Meet Our Team
Dr. Curt Fischer
We Create Solutions For Overall Wellness
Dr. Fischer was originally on a path to become a software engineer when he sustained an injury at the gym. After experiencing the benefits of Chiropractic intervention, and seeing an overwhelming need in his community, he decided to dedicate his career to helping his patients find relief from pain and extend their mobility.
After graduating, he practiced briefly in Naperville before moving to Phoenix to practice for nearly seven years. He returned to the Midwest to be closer to his family. He has remained in the area since then.
He feels that each patient should be treated as an individual and does not believe in the cookie cutter approach to care. He places a great importance on spending time with every patient, getting to know them, listening to their concerns, and approaching their plan of care together. He feels the combination of Chiropractic and active rehab is the right combination to help patients get relief from their spinal pain as well as any other related problems.
In his free time, Dr. Fischer enjoys working out, cooking, and reading. He also enjoys exploring new things to do in and around the community.
Chris graduated with a Bachelors in Exercise Science from Carroll University in 2016 and joined our team at Palatine Wellness Group in 2020. He specializes in the progression of patient care, and facilitates active rehabilitation to help strengthen and promote faster healing in your body. He does so by using various methods of active rehab, such as electrical muscle stimulation, traction, and personalized corrective exercises to suit each patient’s specific needs. By doing so, he builds a friendly and educational rapport with his patients and always keeps an open line of communication for any and all concerns. Being active day-to-day, and a former athlete, Chris knows well that life can put a lot of stress on the body in many ways. Having been under chiropractic care himself for many years, he can attest that chiropractic adjustments, and active rehabilitation has helped him return back to the sports he loved playing, and the daily activities that he enjoys doing. When he’s not in the office, you can find Chris bike riding, going on walks, playing basketball, and spending time with friends and family. He hopes to inspire those to get out of pain so they too can live a happy and healthy life.