Julie Qualle

Chiropractor

Madison, WI

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License, Credentials & Experience

Licensed Doctor of Chiropractic
State of Wisconsin DSPS , #4295-12

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Endorsements

Breastfeeding
Pelvic Dysfunction
Birth

Practice Locations & Hours


Madison
5609 Medical Cir, Madison WI 53719, United States
Mon: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wed: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Fri: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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About me

I have the best job! Every day, I get to help someone feel better. I have the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people in Madison and help them to live more full, more functional lives. The skills I've learned as a chiropractor allow me to address health from the views of mechanics, nutrition, emotion, and spirituality. I work with professionals all across southern WI to support families in pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. I'm a member of MPC (Madison Postpartum Collective) and La Leche League, connecting families with resources they need. I'm looking forward to meeting you!


Practice Details

Insurance accepted
Aetna
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Dean Health Systems Inc
Medicaid
Medicare
United HealthCare

Questions & Answers

Julie Qualle Answers
When I treat patients with hamstring pain, I always address a few things. Tightness and shortness due to sitting needs to be balanced with massage and stretching (like the folks above mentioned), utilizing yoga to get fully healed. The sacroiliac (SI), hip, low back, and knee joints need to be restored to their proper alignment to ensure future functioning. This is done via chiropractic adjustments and myofascial release in the office. Foam rolling can help quite a bit, but can't always get to small, tight places (piriformis), and is often overdone, creating more inflammation. Best of luck to you!
Julie Qualle Answers
We have a lot of luck with using doTerra OnGuard oil, both diffused and taken directly in the mouth/throat (for adults), in reducing symptoms of seasonal allergies. Nettle tea is also excellent for alleviating sinus pain and pressure.





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