Hi, I’m Dr. Jared Plemon. I have been practicing chiropractic since 2004 and have been at Zehr Chiropractic since 2006. I was a Dean’s list student at the University of Wisconsin, where I majored in biology and completed my undergraduate studies. I received my Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, where I graduated with honors. I have completed postgraduate studies in spinal rehabilitation, geriatrics, and pain management. I am Advanced Proficiency Rated in the Activator Methods Technique and I am also proficient in the Atlas Orthogonal technique. I have also participated in a government-sponsored program that sends doctors abroad to provide free care to underprivileged people in rural Brazil. I utilize safe, effective chiropractic care in order to restore proper spine alignment, alleviating pain and improving function. Instead of using medications or surgery, I help my patients by treating the cause of their problem, so the body can heal itself.
One thing I want my patients to understand is that I have been there. I injured my neck while playing football in high school, leaving me in debilitating pain. When muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatories, pain medications and ice failed to solve my problem, my mom took me to a chiropractor. Within three days, I was out of pain and back on the field. I learned that if you are to improve the function of the body, you must first improve the structure. Chiropractic should have been my first stop instead of a last resort. As a result of these personal experiences, I have devoted my professional life to helping people understand that chiropractic care can be utilized first for spinal problems, while invasive therapies like drugs and surgery should be the last resort.
Zehr Chiropractic is a fun, positive environment where I get to see true healing occur every day. I enjoy the challenge of helping people improve their quality of life naturally instead of merely covering up the problem. This practice was built on a strong foundation of technique, integrity, and results. I am proud to be a part of that.