Dr. Jeremy Ascherl grew up in Emmetsburg, Iowa, where he developed his hard work ethic and love for athletics. His active lifestyle and passion for wellness led to a strong interest in pursuing a health career. Dr. Ascherl attended Ellsworth Community College as a student-athlete before transferring to University of Wisconsin-Platteville to finish his education and wrestling career.
Dr. Ascherl graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, the fountainhead and leader in chiropractic education. In addition to working in the Palmer Community Clinic and Community Outreach Clinics, Dr. Ascherl was an intern in the Sports Rehabilitation Department where he received additional experience utilizing a variety of soft tissue techniques including Active Release Technique and Graston Technique to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Ascherl is committed to restoring proper spinal alignment and function for patients of all ages and walks of life.
“I aim to help patients create a healthier life through treatment and education. Whether you are in constant pain, experience occasional headaches, or just want to take a proactive approach to your health, chiropractic is the best approach to creating a healthier life.”
When he is not treating patients, he is active in the community, enjoys golfing, working out/running, volunteering to coach high school wrestling, watching all Hawkeye sports and spending time with his family. Dr. Jeremy retired Nov 2019 from the 185th Air Refueling Wing as an aerospace propulsion mechanic. He served for 20 years including over 8 deployments with Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom. Some of his accolades include Hometown Hero Salute Award and three Air Force Outstanding Achievement Awards.
Dr Aaron Stoltz
Dr. Stoltz graduated from Iowa State and went on to graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Stoltz has over 20 years of experience adjusting. He enjoys getting to know his patients and helping them learn the benefits of chiropractic. While at Palmer College he was actively engaged as class president, president of the Palmer Veterans Association, Teaching Assistant in the Neuromusculoskeletal Diagnoses Dept, Continuing Education Monitor. Dr. Stoltz has also been trained in Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation.
Dr. Stoltz retired from the Army National Guard with 25 years as a Senior Warrant Officer/Helicopter Pilot/Aviator. He also spent 10 years at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital as a sole Doctor of Chiropractic, treating our nations heroes. During this time at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO., he was active in the Freemasons and is a Past Master.
Dr. Stoltz and his wife, Kim, moved back to Iowa to be closer to family, Their son and his family live in Grimes. They also have a daughter in Allen, Texas.
Dr. Stoltz enjoys traveling, gardening, spending time with his grandchildren, family and friends.
Kristi Adams, LMT
Kristi Adams has been a licensed massage therapist since 2002 in Texas. She received her license in Iowa in August of 2016 after relocating here with her husband and two children. She is trained in various modalities of therapeutic massage and bodywork, including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, sports, medical, prenatal and chair massage. She loves helping people improve their overall health and well-being through her work as a therapist.