Dr. Emma Schroeder, D.C.
Dr. Emma Schroeder is a 2016 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Before attending chiropractic school, Dr. Schroeder attended Rockford High School and Grand Valley State University. She completed Bachelors of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2012. While at GVSU, she tutored students in various subjects including basic statistics and human anatomy, and was a founder and officer of both GVSU Eventing and GVSU Pre-Chiropractic Clubs.
Dr. Schroeder was inspired to pursue chiropractic by her long time family chiropractor and mentor, Dr. Sandra Stanton. She started visiting Dr. Stanton as a patient when she was quite young due to childhood asthma and allergies. Regular chiropractic care has helped her immensely in managing these common conditions. She worked for Dr. Stanton as a chiropractic assistant for a year and a half before starting at Palmer College. While at Palmer, Dr. Schroeder held a work-study position at the esteemed Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research for 3 years, was nominated for the Clinical Excellence Award, and earned additional certifications in multiple techniques including Kinesio Taping, Activator Methods, Webster Technique, and Animal Chiropractic.
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