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Emily Schilling

Emily Schilling

Chiropractor/ Foot and Gait Specialist

Dr. Schilling began her career in the medical field at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she graduated with a double major in Neurology and Nutritional Science. From there, she continued on to receive her Doctorate of Chiropractic and Master's in Functional Nutrition from Parker University in Dallas, TX.

Dr. Schilling has always enjoyed being athletic and has participated in a number of sports throughout her life. Some of these include track and field, volleyball, and gymnastics. Currently, she is heavily involved in the triathlon community and has competed in multiple half Ironmans and recently finished her first full Ironman in Wisconsin '22.

Given her participation in high level sports, she understands the need for quality assessments of pain, targeted exercises and care based on the individual. In specific, she places an emphasis on the lower extremity and gait patterns. After sustaining a number of running related injuries, she wanted to know not only why they kept occurring, but also how to treat and ultimately prevent them. After years of research and continuation in the sport, she has a wealth of knowledge that she would love to share with you!

Apart from sports, Dr. Schilling also loves nutrition. Growing up as a type 1 diabetic, this was, and still is, her world. She is currently pursuing her license to become a Certified Nutrition Specialist. If you ever feel like chatting about race or training fueling recommendations, her door is always open!

Whether you're a weekend warrior or a professional level athlete; young or old; just starting out or years into a sport, Dr. Schilling is here to help!

Licensure: State of Colorado Chiropractic Physician and State of Texas Chiropractic Physician

Education: Doctor of Chiropractic - Parker University 2021, Master's in Functional Nutrition - Parker University 2021, Bachelor of Science in Neurology and Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science - University of Wisconsin-Madison 2018, Certificate in Global Health - University of Wisconsin-Madison 2018

Certification and Training: Fascial Distortion Model (FDM), RockTape, USAT Triathlon Coach, Fluent in conversational Spanish, Functional Gait Assessment Level 1 & 2


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