Dr. Paige Pinnow, DC
Dr. Pinnow grew up in a small farm town in Southern Wisconsin. Her experience from a single chiropractic treatment was such a positive one that it changed her choice of studies during her undergraduate education. The more she learned about chiropractic and its benefits, the more interested she became in a career in chiropractic. Dr. Pinnow finds practice to be very rewarding by offering her patients pain relief as well as improving their overall health by using the natural approach to healing that chiropractic offers.
Dr. Pinnow attended undergraduate school at the University of Wisconsin La-Crosse and then proceeded to chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. At University of Wisconsin La-Crosse she achieved a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a focus in nutrition. In 2018, she graduated with honors, cum laude, from Palmer College of Chiropractic with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.
When asked what she enjoys most about being a chiropractor, Dr. Pinnow said, “getting to know each patient on a personal level and building relationships" and "helping people feel and function better."
In the office, Dr. Pinnow treats patients of all ages including athletes, pediatrics, pregnant mothers, geriatrics and everyone else in between. She utilizes a variety of hands-on treatment techniques including Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson, Webster and Activator adjusting styles. Dr. Pinnow says, "Having so many different tools and techniques allows me to treat practice members that are as young as one day old all the way up to one hundred years old."
Prior to starting her own practice in Muskego, Dr. Pinnow has previously served in the Brookfield, Beaver Dam and Marshall, Wisconsin communities.
Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with Dr. Olson, their dog Bailey, and two cats, Greycie and Kendrick. She also enjoys spending time with family, reading, hiking, and involving herself in a variety of other outdoor activities.