On a daily basis I am amazed by people’s ability to heal and transform. After working with our office, patients are able to move, walk, and sit easier than they ever imagined possible. They sleep through the night for the first time in years and forgive family members after decades of heartache. People heal from conditions that medical doctors told them they would just have to learn to live with. These changes, large and small, continue to astound me.
The healing power of chiropractic is something I have been experiencing first-hand since I was in high school. Over the years, I have seen chiropractors for a range of physical, mental and emotional challenges. Now I get adjusted because it keeps me happy, healthy and able to function at my best.
I grew up on the North Shore and studied philosophy as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago. After a few years as an economic consultant, it was time for a career in something that I was passionate about. There were few things I believed in more deeply than in the role chiropractic played in improving my emotional, mental and physical life. And so I enrolled at Life Chiropractic College West in California and received a doctorate in chiropractic. I have published papers in chiropractic journals, spoken internationally, and received awards for my research and writing. I have held leadership positions within a variety of chiropractic organizations. I am currently active in local non-profit organizations including the Woman’s Club of Evanston and have been appointed by the mayor to a City of Evanston Committee.
About Dr. Will Vogds
Dr. Will Vogds grew up in New Berlin, Wisc. He attended Carroll College, where he played football. He first began seeing a chiropractor as a result of pain and injuries from football.
Will received his doctorate in chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Ga. While in chiropractic school he was exposed to the power of the Bio Geometric Integration (BGI) approach to chiropractic and began immersing himself in studying the approach.
Will is passionate about adjusting babies and children. He also loves helping young athletes reach their full potential.
Will is at Chiropractic First on Tuesdays
About Our Intern Caleb
Caleb is a chiropractor in training, and comes from St. Louis, Missouri. He is currently attending Logan College of Chiropractic and serving as part of the team here at Chiropractic First. He will be working as an intern in the office from January through April to complete the final trimester of his schooling. You may see him working with Rachael behind the desk and with Dr’s Meggie and Will in the adjusting space. He enjoys movement of any kind (trail runs, pushing weight around in the gym, and basketball are a few of his favorites); he’s also a fan of good home-cooked meals, books on adventure and travel, movies, and living a simple and sustainable life. He embraces the life and message of Christ, the message of love, and the message of vitalistic chiropractic.