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Andrew Jolley, D.C.
Dr. Jolley graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in February 2003.  He grew up here in the Cedar Valley and attended East Waterloo High School.  He married his wife Susie while attending the University of Northern Iowa, and they have been blessed with four children;  Cameron, Tyler, Jake, and Lucy.

Dr. Jolley spends his free time hunting, fishing, and watching the kids participate in baseball and football programs in the area.
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Daniel P. McGrane, MPT

Dan graduated from St. Ambrose University with a Master of Physical Therapy in December, 2003.  He is a Waterloo native and graduate of East Waterloo High School.  Dan and his wife Erin married while he was a graduate student at St. Ambrose.  They moved back to the Cedar Valley shortly after Dan completed his studies.  They have two children; Liam and Dublin.

Dan is a certified Astym® provider as well as being certified to perform FMS™ screens.  He is also a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist™ by the Back School of Atlanta.  Dan has been voted the Courier's "Best of the Best" — Best Physical Therapist 2012.
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Eric Rottinghaus, D.C.
Dr. Rottinghaus graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic as a Doctor of Chiropractic.While at Logan he served as the Student Athletic Director and won the Student Services Award. Before attending Logan, he attending Loras College in Dubuque, where he majored in Sports Science. He also prides himself in winning enough "intramural champion" t-shirts to clothe a small country (probably an exaggeration). Dr. Rottinghaus got his start at Don Bosco High School, in Gilbertville. After living in St. Louis, while attending Logan, he and his wife Trela settled back into the Cedar Valley in 2002, where he has been practicing ever since. They now have two children, Kile and Cavanaugh.

Dr. Rottinghaus has been an active member of American Chiropractic Association and the Iowa Chiropractic Society since graduating in 2002. In 2004, he became president of the North East district of the Iowa Chiropractic Society. He went on to receive the Outstanding District President Award in 2005, and since been serving as the Director of the North East district.

Dr. Rottinghaus is active in the local community and is a member of the Exchange Club. He has also been voted the Courier's "Best of the Best" — Best Chiropractor 2004, 2005 and 2006.
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