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Realizing a dream, Dr. Earl J. Roth has returned to Antigo to practice chiropractic full time in his hometown.

Roth, a son of the late Dr. Earl J. and Catherine Roth, recently sold his 17-year practice in Rhinelander, returning to Antigo with his wife and two children to practice from his clinic, In Balance Chiropractic, at 612 Century Avenue, between Buck’s Pizza and Sweet Tyme Coffee Shop.

This has been a dream in the works for several years, Roth said. Prior to that, I was practicing in Fond du Lac and Janesville. My target was to serve the people of my home community.

With 20 years of experience, Roth has extensive training in the care of pregnant women and children, as well as pain, injuries, whiplash and motor vehicle accidents. He is also a nutritional and weight loss counselor and teaches classes in lifting training techniques for occupational health and safety for farmers and industry in the work place and home.

Chiropractic is much more than mobilizing the spine, joints and muscles, Roth said. I provide specific, gentle chiropractic adjustments to remove nerve interference and dysfunction. This is critical because our nervous system controls and regulates every single cell and function of the human body.

The doctor explained that the spine houses and protects the spinal cord, however humans were never designed to be in front of smart phones, electronic devices or steering wheels, standing for long periods or doing repeated heavy lifting

As a result, we often times become subluxated, a word I use to describe one or more vertebrae out of alignment putting pressure on a nerve, Roth said. Where that nerve goes is where we may see a symptom, a problem, or a malfunction. Frequently, we don’t even know there is a problem until we have pain and symptoms which are the last thing to occur.

Modest in outward appearance, In Balance Chiropractic offers state-of-the-art technology, developed in part by NASA to help find the location of the subluxation and nerve interference.

I am focused on finding and correcting the cause of pain and malfunction and moreover preventing it in the first place so that all my patients may have the option to feel good and live with the highest quality of function and living reachable, he said.

Roth noted that that not all health concerns or injuries can be treated through chiropractic services.

I have great relationships with many medical doctors in Antigo and practice together with them so that our people can get great care that they deserve, he said. The thing I find most rewarding is seeing my patients come in and tell me that their headaches are gone, they are able to work and sleep better, their pain is gone, or simply they feel great. Improving my patient’s quality of life is the goal.

A 1989 Antigo High School honors graduate, Roth is a fellow of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, a member of the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research, a Certified Wellness Professional and a Founding Member of the Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin.

He and his wife, Carrie married for 19 years, have two children, Rylee in high school and Zach in middle school. They live in Antigo.

In Balance Chiropractic can be reached at 715 623-5300. It is also on the Internet at inbalanceantigo.com.
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Dr. Earl Roth is at home in Antigo clinic
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Realizing a dream, Dr. Earl J. Roth has returned to Antigo to practice chiropractic full time in his hometown.

Roth, a son of the late Dr. Earl J. and Catherine Roth, recently sold his 17-year practice in Rhinelander, returning to Antigo with his wife and two children to practice from his clinic, In Balance Chiropractic, at 612 Century Avenue, between Buck’s Pizza and Sweet Tyme Coffee Shop.

This has been a dream in the works for several years, Roth said. Prior to that, I was practicing in Fond du Lac and Janesville. My target was to serve the people of my home community.

With 20 years of experience, Roth has extensive training in the care of pregnant women and children, as well as pain, injuries, whiplash and motor vehicle accidents. He is also a nutritional and weight loss counselor and teaches classes in lifting training techniques for occupational health and safety for farmers and industry in the work place and home.

Chiropractic is much more than mobilizing the spine, joints and muscles, Roth said. I provide specific, gentle chiropractic adjustments to remove nerve interference and dysfunction. This is critical because our nervous system controls and regulates every single cell and function of the human body.

The doctor explained that the spine houses and protects the spinal cord, however humans were never designed to be in front of smart phones, electronic devices or steering wheels, standing for long periods or doing repeated heavy lifting

As a result, we often times become subluxated, a word I use to describe one or more vertebrae out of alignment putting pressure on a nerve, Roth said. Where that nerve goes is where we may see a symptom, a problem, or a malfunction. Frequently, we don’t even know there is a problem until we have pain and symptoms which are the last thing to occur.

Modest in outward appearance, In Balance Chiropractic offers state-of-the-art technology, developed in part by NASA to help find the location of the subluxation and nerve interference.

I am focused on finding and correcting the cause of pain and malfunction and moreover preventing it in the first place so that all my patients may have the option to feel good and live with the highest quality of function and living reachable, he said.

Roth noted that that not all health concerns or injuries can be treated through chiropractic services.

I have great relationships with many medical doctors in Antigo and practice together with them so that our people can get great care that they deserve, he said. The thing I find most rewarding is seeing my patients come in and tell me that their headaches are gone, they are able to work and sleep better, their pain is gone, or simply they feel great. Improving my patient’s quality of life is the goal.

A 1989 Antigo High School honors graduate, Roth is a fellow of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, a member of the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research, a Certified Wellness Professional and a Founding Member of the Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin.

He and his wife, Carrie married for 19 years, have two children, Rylee in high school and Zach in middle school. They live in Antigo.

In Balance Chiropractic can be reached at 715 623-5300. It is also on the Internet at inbalanceantigo.com.
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