Choosing a Natural Form of Health Care
All through childhood, Dr. Krystal Davis thought her destiny was to grow up and become a veterinarian. Throughout high school she kept looking into what she needed to do to get into veterinary school. As college came closer she began to second guess what she had always known was meant to be. While watching vet shows on television, the surgeries and medication on the animals she loved just seemed to be too much. Dr. Krystal began exploring what else she could use her knowledge for. She began her college education still with the intention of becoming a vet even though she knew in her heart it wasn’t right. After some investigation and conversations with her family, chiropractic seemed to be the obvious choice. It didn’t involve surgery, and it was a natural form of health care. She also saw the results of chiropractic by how it had helped her immediate family and became a total believer in healing power. It was all history after that.
Her pre-chiropractic education began at the University of Wisconsin- River Falls. After four years of studies, Dr. Krystal received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a biomedical sciences emphasis and a minor in chemistry. After completing her degree at UW-RF she continued her education at Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. While at Logan, she completed coursework in basic science classes such as Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, and Pathology, as well as many others in her first year. After this, she moved into coursework that included Physical Diagnosis, X-Ray, Adjusting Techniques, as well as Patient and Office Management. Her last year at school focused mainly on patient care in one of the outpatient clinics. While there she worked as a clinician’s assistant taking all of the clinic’s x-rays and managing 52 other student interns. Dr. Krystal graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2009. She worked in a Green Bay office for almost 9 years learning the ins and outs of chiropractic office management and bettering her adjusting skills in a high volume setting before deciding to go out on her own. She opened her own practice a little closer to home in Little Chute in September of 2018. She is happy to help people through natural health and wellness care with chiropractic in the community and surrounding areas.
Family and Hobbies
Outside of the office Dr. Krystal enjoys spending time with her family at their home and businesses. She lives in Combined Locks, WI with her husband Rob, their son Bobby, Rob’s two children Isabella and Layla, and four dogs: A Miniature Pinscher named Duchess, a Beagle named Carly, a Golden Retriever named Puck, and a Catahoula/Shepard mix named Bauer. She loves to run, swim and participate in just about anything outside that is active, especially when the sun is shining. Hockey and volleyball are a major part of her children’s lives and she is happy to be able to cheer them on in their sports adventures as well!