Jeffrey R Lyne, DC, DABCO
Superior Education: Excellent Results
"I believe that one must continuously upgrade their education in order to better serve their patients."
B.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 1983
Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology (4 years)
D.C. Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA 1986
Doctor of Chiropractic degree (4 years)
Graduated second in class-Summa Cum Laude, X-ray Extern
D.A.B.C.O. National Collage of Chiropractic, Lombard, IL 1995
Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists (4 years). This advanced degree in Chiropractic Orthopedics is held by only 2% of practicing chiropractors in the United States.
Advanced Training Temporal Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Active In His Profession
"I believe that it is necessary to stay current with what is happening in your profession, while at the same time it is vital that one be a leader."
American Chiropractic Association
Wisconsin Chiropractic Association
- Elected to Board of Directors (1993 - 2004)
- Clinical Advisory Committee
- Past South Central District President and Vice President
- Chairperson Postgraduate Orthopedics Program (1990-1995)
Wisconsin Back Society
Council on Chiropractic Orthopedics
Chiropractor of the Year 2005
Nels Bakke Award winner 1991
Sharing In Your Community Through Volunteerism and Service
"Sun Prairie is a great community, with terrific people. It has been pleasure and a privilege to serve and give back to the community."
Sun Prairie Chamber of Commerce, member, 1986 to present
Sun Prairie Jaycees, member, 1986 through 1992
Vice President 1989, 1990
Sun Prairie Exchange Club, member, 1989 to present
Board of Directors 1991-1993 & 2003-2005
President 1998-1999 and 2006-2007
Volunteer doctor at many regional sporting events including Badger State Games and Area Health Fairs
At this stage in my career after thirty years I get the most satisfaction from solving problems that people have had for many years. I think that is why I have been so successful with TMJ problems. Often these are long standing problems and the patients have generally tried many things over the years, before coming to my office. I use a wide variety of approaches to treat chronic musculoskeletal problems. Most are not in need of a simple straight forward adjustment/manipulation. Instead many require a complex approach involving soft tissue releases, the breaking up of adhesions, strengthening exercises, posture changes, work and lifestyle changes and sometimes nutritional changes as well. I especially enjoy working with patients who have been told they have to live with their problem. Those are the most satisfying when they improve. A motivated patient is the best to work with and I always give every patient everything I have.
"I enjoy a challenge. If it looks difficult and it is something new then most likely I'll be one of the first to try it, and not always successfully."
Hobbies include golfing, gourmet cooking, computers, reading, ballroom dancing, and spending time with family.