Dr. Ross MundingerDr. Ross Mundinger

Dr. Ross Mundinger grew up in the Chicago suburbs of Gurnee, IL. He received his BS in Biological Science at Illinois State University. While attending ISU he was a member of the collegiate sport Rugby team. Upon graduating he moved to Davenport, IA where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic. During his graduate school education Dr. Ross was a member of the Palmer Rugby Team, one of the nation’s top rugby clubs. During his last year at Palmer he was granted the awarding opportunity to participate in the Clinic Abroad Program (CAP) along with a small group of his peers (including Dr. Shauna). They provided much needed health care to the people of Salvador, Brazil over the course of 10 days. Visiting a rural orphanage as well as a community mission in the city, they were able to touch the lives of hundreds of deserving people. Following the obtainment of his DC degree, Dr. Ross went on to receive advanced training in Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP™), which is one of the most scientifically validated chiropractic techniques. Prior to opening Driftless Chiropractic and Spinal Rehab, Dr. Ross was the lead patient care coordinator at an established CBP™ chiropractic clinic in Dekalb, IL. His mission is to empower as many people as possible to achieve their optimal health potential through education and professional care.

 

Dr. Shauna MundingerDr. Shauna Mundinger

Dr. Shauna Mundinger was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She received her BS in Human Biology with a minor in Economics from the University of California San Diego. While at UCSD she was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority, through which she was very active in the children’s literacy philanthropy Links To Literacy amongst other philanthropic organizations. After graduating from UCSD Dr. Shauna made the long move to the midwest to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic. During her last year at Palmer she was granted the awarding opportunity to participate in the Clinic Abroad Program (CAP) along with a small group of her peers (including Dr. Ross). They provided much needed health care to the people of Salvador, Brazil over the course of 10 days. Visiting a rural orphanage as well as a community mission in the city, they were able to touch the lives of hundreds of deserving people. The experience was priceless, further fueling her desire to improve the health and change the lives of people through chiropractic care.