Bio: Stittleburg, Taryn (New Business - 2019)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/17/2019
Stittleburg, Taryn (New Business - 2019)
After growing up in Neillsville, Taryn Stittleburg graduated from Neillsville High School in 2009 and she attended Winona State University. She then went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA, where she earned her bachelor of science and her doctor of chiropractic degrees, graduating in February 2017.
After having her son, Zayden, she started to focus more on living a healthy lifestyle. Learning how and why the body is supposed to function as it does, became her primary focus. Her daughter, Zirah, joined the world two months early.
While on maternity leave, she completed 208 hours of post-graduate study in functional diagnostic medicine through Functional Medicine University, earning the title of certified functional medicine practitioner.
In May, Stittleburg opened her own business in Marathon City.
“My mission is to use personalized functional medicine, focusing on the root cause of disease, instead of treating the symptoms. I help you find the cause of your illness and the biochemical and nutritional imbalances that may be making you feel ill,” Stittleburg said. “This would include treating hormonal health, infertility, anxiety/depression, spectrum disorders, autoimmune disorders, healthy aging and much more. An extreme benefit is that I’m able to treat patients virtually, from anywhere.”
This personalized healthcare treats the individual naturally, which means looking closely at the foundation blocks for good health including hormones, immune function, nutrient status and genetics.
“Good health is not just the absence of disease, but a state of immense vitality,” Stittleburg said.
Stittleburg is the daughter of Mark and Shari Stittleburg of Neillsville.
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