Meet The Doctors
Alexander Young D.C.
As a native of West Bend, Wisconsin, Dr. Alex had childhood dreams of becoming a healthcare practitioner. These dreams led him to pursue an undergraduate degree at Marquette University, where he became involved in the downtown Milwaukee community and gained firsthand knowledge of the shortcomings of our current healthcare environment.
From that point on, Dr. Alex knew he wanted to provide a better solution for community members - one that would be drug-free and help people feel empowered to make their own health decisions.
Dr. Alex became interested in the chiropractic field after a close friend educated him on the true power of chiropractic care. Once he had investigated several different techniques, Dr. Alex decided to seek out a neurologically-based chiropractor who ended up being able to correct the root cause of his specific health concerns. He noticed a decrease in his life-long chronic headaches and allergies within weeks and was finally able to get through his days without constant pain and frustration. Amazed by the results and inspired to provide the same care for others, Dr. Alex decided that he wanted to become a chiropractor as well.
Dr. Alex attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While in school, he worked under the family and pediatric staff doctor in Palmer's Clinic. He was also given the opportunity to assistant teach other students about pediatric and obstetric chiropractic care. Dr. Alex graduated with an advanced certification in the Torque Release Technique. Upon graduation, and still driven to give back to the Greater Milwaukee community, Dr. Alex opened Connect Chiropractic in Wauwatosa in March of 2020.
Dana Hammond D.C.
Since she was a child, Dr. Dana knew that she was born to serve. Growing up, her interests in and outside of school revolved around science, specifically how the human body functions and adapts to its ever-changing environment. This quickly led her to the healthcare field.
Dr. Dana was first introduced to chiropractic after her mom developed a severe episode of sciatica that left her unable to work or even walk. Her family was further disheartened by the situation when the initial solutions presented were limited to prescription medications that gave her only mild, temporary relief.
With little hope of recovery, her family began preparing for the worst. It was at this point that a family friend recommended Dr. Dana’s mom seek chiropractic care. Within just 4 weeks of receiving regular chiropractic adjustments, her mom’s symptoms were almost completely resolved, her mobility had been restored, and she was now able to drive, work, and spend quality time with her family. From this moment on, Dr. Dana knew that the path of chiropractic was the one she was supposed to follow.
In 2021, Dr. Dana graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. She also holds a BS in Human Biology as well as a BA in Neuroscience. While attending school, Dr. Dana underwent training in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), adolescent mentorship, and nutrition/botanical medicine.
In her free time, she enjoys staying active both indoors and outdoors, including cooking, backpacking, hiking, and remote camping.
Marlee Williams D.C.
With lifelong dreams of a career in healthcare, Dr. Marlee Williams grew up playing soccer and loving all things health and wellness related. This led her to pursue an undergraduate degree in Health and Human Performance at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where she became a certified Personal Trainer and gained extensive knowledge about the structure and function of the human body.
Dr. Marlee first discovered chiropractic after suffering a soccer injury and finding that multiple therapeutic routes had only left her with more pain and no answers. She decided to try something new, and after a few chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Marlee realized that she was not only pain-free but was seeing positive results in many other aspects of her life as well. It was then that she decided she wanted to help other people feel this way too.
Dr. Marlee attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While in school, she worked under a staff doctor in Palmer’s clinic, where she was given the opportunity to care for patients of all ages and was able to deepen her knowledge of the importance of a well-functioning nervous system.
In her free time, Dr. Marlee enjoys spending time outdoors, doing CrossFit, practicing yoga, cooking, and spending time with her friends and family.
Kimber Llewellyn D.C.
Growing up outside of Toledo, Ohio, Dr. Kimber Llewellyn grew up very active playing soccer and long-distance running. Over the years of competitive sports, she sustained multiple injuries including concussions that left her with reoccurring and debilitating migraines. Dr. Kimber first sought care through traditional medical doctors but only saw minimal improvement with her migraines.
It was at this time that she went to a chiropractor for the first time. Within her first month of regular chiropractic care, she no longer experienced regular migraines!
After seeing how chiropractic could improve people’s lives firsthand, Dr. Kimber began her journey to becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic. She attended The Ohio State University before starting chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
In her free time, Dr. Kimber enjoys spending time outdoors biking, hiking, and running. She also likes to get creative in the kitchen and try new recipes often.
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