"I've been seeing a doctor regularly for about thirty years, but my story actually starts about fifty- four years ago.
When I was 19 years old I was in an automobile accident. I was thrown from the car and landed on my heard. When I got up from the ground there was a knot on the right side of my crown about the size of a goose egg. It eventually went away.
However, when I was making the bed one morning (I was 42 years old by this time), I flipped the bedspread toward the head of the bed from the end and POP. If felt and sounded as thought I had torn something in my back. I stood up and moved around. Nothing hurt and I could not find anything which was torn. I continued with my days activities. As the day progressed my back began to hurt. Over the next two or three days, my back ceased to hurt but it was painful to sit down and stand up. Not the actual sitting or standing, but the process of doing so. It eventually went away, but this painful sitting and standing recurred several times of the next couple of years. By this time I had obtained two very small grandchildren. My daughter and grandchildren were planning to visit or play with my grandchildren. I found a coupon for a chiropractor and scheduled a visit that very day. Dr. Young told me that I had rotated three lumbar vertebra about 45 degrees. I was Dr. Young for treatments each day for the next week and every other day for the week following that. When my grandchildren arrived I was able to hold and play with them, even on the floor. Of course the treatments were continued and gradually reduced over the next three months until once a month was sufficient.
Also add these two ingredients to my already existing back issue: sitting at a desk for 55 years and bad posture.
As I had said earlier, I had seen a doctor regularly since my first visit with Dr. Young. Since then, however, I had moved from Kansas City, MO to Elkhorn, WI. The process of moving: lifting and carrying created all kinds of issues with my back. I started seeing a doctor in Elkhorn, but after several visits his method of treatment did not seem to be helping. In conversation with my neighbor, Helen, she told me about Dr. Bartz, and his method of treatment, which was similar to the doctor I was seeing in Kansas City.
I called for an appointment and have been seeing Dr. Bartz since February 1, 2010.
Dr. Bartz treatments have been beneficial and both he and his staff are very friendly
Shirley R Parker
"My Chiropractor was ready to retire and referred me to Dr Bartz. I was having some back pain and do not like to medications so Chiropractic seems the way to go for me. I have been a patient with Dr Bartz for years and he has been very helpful.
My wife also started care with Dr Bartz and he helps keep her back healthy without medication.
Linda is great in the office situation and is always pleasant with a smile on her face.
John and Jean Jarosz