Dr. Bedor provides conservative healthcare that focuses on letting the body heal itself by the use of adjustments and exercises. He is excited to give back to the New London and surrounding communities that helped turn him into the chiropractor he is today. He was raised in Shiocton where he participated in a variety of sports in high school, and this is where he began to realize how powerful the human body is in overcoming the daily grind along with the rigors of sports and extracurricular activities.
Dr. Bedor obtained a Bachelors Degree in Science with an emphasis on Health Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. This is where he also played football for four years, and was introduced to methods to help the body recover faster. He then attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic.
Dr. Bedor is an active citizen within the New London and surrounding communities. Dr. Bedor likes to be active and outdoors and is always looking forward to hunting season. Currently, Dr. Bedor and his wife Lanae reside in New London, WI with their three sons and daughter. The entire family is excited to further the relationships they have created, while also beginning new ones with not only individuals but also their families.
Glen E. Rooyakkers, D.C., provides comprehensive chiropractic care with extensive training in neurology, nutrition, and orthopedics.
Dr. Rooyakkers earned a Bachelor's Degree in Human Anatomy and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from The National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois. He served his internship at the Chicago General Health Services in Chicago, Illinois.
He is known for his high quality healthcare, community involvement, and leadership. Dr. Rooyakkers enjoys public speaking on a wide range of topics from specific health conditions to nutrition. He has experience in industrial and work site assessment, as well as sports injuries.
In addition to practice, Dr. Glen enjoys spending time with his family, bow hunting, and skiing.