Anyone who knows Dr. Stadler knows that she's a talker. She will spend hours discussing her philosophy on life, the body's natural ability to heal itself, your child's most recent accomplishment, your pet's most recent disaster, or the latest game on ESPN. She has a passion for people and for serving others. It is this passion that drew her to chiropractic over 10 years ago.
Dr. Stadler is a Kansas native, whose story has taken her from Kansas to Oklahoma, then to Iowa and on to Wisconsin. Dr. Stadler completed her Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University in biochemistry with the intent to attend pharmacy school. As a former college athlete, an injury led her to a chance run-in with a chiropractor who helped shape her philosophy on health and led her to the chiropractic profession.
As a magna cum laude graduate of the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, she learned that chiropractic treats the actual cause of a patient's discomfort instead of just eliminating the symptoms. This methodology, along with the philosophy that healing is best achieved by considering the whole person, also complements Dr. Stadler's biochemistry background and what she understands about the interconnectedness of the body.
Dr. Stadler brings a unique perspective to the practice: structure dictates function. She uses her love of anatomy and neurology to assess her patients in order to provide them with excellent individualized care. Dr. Stadler has also taken additional coursework to learn even more about how chiropractic may help specific types of disorders. She has completed the Pediatric Practice Program at Palmer and is certified in the Webster Technique. Dr. Stadler looks forward to bringing relief to all of her patients, but she takes particular interest in treating athletes, women, and children.
As accomplished as she is, Dr. Stadler has a heart for service. She works locally, as well as, internationally with non-profit organizations serving underprivileged individuals and families. She traveled with Peak Potential Outreach this past summer for 10 days to render chiropractic care to the people of Fiji. Locally, she's very involved with Touched Twice Lake Country, a free clinic that offers a variety of services from medical screenings, chiropractic care, dental care, vision screenings, and more to underserved residents of Waukesha County.
Dr. Stadler has spent the last five years serving people in the Delafield area. She joined Integrative Family Wellness in January 2016 and looks forward to meeting all of our amazing patients!