Dr. Julie Wyss
Dr. Julie's true passion lies in caring for the pediatric and pregnant population!
A career day back in the sixth grade led to my interest in chiropractic. I opened up the career book to the page for either correctional officer or chiropractor! Between the two, I started looking into chiropractic. My interest grew but I didn’t realize the true benefits of chiropractic until I experienced some health issues during my first two years of college. The medical doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. Around the tenth or twelfth time I went to the doctor, I told them I wanted to try chiropractic. I visited a chiropractor and as I learned more about it, my life was turned around and I chose the path to chiropractic.
A Comprehensive Education
As a UW-Green Bay alumnus and principled Palmer College of Chiropractic graduate, I continually strive to learn more and am continuously taking pediatric and pregnancy seminars to better serve the many families in our community. I have completed over 200 hours of post-graduate training in the area of family wellness, including specialty studies and clinical competence for infants, children and the care in pregnancy and have received Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP).
I am Webster Technique certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), certified in nutrition through the state of Wisconsin and LOVE supporting moms in the postpartum transition through classes I teach in my Momma Phoenix program.
I am the local facilitator for Pathways Connect, a wellness-based group that allows families in our community to embrace chiropractic and living naturally. We gather groups of open-minded, holistic families in coming together to share ideas and connect. I host a ladies night every month, Cocktails & Community, for our community, I am the Vice President of the Allouez Business Association (ABA), and an active philanthropic member of 100 Women Who Care Green Bay.
Along with my husband, Dr. Skip we are the founders of the Non-Profit, The Spine Project; a chiropractic charity for veterans, kids and families here in Green Bay.