Megan Thompson D.C.
I grew up in the small town of Pittsville, WI, and graduated from Pittsville High School in 2007. From there, I went to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where I pursued my bachelor’s degree in Biology and graduated in 2011. I knew that I wanted to be in the healthcare field and utilize my degree, but was uncertain about which path to take. After working for 3 years and getting hands on patient care as a certified nursing assistant, I remembered how chiropractic had influenced not only me, but also my family. My dad sustained a disc injury while out in the woods turkey hunting during my childhood. It was a debilitating injury and the medical doctors wanted to do surgery. He chose to see his chiropractor and went to physical therapy as well. He was able to make an excellent recovery and return to his factory job where mobility is imperative. Not too long after, I was thrown off my horse resulting in persistent back pain at 12 years old which led to my first chiropractic experience. Due to these positive and influential chiropractic experiences, I decided to pursue a career that allows me to promote self-healing, true health care, and improve the quality of life of patients in my new community.
In my free time, I try to be outside as much as I can. I enjoy hiking with my husband and Boston terrier Theo, camping and fishing with family, and soaking up as much sun as Wisconsin will give us. In the winter, I love walking through the beautiful woods and snowboarding when I get the chance. Wisconsin has always and will always be my home, and I am so thrilled to have the opportunity to come back and serve this community.