Dr. Aaron Kirking – Chiropractor
Dr. Aaron Kirking wondered why his father was in so much pain when he was a young boy. Watching his father suffer through excruciating low back pain (laying on the ground incapacitated) taught him how important a healthy spine and body could and should be. His father left him early in life at age 5. As Dr. Aaron reached his teenage years he experienced his mother’s repercussions of a spinal injury resulting in multiple failed surgeries. She impacted the ground falling from a ski lift and injured her lumbar (low back) region resulting in a severe disc injury. As one would expect seeing both parents suffer from spinal pain helped shape his appreciation for both health and function at a very young age.
Dr. Aaron Kirking started his formal education at St. John’s Military Academy graduating as Valedictorian 1991. He accepted a four year scholarship to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he studied Structural Engineering and Science. The natural mesh of structure and science brought him to Northwestern Chiropractic College where he graduated in 2001. His specialties include strength and conditioning, structural analysis, structural correction, physiological correction and rehabilitation for trauma based injuries. Dr. Aaron’s passion for life is felt in his practice through his unique style, techniques and love for Chiropractic. Loyal and devoted to chiropractic, Dr. Aaron travels nationally and internationally participating in professional sporting events treating athletes. Events include: snowboarding, mogul competitions, giant slalom, golfing, baseball, basketball, football, volleyball, base jumping, and skydiving.
Other passions of Dr. Aaron are his dogs Dr. Gus and Roscoe P Coltrane, skiing (water and snow), skydiving, base jumping, scuba diving, hiking, climbing, golfing, sailing, golfing, volleyball, and cross training with weights, yoga and running.
Dr. Aaron looks forward to sharing the Spinal Health experience with you and your family. Let us teach you what true health means.