As chiropractic physicians, we believe that optimal health occurs when all systems of the body are allowed to work without dysfunction or disease. Simply put, a healthy body requires a healthy, energetic nervous system. Through the use of chiropractic care, acupuncture, nutritional support, exercise and mind/body integration techniques your brain-body-nervous system pathways can be strengthened allowing you the ability to deal with the stresses of daily living more effectively and with greater ease.
About Dr. Madosky
He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan University in 1987 and became certified in acupuncture and auriculotherapy (ear acupuncture) in 1995. Dr Madosky holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University majoring in sociology and health education. He is a former member of the faculty at Logan University. From 2007-2012 he was was a member of the Missouri Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
In 1975, Dr Madosky earned a degree in nursing and spent 10 years caring for patients in critical care areas. Dr. Madosky has been a regular contributor to the St Louis NBC affiliate, KSDK, and has appeared nationwide on network and cable stations discussing pain management, preventive health, and other health topics. He has been featured on St Louis radio stations KMOX and KWMU. His articles on health and wellness have appeared in various local and national newspapers and magazines.
On weekends Dr. Madosky can be seen bicycling on the roads of the St. Louis region.
About Dr. Waske
Dr. Pam Waske is a graduate of Logan University in Chesterfield, Missouri and has a strong interest in women’s health, pain management and athletic performance. She utilizes the following techniques, Activator Method, Diversified, Thompson Drop, Cox Flexion Distraction, Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT), and Applied Kinesiology. Dr. Waske is Activator Methods Advanced Proficiency Rated and certified in Applied Kinesiology.
Prior to her career in chiropractic Dr. Waske worked in fundraising at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Washington University in St. Louis and St. Louis University. She also worked at several local running centers evaluating foot/ankles and coaching half-marathon run and walkers.
“My past struggles with back pain, neck pain, and headaches as well as the chiropractic care I’ve received were my main motivators to pursuing a career as a Chiropractor. Helping others in similar situations to reach their potential by reducing and preventing pain is my primary goal. Dr. Madosky is one of the Chiropractors who inspired me to enter this profession and I am thrilled to be working alongside him and serving the Maplewood/Richmond Heights community.”
Dr. Waske lives in south St. Louis City with her husband and four cats. In her free time, she can be found working out, thrift shopping and crafting.
Dr. Waske is committed to helping as many people as possible get out of pain and reach their fullest potential.