Bosma Chiropractic has been offering safe, gentle and effective care for over 10 years. Located in Wrightstown and Appleton, Wisconsin we provide a unique approach to treating patients of all ages including children and the elderly.
Our team of professionals, combine knowledge and experience to provide our patients with the most advanced and integrated care available for spine, extremity and muscular problems. Regardless of the condition you have or what type of treatment is most appropriate for you, Bosma Chiropractic delivers safe, effective results for our patients.
Our goal is simple. “Get the patient better, faster!” In support of our goal of providing exceptional personal health care to our patients, Bosma Chiropractic often provides an integrative team approach to treatment. We provide direct care and often coordinate health care professionals in a treatment program tailored for each patient.
Dr. Brad Bosma
Dr. Brad has been practicing chiropractic for seven years. He is originally from New Holstein. He attended the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse where he received his Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. After graduating, he attended Northwestern College of Chiropractic where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2001. Dr. Brad pursued chiropractic after receiving care for an injury and being inspired by the profession. Dr. Brad offers professional and comprehensive treatment for a variety of injuries and disorders. His goal is to put an end to the chiropractic stereotype that chiropractors “make you keep coming back forever”. Dr. Brad will do everything he can to get you feeling better faster and prevent future injury so you can return to an independent lifestyle at home, work and play. He uses the Diversified method of chiropractic manipulation. He also uses a variety of chiropractic methods including Gonstead Technique, Thompson Drop, and Trigger Point Therapy
Teri graduated from the Blue Sky Educational Foundation in September 2012. At that time, she also passed the National Certification examination for Massage and Bodywork. She is pursuing an additional certification in Craniosacral Therapy to compliment her massage therapy training. Teri uses a combination of Swedish, deep tissue, precision neural muscular, reiki, acupressure and craniosacral techniques to deliver a customized treatment plan for her clients. Being a Reiki Master, Teri’s style of massage therapy is “energy” based meaning she incorporates reiki and the intention of healing into each session. It was while studying Reiki and the effects of energy on the body that her passion for Oriental Medicine/Acupuncture developed. She is currently enrolled at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Racine, WI where she is working on her MS in Oriental Medicine (Acupuncture) and BS in Nutrition (TCM) with a graduation date of September 2015.