Shorewood Family Chiropractic Celebrates 10 Years, Welcomes New Doctor
Dr. Jennifer Dotto
Shorewood Family Chiropractic (SFC), which celebrated 10 years in business in October, welcomes chiropractic doctor Jennifer Dotto to the staff. Dotto specializes in women’s health conditions—including fatigue, hormone balance and digestive issues—and is certified in nutrition response testing. Initial nutritional consultations with Dotto are free until the end of November.
Owner Dr. Monica Maroney, a lifelong Shorewood resident, was recognized by Milwaukee Magazine in the Best of Holistic Healers category. She specializes in the treatment of children and pregnant women, practices whole family care and was the first chiropractor in the Milwaukee area to become a diplomate in chiropractic pediatrics, a three-year postgraduate program, through the Palmer Institute. SFC also provides a certified acupuncturist and licensed massage therapists.
Maroney comments, “Both Dr. Dotto and I love working in the North Shore. Chiropractic is gentle and safe for children as well as adults, and we love seeing people improve their health naturally.”
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Location: 4433 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-962-5483, email MMaroney@ShorewoodFamilyChiro.com or visit ShorewoodFamilyChiro.com.
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