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            Curtis Kempel, DC

            Chiropractor located in Oak Brook, IL

            About Dr. Kempel

            Dr. Curtis Kempel is a licensed chiropractic physician and nationally certified in physiotherapy. Dr. Kempel was born and raised in northwest Illinois and received his Bachelor of Science from NIU in 2007. He moved to Wisconsin to study at Theda Care’s School of Radiologic Technology where he received awards for “Academic Excellence” and “Outstanding Patient Care and Clinical Skills” and then worked in Theda Care’s hospitals as an MRI technologist. He later graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic.

            Dr. Kempel didn’t discover chiropractic care until he had a serious low back injury while working at the hospital. He has been an avid weight lifter and runner since high school, and after his injury it was discovered this active lifestyle without education on proper form and preventative measures led to his disc injury. While helping a patient off the MRI table (as he had done many times before), he heard a pop in his back and fell to his knee in acute pain. An MRI revealed an L5 disc protrusion. At this same time, he was applying to physical therapy programs. However, after receiving care from physical therapists with only minimal pain relief, he went to a chiropractor. The chiropractor adjusted his back, performed flexion-distraction to relieve pressure on the injured disc, and various physiotherapy techniques to relax the muscles around his injury. He had more pain relief and increased mobility after one visit to the chiropractor than he had gotten after weeks of only PT. After a month of this combination of chiropractic and PT care, he decided to pursue his doctorate in chiropractic instead of physical therapy.

            With his experience in both the medical and chiropractic models, Dr. Kempel believes in an integrated approach to health and wellness care. While studying at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Kempel invested time outside of the common curriculum to get trained in multiple techniques and evidence-based treatment protocols including the McKenzie Method, Thompson drop table, Gonstead pelvic bench, Disc Decompression, and myofascial release techniques. At Oak Brook Medical Center, Dr. Kempel works with the medical staff to help diagnose and treat patients in order to create the best possible outcomes. He believes having multiple licensed healthcare professionals in the same building, working with the same patient, and in constant communication is the best way to help people get out of pain and reach their maximum potential.

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            ,  Office of Curtis Kempel, DC

            Dr. Curtis Kempel is a licensed chiropractic physician and nationally certified in physiotherapy. Dr. Kempel was born and raised in northwest Illinois and received his Bachelor of Science from NIU in 2007. He moved to Wisconsin to study at Theda Care’s School of Radiologic Technology where he received awards for “Academic Excellence” and “Outstanding Patient Care and Clinical Skills” and then worked in Theda Care’s hospitals as an MRI technologist. He later graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic.

            Dr. Kempel didn’t discover chiropractic care until he had a serious low back injury while working at the hospital. He has been an avid weight lifter and runner since high school, and after his injury it was discovered this active lifestyle without education on proper form and preventative measures led to his disc injury. While helping a patient off the MRI table (as he had done many times before), he heard a pop in his back and fell to his knee in acute pain. An MRI revealed an L5 disc protrusion. At this same time, he was applying to physical therapy programs. However, after receiving care from physical therapists with only minimal pain relief, he went to a chiropractor. The chiropractor adjusted his back, performed flexion-distraction to relieve pressure on the injured disc, and various physiotherapy techniques to relax the muscles around his injury. He had more pain relief and increased mobility after one visit to the chiropractor than he had gotten after weeks of only PT. After a month of this combination of chiropractic and PT care, he decided to pursue his doctorate in chiropractic instead of physical therapy.

            With his experience in both the medical and chiropractic models, Dr. Kempel believes in an integrated approach to health and wellness care. While studying at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Kempel invested time outside of the common curriculum to get trained in multiple techniques and evidence-based treatment protocols including the McKenzie Method, Thompson drop table, Gonstead pelvic bench, Disc Decompression, and myofascial release techniques. At Oak Brook Medical Center, Dr. Kempel works with the medical staff to help diagnose and treat patients in order to create the best possible outcomes. He believes having multiple licensed healthcare professionals in the same building, working with the same patient, and in constant communication is the best way to help people get out of pain and reach their maximum potential.


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