Dr. Brandon Meye

As one of the specialists at LCHC, Dr. Brandon Meye shares a philosophy of rendering exceptional personalized care by treating the cause of a problem and not just the symptoms. He believes that an accurate diagnosis, coupled with an evidence-based, tailored treatment plan, produces amazing results. He assesses every patient and situation as unique and with empathy and concern for each and every patient’s well being.
 
His passion for chiropractic grew after being treated for a wake-boarding accident on Pewaukee Lake during his youth. While anatomy and biology had already intrigued him, he realized after a few adjustments and witnessing improvements in his condition, he knew from that point forward that he wanted to devote time to helping people achieve their own health and wellness goals. After experiencing firsthand, the body’s innate ability to overcome adversity and heal itself through proper exercise, diet, and chiropractic care, he decided to pursue his doctorate of chiropractic so he could enable others to benefit holistically, as he did.
 
While attending Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, his passion for helping people drew him to participate in a mission trip to India, where he provided the community with much needed and appreciated care.  After completing his preceptorship and graduating, he enjoyed treating families for 3 1/2 years at a facility in Mequon, Wisconsin. As an alumni of Arrowhead High School and a product of Lake Country, when a position came available at Lake Country Health Center, he felt it would be the perfect opportunity to give back to the community that helped mold him!

He is certified by the National Chiropractic Board of Examiners to utilize physiotherapy modalities that include, electric muscle stimulation, cold laser therapy, decompression traction, and rehabilitative exercise. He has also completed postgraduate hours to be certified in clinical nutrition and fascial movement taping techniques. Knowing how and when to implement these services allows Dr. Meye to effectively treat complicated cases and produce better results. He has experience working with collegiate and pro athletes, as well as, young children, high school athletes, and recreational athletes of all ages. Dr. Meye knows that a healthy nervous system and spine is vital not just for athletes, but for people of all ages and walks of life. Among his favorite things to do is educate patients on how the body works. This only helps his patients understand why this method of care works in facilitating the body to heal itself when the nervous system is working at its full potential, in addition to fostering a relationship of open communication to discuss any health concerns his patients may have.

In transitioning to Lake Country Health Center, he is enthusiastic about the integrative approach that this facility offers and is looking forward to his patients having the convenience of rehabilitative exercise/instruction, diet and supplementation, decompression, therapeutic massage, and acupuncture on site. These modalities complement and enhance the care he provides to complete the holistic wellness approach. His purpose is to improve both structure and function resulting in performance in activities with greater enthusiasm, endurance, enjoyment, comfort, and efficiency.