fourDr. Christopher Olsheski is a board certified chiropractor that has been trained to naturally heal the body by creating balance in the spine and nervous system through the use of chiropractic care. He is determined to educate his patients and the community about the importance of having a balanced nervous system and a balanced lifestyle to achieve overall wellness. He feels that it is important for each other and every person to achieve their health potential.
Dr. Olsheski graduated with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in February 2008. While at Palmer, Dr. Olsheski was a member of Student Council, ACA, taught radiology, and was a clinical teaching assistant. He also contributed to research that is helping to improve x-ray techniques for upper extremity injuries as well as caring for patients with HIV/AIDS. At graduation, he was given the prestigious Clinical Excellence Award, awarded to one student who exhibits the highest degree of experience in the Palmer Clinic.
Prior to his education at Palmer, Dr. Olsheski completed his Bachelor of Science in neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh. While there, he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, president of the Neuroscience Club, as well as a lab assistant in the Otolaryngology department doing research on blood flow and vestibular balance control for NASA.
Outside of the office, Dr. Olsheski enjoys spending time with his wife, Charynn Olsheski, DC and their four children. He has studied many safe and effective chiropractic techniques including Palmer package with Diviersified, Gonstead, activator, Thompson drop, flexion distraction, and Koren Specific Technique to treat patients of all ages with many different health conditions. He encourages everyone to stop in the office to see how chiropractic can change their lives.