Dr. Josh Tyjeski
Dr. Josh Tyjeski grew up in the Beaver Dam community where he was involved in 4-H, YMCA sports, high school soccer, and National Honor Society. He was a graduate of Beaver Dam High School class of 2010 and then attended UW-Stevens Point. He finished his undergraduate degree in Human Biology while beginning the Doctorate of Chiropractic program at Logan College of Chiropractic. He graduated from Logan College in St. Louis, MO on December 17th.
While attending Logan, Dr. Josh became advanced proficiency rated in activator technique, a low force adjusting technique which lead him to becoming the president of the Activator club. Due to his hard work and dedication with the club, Josh received the Chiropractic Science Division award in recognition of outstanding and unselfish contribution of time, energy, and enthusiasm to fellow students in attainment of the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic. During his clinical experience at school, Josh served as a Group Leader which included leading current clinic interns in treating patients, providing support for clinicians and handling communication between clinicians and interns. Josh was also awarded the Health Center Achievement Award for his exemplary clinical performance. Dr. Josh also studied Motis taping which is used to support muscles and athletic injuries. As an athlete in wrestling and soccer, Dr. Josh understands how important it is to keep the body healthy during both the on and off seasons. He understands the importance of exercising with the correct form and technique in order to prevent injuries. He also received a certification as a Chiropractic Nutrition Specialist in order to be able to support athletes nutritionally since nutrition plays a key role in proper function of the body.
It had always been Josh’s dream to follow in his dad’s footsteps and become a chiropractor. He has been helping with the family practice since he was born which has included breaking ground for the new office on East Mackie St and working the front desk. He is excited to be back and reconnecting with the Beaver Dam community.
During the summer’s in Beaver Dam, Josh took care of the school districts landscaping where he developed his hobby of gardening. When he isn’t working, Josh likes to play with their dogs, Anna and Sparky, and their 2 sugar gliders as well as visit the local coffee shops with a good book. He looks forward to the summer time when he can be outside enjoying the sunshine with his wife, Dr. Stephanie and to show off his skills in paintball and disc golf.