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At Aim Chiropractic we treat the cause of your pain and not just the presenting symptoms.  By relieving the subluxations in your spine allowing the body to heal itself naturally. Our mission is to develop a trusting relationship with our patients while providing excellence in diagnosis and treatment of Musculo-skeletal dysfunction. Our goal is to help our patients reach new heights in healthcare.

We are providers for most major insurance plans including Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aspirus, Optum, Medicare, Medicaid, VACCN, and others. We also accept same day pay.

Walk-ins are always welcome.


Meet Dr. Amy Dahlke


I have been given the opportunity to carry on Dr. Christopher Clifford's chiropractic practice and continue his legacy of providing quality chiropractic care to you.  The Wausau community has lost a great Doctor of Chiropractic and I know I have some big shoes to fill.  

I would like to introduce myself.  My name is Dr. Amy Dahlke.  I am a practicing Doctor of Chiropractic with an emphasis in Chiropractic Neurology, since 1999.   I just recently relocated back to Wausau area due to marriage and to be closer to my family.  I was raised on a dairy farm in Stanley, WI, where my parents still reside.  I am passionate about the body's amazing ability to heal, repair and regenerate itself.  My mission is to provide specific Chiropractic Neurology Adjusting with spinal rehabilitation/fitness along with diet/nutrition and detoxification.  I believe in partnering with my patients and helping guide them along their journey to optimal health.  In my spare time, I like to devote free time to faith and family, exercise, archery, gardening and travel.  I look forward to meeting you and getting connected in the Wausau community.



Low Back Pain


Spinal manipulation is the most common technique. Some techniques can be done manually and some will require the help of chiropractic instruments. In addition to spinal manipulation, other therapies may be used that are designed to decrease pain and to increase the health of the spine and surrounding structures. The approach used will vary depending on the patient’s physical condition and the cause for their back pain.

Neck Pain


A neck adjustment, also known as cervical manipulation, is a precise technique that is applied to the joints of the neck and is usually done manually. The goal of this technique is to improve the mobility of the spine and to restore the neck’s range of motion. It may also increase the movement of connecting muscles. This procedure can result in increased ability to turn and tilt the head as well as reduced pain, soreness, and stiffness. A continuing treatment plan might include mobilization, massage or rehabilitative exercises.



Ice to reduce inflammation around the joint along with a soft tissue massage to improve the knee’s range of motion are common treatments of knee pain. Manual manipulation and mobilization techniques can help with restricted movement in the joint as well as the surrounding joints. While treating the pain in and around the knee, it may also be necessary to determine if there are alignment issues in other areas of the body that might be contributing to the knee pain.

Shoulder Pain 


Can be caused by the muscles and ligaments shifting out of alignment and pulling differently. Depending on the symptoms, treatment can include gentle techniques that can be performed to adjust the joint or to shift it forward or backward by using a drop table piece or a manual adjustment. Adjusting the neck and upper back can also help to relieve shoulder discomfort.

Numbness, Tingling & Pain


These are symptoms of a nerve blockage and will be treated by an investigation to determine where the blockage is occurring. Common places for a nerve blockage are in the spine, along the ribs, upper arm, elbow or wrist, or in the legs from the hips down to the heels. The technique used to treat these symptoms will vary according to the location of the blockage and the symptoms.

Arm & Leg 


These pains typically originate in the back and neck. It can be treated by realigning the discs and other parts of the spine to release the pressure on the nerves that go through the back region and into the arms and legs. This can be achieved with manual manipulation.

Foot & Ankle 


For ankle pain, as long as the pain is in the joint, and not due to a sprain or tear, an adjustment can be done by pulling on the foot in a specific manner in order to get the ankle joint to move. In some cases, the relief can be instant. The foot, however, is made up of many little joints that can easily go back out of place as soon as the patient begins walking on it again due to the pressure of the patient’s weight. Although, Dr. Chris would be happy to make an assessment, an appointment with a podiatrist might be a better solution in this case.

Headaches & Migraines


A spinal manipulation or an adjustment will be performed in order to increase spinal function and to decrease the stress on the body. Dr. Chris will also be happy to work with you to determine how to avoid reoccurring headaches/migraines, such as a change in diet, daily behaviors, and a reduction in environmental factors.


Techniques-Menu of Services

  • Activator Methods®

    • This technique uses a small, hand held instrument, which provides a quick and gentle impulse force to the spine in order to treat back pain, neck pain and headaches.

  • Diversified Spinal and Extremities

    • One of the most common techniques that is done by hand along with possibly the assistance of a table or block. This method can cause a popping noise that is typically associated with chiropractic adjustments.

  • Spinal Decompression

    •  A therapeutic approach to relieving back pain and/or leg pain in order to stretch the spine by using a traction table. The patient should not feel any type of pain during or after the procedure but may feel a relaxing stretch in the back afterwards.

  • EMS

    • Electrical Muscle Stimulation is a procedure to reduce inflammation, muscle spasms and back pain. This is achieved by placing electrodes on the skin, and sending gentle electrical pulses into the affected soft tissue where the muscle may be tight. This procedure cues the body to release endorphins, which eases pain.

  • Myofascial Release 

    • A therapy focused on releasing shortness and tightness in the muscles. This is a common therapy for patients after losing flexibility or function following an injury or after having consistent pain in the back, shoulder, hip, or any area containing soft tissue. Also treats Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) disorder, carpal tunnel syndrome, or possibly fibromyalgia or migraine headaches.


  • Thompson Drop

    • This technique involves the patient lying face down on a drop table that is adjusted to fit the patient. Dr. Chris will then apply a quick thrust above the drop piece of the table, activating the drop piece of the table to lower. This will assist with the manipulation of the joint.

  • Flexion Distraction 

    • Technique that is typically used to help treat conditions of the lumbar spine. This is a non-invasive method to increase spinal motion and to help resolve bulging discs and disc herniation.

  • Erchonia Low Level Laser

    • State-of-the-art light therapy that is FDA approved for chronic neck and back pain​, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, bursitis, etc.. The low lever laser reduces inflammation and increases healing potential safely, without surgery or any side effects.

  • CranioSacral Therapy

    • Gentle touch to palpate and restore the joint fixation of the cranium/sacrum. It promotes the healing of a variety of health conditions including concussions and colic.​

  • Neuromuscular Re-Education and Rehabilitation

    • Used to restore normal body movement patterns via the nerves and muscle reconditioning.​

  • Nutritional Assessments

    • A comprehensive evaluation to identify a person's overall dietary health and recommend improvements to correct any deficiencies.

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Our Address


1027 South 17th Ave

Suite C

Wausau, WI 54401






Opening Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 

8:00 AM – 6:00 PM


12:00 PM- 6:30 PM


By Appointment


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