Travis Walters DC
Working to provide more than just chiropractic.
Travis Walters, DC and Co-owner of Catalyst Wellness
Dr. Travis Walters hails from Wichita, Kansas where he completed his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasize in Kinesiology from the University of Kansas. He then pursued his Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC) from Cleveland Chiropractic College where in addition to the chiropractic curriculum he spent over 300 credit hours of continuing education furthering his knowledge in areas of rehabilitation and treatment of various kinds of disorders. He holds certifications in Graston and FAKTR instrument assisted soft tissue techniques, FAKTR taping and is a Motion Palpation Institute certified practitioner. Dr. Walters is also certified in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization A and B.
Dr. Walters is a strong believer that a small change can make long and lasting results in the human body. With a patient-centered, evidence-influenced mindset Dr. Walters is confident in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. With his exercise science background he is partial to athletic injuries and performance enhancement but has the patience and finesse to treat his own two babies since birth. Outside the office, Dr. Walters can be found with his wife and two children enjoying everything beautiful Wisconsin has to offer or in the gym powerlifting, Olympic weight lifting, and kettlebell training.
Sarah Olson, DPT, CMTPT, CF-L2
Dr. Sarah was born and raised in Wind Lake WI. Following her graduation from Muskego High school, she attended the United States Naval Academy and served as a Navy Diver and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officer where she saw tours of duty in Sasebo Japan and Norfolk Virginia. She is a Gulf War II combat veteran having served as Officer in Charge of an Explosive Ordnance detachment in Iraq and Kuwait. She was honorably discharged from the Navy in 2004.
She earned her doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Including her 10 years of experience in a wide range of physical therapy treatments, she has specialty training in manual therapy with dry needling, orthopedic/sports rehabilitation, vestibular and balance and is a Certified Myfacial Trigger Point Therapist.
Complimenting her physical therapy expertise she is a CrossFit level 2 instructor at a local CrossFit gym.
Outside the office when Sarah is not chasing around for her three children, she is at the gym, reading a good book, or enjoying warm weather by the lake with her family.
Sarah deeply believes that making changes for health and wellness and taking ownership of our bodies, whether during rehabilitation or in a preventative setting is a process through which she can help others. The hardest part is taking the first step and committing to making YOU a priority.
Adam Brown, DC
Dr. Adam was born and raised in Tomah, Wisconsin. While in school at Tomah High and after graduation, Adam took time to learn more about mechanics with his father whether it was small motors or vehicles. He also took every chance he could in school to try out all different sports such as hockey, soccer, football, track & field, and baseball.
Dr. Adam earned a Bachelor of Science degree in General Biology with a nutrition minor from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. While studying at Lacrosse, he took much of his off time from studying hiking the bluffs and working on personal fitness goals. This is also where he would meet his current fiancé Rachel in his second year. They both found a love for the city which had many trails, and the Mississippi to explore.
Adam continued his education further at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While learning a greater passion for chiropractic, Adam took his additional time to be a part of Motion palpation club, Dr. Malley’s extremity courses, and further book studies behind functional movement/anatomy and physiology. It is his goal to further understand the mechanisms behind movement to further enhance his clinical skills directly to patient ambitions/lifestyles.
Outside of the Clinic, Adam enjoys staying active and always looking for something new to learn. Most of his time currently is spent going on hikes/trails with his fiancé and their husky, gardening, beekeeping, and mechanics. He has further goals of eventually designing a small hydroponics system for gardening and learning more about electrical wiring, plumbing.
Jenny Dodge, LMT
Massage shouldn't be a luxury, I view it as a necessity to help you deal with the toll life takes on your mind, body, and Spirit. My goals are you make you feel better, alleviate your aches and pains, quiet the thoughts swirling in your mind, and have someone focus on YOU!
I graduated out of Herzing University in Brookfield, WI; nationally certified and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). I know the power of touch through massage as I have experienced it with my history of migraines, bringing me to this field. Through my experience in Swedish, hot stone, deep tissue, prenatal massage, connective tissue and trigger point release, hot/cold hydrotherapy; together we will design a massage that will meet your personal needs.
I am engaged to Scott, the love of my life, and we have blended a family of four children: Daniel, Shannon, Lauren, and Travis. We keep busy by trying to keep up with the activities our children participate in, from the sidelines of a softball or football field to the crazy pods of robotics competitions and the lanes of the bowling alleys.
When long days at work and taking care of your family are taking a tole on your mind, body, and spirit. I know what you are going through, and am eager to massage your stress and tension away. Schedule an appointment today and RELAX, REFRESH, RENEW. Time to take care of you!
Matt Florentine, CF-L1, USAW
Movement is medicine for Matt Florentine. Matt grew up playing many different sports with baseball being his favorite. Once Matt graduated high school he spent a number of years working as an automotive technician. While he spent time working on cars he always had a passion for the gym and sport performance. Matt started pursuing this passion and became a CrossFit Level 1 Coach in 2013, soon after he became a USAW (USA weightlifting) coach. Over the years of coaching and training people Matt started putting his mechanic mind to work, fixing movement patterns in the gym setting. He is now a licensed chiropractic technician at Catalyst Wellness, holds his ACE personal trainer and has training in DNS (dynamic neuromuscular stabilization), and still coaches CrossFit. Helping people perform their best in their sport of choice or daily life is Matt's passion. Outside the clinic you can find Matt with his family; wife, Stephanie and daughter, Joanna; or in the gym working on his own fitness goals.
Ruth Tozer; Reiki, Ayurvedic, Healing Touch
My name is Ruth Tozer and I am an energy therapist. After working in the social work field for 10 years, I made a huge leap into the fitness field.
The fitness field leap continues on as I am in my 35th year teaching fitness classes, yoga and doing personal training. I have frequently laughed to myself at how my social work training has been so useful with fitness class members.
During my yoga training in the early 2000’s, I was introduced to energy work. I was awed and amazed at what I sensed in the energy fields of other people. I immediately went into extensive training with Reiki and Pranic (Ayurvedic) Healing. Healing Touch Program was my next endeavor. I am currently a Healing Touch Practitioner Apprentice. My most recent educational efforts have taken place over many years within Free Spirit School in Butler, WI.
What is energy work, you ask? Clients are dressed, lying on a massage table or sitting in a chair. Through various techniques, either hands on or hands off the body, the energy worker centers and rebalances the energy field (your aura) of the body. Chakras (energetic wheels of energy) are opened and connected to assist in the healing of an individual. I believe that many physical problems are due to emotional distress that we carry in our body, often the fascia or connective tissue. When the body calms and relaxes with energy therapy, pain is released and it has the opportunity to heal.
It is my intention to help people feel physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually better. Energy work is useful in promoting healing and can be used in conjunction with chiropractic and physical therapy. It is non-invasive and addresses issues of inflammation, pain, depression, pre/post operative care and end of life care. In addition to the energy work, most clients leave with growth work to do until the next session. Growth work assists in the gradual progression of healing. It is a way for each client to assist in taking responsibility for their own healing.
During the early part of my treatment for lymphoma, I had a significant amount of edema in my left leg. Ruth worked on that edema every day for a week. By the end of the week, the edema was gone and it did not return. It was great to get my leg back to normal and without anything but her work.
As part of my battle with lymphoma I had several sessions of chemotherapy. After each session, Ruth worked on me. I believe that her working on me was the reason I did not need to use the nausea medicine I was given if the chemo made me nauseous. Client--- CW
I have been seeing Ruth Tozer for almost five years. Originally it was for generally better health. Later it was to help me safely postpone needed surgery. She then worked on me in the hospital after the surgery and has continued to work on me during recovery. Now she works from home helping me stay healthy during these trying covid-19 times. I’m really thankful to have her ongoing help and expertise. Client---SW
Ruth is a master healer. I left every session energized and calm. Ruth reinforced my intuition about what I needed. She taught me how to do my own energy work between our sessions. Client---MH