ANDREW PAULL, DC, CCSP
The best part about becoming a chiropractor is getting to truly focus on the patient’s health, instead of on sickness and disease. Every day I hear stories in the office from patients and parents, revealing how chiropractic wellness care has changed their life and the massive impact it has had on their whole family. We are dedicated to seeing as many families as possible get that same experience!
A Little About Me:
I am originally from Janesville, Wisconsin. Growing up, I was very active in sports and music, playing soccer and drums from a very young age.
I attended UW-Madison where I majored in Medical Microbiology, Immunology, and Bacteriology and was on my way to medical school. While at Madison, I had my first contact with Chiropractic. During my sophomore year, I began having debilitating migraine headaches 3-4 days a week. My parents convinced me to go see Dr. Brandon Crandall, to see if he could help me. After two visits, my migraines were gone. Needless to say, my medical school plans changed and after my junior year at Madison, I transferred to Palmer College of Chiropractic.
During my second year at Palmer, I married my high school sweetheart, Liz. The following summer, we were fortunate enough to participate in a Chiropractic mission trip to Fiji. We spent three weeks visiting various villages offering our services and donations to the under-privileged people of Fiji. It was a tremendous experience and one we will never forget.
It is wonderful to be back home in Janesville with my wife and children, and to have the opportunity to carry on Dr. Crandall’s practice after his retirement.
Major: Medical Microbiology, Immunology, Bacteriology
Palmer College of Chiropractic 2004
Graduated with honors with both my Doctor of Chiropractic degree and a BS in General Science
Palmer College of Chiropractic 2006
Completed Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP) Degree
Wisconsin Chiropractic Association 2013
Completed Certified Nutritional Counselor Degree
Primal Health Coach Institute 2017
Primal Health Coach Certified
International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association 2018
Webster Technique Certified (Specific technique for the care of Pregnant Women)
Upper and lower extremity adjustment as it relates to sports-related injuries; Board certified in physiotherapy, chiropractic, and nutritional counseling in Wisconsin.
Websters Technique for Pregnancy
The International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, The American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians, American Chiropractic Association, Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, and the Palmer Alumni Association.
Volunteer Chiropractor for HealthNet, Ambassador for Forward Janesville (former), Janesville Parks and Recreation Board Member (former), Janesville Education Foundation Board Member, Downtown Janesville, Inc. Board Member.
RYAN NICHOLS, DC
My favorite part about becoming a chiropractor is the fact that we have the ability to directly impact a patient’s health and wellness in a positive manner. If the impact is big or small, a positive impact is progress and has the ability to build over time. By removing nerve interference, we give the body the ability to innately express itself to its fullest potential. Think about how much better life could be if not only one individual could be the best version of themselves but a family, a community, a county, a state, a nation, the world. I’m thankful, honored, and proud to be a chiropractor and have the ability to help the people in my community experience what chiropractic can do for them.
A Little About Me:
I am a 2020 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, the fountain head of the chiropractic profession. Palmer alumni are well recognized for their leadership in the profession in all parts of the three-legged stool: the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic. I followed my wife into the chiropractic profession after she was about halfway through obtaining her doctorate. I wanted to be able to take care of my wife, family, friends, and community to the best of my ability and I thought that chiropractic was the best way possible to achieve that goal. When I’m not treating patients I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, getting outside to enjoy the outdoors, and learning new things about chiropractic and finance.