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Dr. Daniel C Strong is President of Strong Chiropractic Offices, a chiropractor with over 36 years of experience committed to promoting the health and well being of his patients.
Dr. Strong is a native of Wisconsin, born and raised in New London, Wisconsin. After graduating from New London high school he went into the Air Force.
After time in the Air Force, he attended college at University of Oshkosh obtaining his Associate of Arts Degree; he then went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He received Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1976.
He returned to Wisconsin after graduating and began practicing with a local chiropractor in Neenah perfecting his skills.
He first became involved with the chiropractic profession after getting relief from asthma that had plagued him since he was 4 years old. He feels that his personal experience with asthma has made him a better doctor. Dr Strong has dedicated his life to the prevention and treatment of health problems.
Dr. Strong has taken post graduate education in rehabilitation, auto accident injury care, worker injuries, carpel tunnel injuries, sport injuries, laser, orthopedics and nutrition.
Dr. Strong was one of 33 principal investigators nationwide for Laser Medics Inc using the cold laser therapy in 1995.
Dr. Strong has been a post graduate extension faculty member of Palmer Chiropractic Colleges training extern doctors.
Dr. Strong likes to concentrate on difficult cases; Especially those with nutrition problems. He does lectures around the state on this subject and has helped cases from many states. He loves a challenge and unravels seemingly impossible cases.