Mark A McCann, DC, CCSP
A Superior Education Lights The Way
Associate Arts Degree: Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, Iowa
"Did you know that as a Chiropractor, I have more coursework in nutrition than any other type of health-care providers? And did you know that the rigorous training to become a chiropractor includes many of the same courses as medical doctors? Anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, and x-ray interpretation are just a few examples. The big difference is that I specialize in spinal adjustments and other natural therapies and do not use potentially harmful drugs or surgery."
Professional Memberships Offer An Open Exchange Of Ideas
"Memberships in professional associations allow me to draw from the experience of my peers. We can discuss difficult cases, share technique ideas and broaden our base of knowledge to better benefit you, the patient."
For The Love Of The Land
Dane Co. Pheasants Forever- Past President, Board of Directors
"Growing up in Iowa, I grew to appreciate the prairie grasslands and the upland game birds they produce, especially the ring-neck pheasant. That is why I feel very passionately about the conservation organization, Pheasants Forever, since it began in Dane County in 1987, serving as treasurer for 3 years, president for 3 years and continuing to serve on the board as a director. I am also active in the local Oregon chapter of Ducks Unlimited and the Southern Dane Chapter of National Wild Turkey Federation."
Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner treating all types of athletes
"After treating athletes in the soccer programs, Badger State Games, and several rodeo events, I developed an interest in sports injuries. Beginning in 1994, I enrolled in a ten month, 120 hour course, on sports injuries. After passing the examination, given by the American Chiropractic Association, I am now a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner. I have been involved with Pro-Sport Chiropractic, treating riders competing in the P.R.C.A. Great Lakes Circuit rodeo events."
Helping Within The Community
Wisco Industries, Ergonomics Committee/Back Schools
"To be a doctor is to care for the health and welfare of all. It is a responsibility I take seriously and gladly accept."