Holistic Family Healing specializing in pediatric chiropractic and chiropractic care during pregnancy.
Wyss Family Clinic gives back
Dr. Skip and Dr. Julie work closely with Ben’s Wish, a local Green Bay charity to bring nutritious meals to underprivileged kids, the Freedom House, a homeless shelter for families and The Spine Project, a chiropractic charity for Veterans, kids & families. Dr. Julie works with the Meta Birth project, a nonprofit group offering complimentary doula and birth counseling to underage and underprivileged mothers.
meet Dr. Julie Wyss
Dr. Julie Wyss specializes in chiropractic care for families, children and expectant mothers!
A career day back in the sixth grade led to my interest in chiropractic. I opened up the career book to the page for either correctional officer or chiropractor! Between the two, I started looking into chiropractic. My interest grew but I didn’t realize the true benefits of chiropractic until I experienced some health issues during my first two years of college.
Proving Chiropractic’s Capabilities
The medical doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. Around the tenth or twelfth time I went to the doctor, I told them I wanted to try chiropractic. I visited a chiropractor and as I learned more about it, my life was turned around and I chose the path to chiropractic.
A Comprehensive Education
After graduating from UW-Green Bay, I packed up my life and moved to Davenport, Iowa to begin graduate school at the most prestigious chiropractic school there is, Palmer College of Chiropractic.
I continually strive to learn more and am continuously taking pediatric and pregnancy seminars to better serve the many families in our community. Dr Julie has completed over 200 hours of post-graduate training in the area of family wellness, including specialty studies and clinical competence for infants, children and the care in pregnancy and has received Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP).
Dr.Julie is Webster Technique certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and currently completing diplomate work through the ICPA. She is also certified in nutrition through the state of Wisconsin and qualified to give sound nutritional advice to better serve the families in our community.
Dr. Julie is the local facilitator for Pathways Connect. This wellness-based group allows families in our community to embrace chiropractic and living naturally. We gather groups of open-minded, holistic families in coming together to share ideas and connect.
Dr. Julie along with her husband, Dr. Skip are the founders of the Non-Profit, The Spine Project; a chiropractic charity for veterans, kids and families here in Green Bay.
meet Dr. Skip Wyss
I became a chiropractor to give back, help, and impact my community that I grew up in. This is why I had chosen to become a chiropractor. It was the best way to give back and have the biggest positive impact on the people that I love and care about. I have been seeing a chiropractor my whole life since I was 2 years old. My mother tells me that she took me because I had tummy troubles and “I just thought it would be good for you”.
That moment and decision from my mother impacted my life from that point forward. Who knew that I would be become a chiropractor 22 years later and have an amazing pediatric practice here in Green Bay. I tore my right knee up my senior high school year playing kickball and had to have surgery to fix it.Through chiropractic adjustments and care my knee healed faster than any other knee that my physical therapist had ever seen. It was at that point that my chiropractor approached me about becoming a chiropractor. I realized it was the chiropractic adjustments and care that allowed my body to heal at its fullest potential.
Additional Certifications and Training
Dr Skip has completed over 200 hours of post-graduate training in the area of family wellness, including specialty studies and clinical competence for infants, children and the care in pregnancy and has received Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP).
Dr. Skip is also certified in the Webster technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) to care for pregnant moms before conception, during pregnancy, and after babies arrive.
He teaches about adjustment techniques for infants and children throughout the United States and internationally with the Practice Evolution Program. Dr. Skip also coaches doctors internationally through his program, The Practice Evolution PRIME.
He is certified in nutrition through the state of Wisconsin and is currently working on his diplomate in pediatric care through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Supporting Our Local Area
Dr. Skip is a founding member of the The Spine Project, a local non-profit chiropractic charity to care for our veterans, active military, their kids and families. He is also the past president of the Thursday Morning Breakfast Optimist Club that works with our local Green Bay area children and their schools.
Dr. Skip speaks several times per year around the country and internationally through Palmer College of Chiropractic or the Practice Evolution Program. He also works with the Meta Birth Project, a nonprofit organization that provides complimentary doula and birth counseling to underage andunderprivileged mothers.
Director of First Impressions
I am from a small town in southern Minnesota, where I grew up with my mom, dad, sister and brother. After graduating high school, I pursued my Bachelor of Science through the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire studying Communication Sciences and Disorders. Then after graduation, I moved to Green Bay! (Don’t worry, I am a Packer’s fan!)
I enjoy hanging out with friends, playing with my pup and doing anything adventurous outside. I’m a huge book worm (thanks to my mom) and workout-holic. If I am not doing any of those things, you can find me in the kitchen baking up some goodies, always something with chocolate!
Because of Wyss Family Clinic, they have opened my eyes to a powerful profession that changes lives in an incredible way. I love coming to work every day and being able to learn, experience, take in techniques that help people, especially children. Wyss Family Clinic feels like home. They put so much time and care in their patients. I’m blessed to be a part of this wonderful team!
Ambassador of Buzz
meet Dr. Devin Reissing
Dr. Devin Reissing is so excited to begin serving the city of Green Bay, WI. Dr. Devin recently graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2017. Chiropractic has been a passion of his since being able to personally see the affects it had on his mother after she suffered a severe whiplash injury when he was a child. His love for chiropractic and children began to develop while he was interning at Wyss Family Clinic while completing his Bachelors at UW- Green Bay. During his time interning he witnessed miracles each and every day. Since then, he has made it a life goal to be a sought after pediatric chiropractor in his area. Before working at Wyss Family Clinic, Dr. Devin had the opportunity to serve at the only pediatric Chiropractic clinic in Marshfield, WI, Changes Within.
Dr. Devin is in the process of completing the ICPA pediatric certification. He holds certification in the Webster’s technique, which is a specific chiropractic analysis for pregnant mommas. He has also obtained certification in Clinical Microscopy and Therapeutic Nutrition to consult your family with its specific nutritional needs.
Dr. Devin is originally from Milwaukee but is now residing in Green Bay. He is also a Lyme disease survivor and lives with Type 1 diabetes. Ask him about his incredible story about how he nearly lost his life but was able to fight this horrific disease naturally through chiropractic and nutrition. Dr. Devin absolutely loves and adores his family which consists of Ashley, his SuperWoman wife, his beautiful princess, Louella, who was born Christmas Eve ’17 and his crazy 3-year-old boxer Curry.
I was born and raised in Texas. In 1997 I moved to Wisconsin to pursue a career in Printing. Changing career focus in 2015 to spend more time with family, I was blessed to be hired at Wyss Family Clinic where I work with wonderful Doctors, Staff and Patients. In my position, as "Director of First Impressions", the Doctors have given me the nickname Wonder Woman due to my super ability of multi-tasking!
I am happily married to my husband David and have three beautiful children. When I am done with a long week of crime fighting and multi-tasking as Wonder Woman I like to spend time watching the latest movies and shows as my job at the clinic affords me the benefit of having Netflix and Hulu.
On a more serious note, working at the Wyss Family Clinic is the most rewarding position I have held. Seeing the patients, especially the children, become happy and relaxed as their body begins to heal itself is a wonderful experience.
Front Desk Associate
I was born in Laos and raised in California, moved to Wisconsin on August of 2018. I decided to switch gear in careers after twenty years in the Casino Gaming to Medical Office Administration (Front Desk Receptionist) to have more time with my family and to keep my sanity, lol. I have lived in the west coast to the east coast and now we are settling in the mid-west.
I am a mother to three beautiful girls and a wife to a loving man child husband for fifteen years (don’t tell him I said that, lol). After posing all day at work for the Mona Lisa smile portrait I like to go home and relax in my pj’s and read a book. On my days off I love going to the movies, doing arts and crafts, creating a master piece in the kitchen for my family and sometimes for my work family too.
The best part of my job is getting to holding babies, playing with them then sending them home with their mothers. On a serious note, I enjoy working with Dr. Skip, Dr. Julie, Dr. Devin and Rosemary, witnessing firsthand how they have help our patients and their families to give them a better quality of life. I love seeing how our young patients shine when they come in to see the doctors.