer colds and illnesses than I had growing up. My personal results sold the profession for me. I’ve become a full-fledged believer in what chiropractic care is capable of accomplishing and I am eager to help others experience its benefits.