Chiropractor Kenneth Kerwin, D.C.
Dr. Kerwin earned his Bachelor of Science at Mankato State-Minnesota. He then went on to complete his Doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1995. Dr. Kerwin has completed post graduate training emphasizing on spinal-neuromuscular trauma and pain. He has received his masters certification from the San Diego Spinal Research Institute. He is board certified in chiropractic care in the state of Wisconsin and certified in nutrition counseling. Having spent the last 20 plus years treating more difficult spinal disc cases, has become the local expert in treating bulged and herniated discs without drugs and/or surgery. Dr. Ken has a strong passion to help people who are in pain and ultimately to improve the quality of their lives.
Dr. Danielle Stanczak
Dr. Danielle Stanczak is a New Berlin native and earned her undergraduate degree from St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI. She then went on to graduate from the prestigious National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL. While in chiropractic college she continued her education by taking seminars on Fascial Movement Taping: Rock Tape, McKenzie Method lumbar spine rehabilitation exercises, Webster technique for pregnant patients and whiplash treatment.
Dancing into Chiropractic
Dr. Stanczak was introduced to chiropractic at the age of 6 when doctors questioned if her brother had scoliosis while her parents were receiving care for low back pain. With chiropractic care, her brother was never questioned again and her parents were able to manage their low back pain. Later in life low back pain and a shoulder injury while dancing led her to decide on chiropractic as her profession. As a young athlete she knows what it’s like to be expected to perform while in pain. With care she was able to dance as a Radio Disney Dancer with Chubby Checker, Aaron Carter and Christy Carlson Romano without any pain. She would like to help other athletes have the same results with chiropractic care, and to achieve their personal best.-->
Outside the OfficeDr. Stanczak still enjoys Zumba, Pilates and ballroom dancing. She is passionate about helping patients of all ages, especially challenging and difficult cases. Nothing is more exciting than helping a patient become pain free and help them to achieve their goals, however big or small. She is excited to be back in Wisconsin in a philanthropic minded practice that continues to give back to the community.
Gena Mane, NCMT - Lead Massage Therapist
Gena grew up in New Berlin and Mequon. She has two daughters. Gena went to the Milwaukee School of Massage and has been a massage therapist since 2004. Gena has always had a strong desire to care for people in a variety of ways. Before Gena became a massage therapist, she was a teacher. After teaching, she became a dedicated nanny for multiple families. As our lead massage therapist, she uses a variety of techniques such as: deep tissue, acupressure, lymphatic, reiki, sports massage, swedish massage, pre-natal and infant massage, hot and cold stone therapy, Gua Sha, chair massage and cupping. Cupping is an effective therapy we have added that has brought clients a lot of relief. Gena looks forward to taking continuing education on a regular basis. This makes it possible for her to help her clients in multiple ways.
In addition to being a massage therapist at Associates in Spinal Relief, she also manages our Community Outreach program. She loves this program--as it allows her to give back to the community and work with new people.
Please contact our office if you are interested in learning more about having a complimentary "Employee Massage Day" at your place of employment!
Gena's ultimate goal is to help her clients reach and maintain their highest quality of life; spiritually and physically.
Patty - Chiropractic Technician
Patty is a Chiropractic Technician who graduated with honors from Moraine Park Technical College. Among her responsibilities are: taking x-rays, assisting patients with stretching and strengthening in our re-hab department, performing patient therapies and setting patients up on spinal decompression therapy. She assists our doctors with whatever they may need. Patty strives to make sure patients are comfortable and is attentive to their needs. Patient education is important to her. Prior to coming to this clinic, Patty started to have severe pain in her left knee when she ran. It got to the point where she would limp home. At that time, she did not know anything about chiropractic so she went a different route to seek relief. Needless knee surgery was performed and afterward she was told they didn't know what was wrong with her. She saw a chiropractor and learned that her problems were coming from her pelvis being rotated. She has been under chiropractic care ever since and has never felt that pain again. Ever! She continues to do the things she loves to do without the pain.
Sarah - Front Desk
Sarah is our face at the front desk. She spent ten years in the Muskego-Norway School District manning the health office and assisting with special needs students. She also coached the cross country team and was a coach for Girls on the Run of Greater Milwaukee. Before working in the school system, Sarah was a veterinary technician and trained horses. She received multiple fractures. Over the years, the residual pain became debilitating and the prescribed medication was causing additional problems. She returned to chiropractic care as a last resort, and has never looked back. She is excited to help others experience improvement through chiropractic care the way she did. Sarah lives in Muskego with her family. She is the proud mother of a US National Guardsman and of a Wisconsin Ambassador of Music. She is active with the Muskego Performing Arts Center, Muskego Music Friends, and the Muskego High School Marching Band.