Dr. Michael Hecker, DC has helped clients reduce post-surgical pain, reduce their dependence on medication, avoid surgery and injections, eliminate seasonal allergies, balance their blood pressure, increase their energy, and resolve long-term neck or back pain.
Michael’s main focus as a chiropractor and wellness practitioner is to help people who have had a health issue for 3+ months and are relying on medication to manage it. This includes chronic pain, digestive problems, breathing issues, imbalanced hormones, constipation, uncomfortable sensations in your arms and legs, and circulatory problems.
I am here to work with you and your health care providers to reduce your dependency on these medications. My approach includes using the Zone Technique chiropractic method, practical dietary advice, and techniques and strategies to reduce stress.
Q&A with Michael Hecker, DC
Q: How long have you been a physical therapist?
A: I have been practicing chiropractic since 2015.
Q. What areas do you specialize in?
A: I specialize in treating patients who have experienced chronic health conditions for 3+ months or longer.
Q. What brought you to your current style of practice?
A: I’ve studied the majority of mainstream chiropractic techniques, tested their results, and found the Zone Chiropractic Technique to be superior to all others.
Q. What is the goal of chiropractic?
A: To help patients reduce or eliminate dependency on medication, reduce pain and improve healing.
Q. What recent industry trends have you found most noteworthy?
A. I see more and more professionals relying on new gadgets and technology. I have found the timeless principles of healing will always be relevant.
Q. What are your current personal wellness goals and how are you addressing them?
A. My personal focus is continually tweaking and perfecting my morning and evening routines because I find that in life, we only accomplish the things that become unconscious habits.
Q. What is your favorite spot in Milwaukee?
A. When I feel nature calling, I spend some time at Bradford Beach. Disconnecting from the world and technology helps to keep me grounded and gives me a fresh perspective.
Q. What is your favorite place to eat in Milwaukee?
A. Lucky Ginger in the 3rd Ward
Q. What are your top three favorite things to do/hobbies?
A. I love to dance salsa, read self-improvement books, and chiropractic!
Q. What do you do to de-stress?
A. I workout and meditate. I have found these to be very effective when done properly and regularly.