Dr. Timothy B. Skraitz
As the Palmer College of Chiropractic Class of December 1984 Valedictorian, Dr. Tim not only excelled academically but also clincally, as he was awarded the 1984 Clinical Excellence Award. Dr. Tim has over 30 years of clinical experience and has completed numerous post doctoral certifications including Whiplash Associated Disorders from the San Diego Spine & Research Institute and Manipulation Under Anesthesia from Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. Tim is a Diplomat in the American Academy of Pain Management and a Diplomat in the American Academy of Functional Neurology. Dr. Tim is a member of an elite group of chiropractors designated as Chiropractic Neurologists. Dr. Tim frequently travels to Atlanta, GA to learn and train under Dr. Frederick Carrick at the Carrick Brain Institue. Dr. Tim most recently completed advance certification in Childhood Learning Disabilities and is certified by the American Academy of Functional Neurology to treat conditions including (but not limited to) Autism, ADHD, Aspberger’s, Dyslexia, and Functional Disconnect Syndrome.
Dr. Kristina Skraitz
is a 2014 Honors graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. She has trained and completed extensive post doctoral course work in Pediatrics and Women through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and completed her clinical training under Dr. Cherrie Marriott, D.I.C.C.P., Palmer College of Chiropractic’s leading Pediatric practitioner. Dr. Kristina traveled to Vietnam in June 2013 to provide chiropractic care to over 3,000 people. She works with patients of all ages and loves working with kids and their moms! Dr. Kristina is certified in the Webster Technique, which reduces tension in the pregnant pelvis to provide a more enjoyable, pain-free pregnancy, and a favorable environment that can allow malpositioned babies the opportunity to turn “head down” for a more ideal birth position. Dr. Kristina is proud to partner with the American Pregnancy Association to provide excellent chiropractic care to women in all stages of pregnancy or women trying to become pregnant. For more information on the American Pregnancy Association, visit www.americanpregnancy.org