Meet Dr. Will Vogds
Dr. William Vogds is a graduate of Life University in Atlanta, GA. It was here that he met Dr. Sue Brown, the creator of Bio-Geometric Integration (BGI).
Dr.Will completed his Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2010. He is one of a very select few chiropractors in the world to have completed his Academy of Mastery through BGI. He continues to participate actively in BGI events around the United States.
Dr. Will has always lived an active life style. He spent the majority of his childhood watching and playing sports. Being from Wisconsin, he naturally became a Green Bay Packers fan. His football career began at age 12 and continued through high school and college. From years of playing sports Dr. Will was used to dealing with sports related aches and pains.
After suffering a football related shoulder injury which required surgery, even after full rehabilitation he still experienced headaches, back and shoulder pain, as well as reduced range of motion and he just assumed that he would have to live with it for the rest of his life.
It wasn’t until he began a course of chiropractic treatment that he discovered the body’s true potential to heal, grow, and that he could move forward in life, free from pain! And yes, this changed his life for good: it set him on the path to become a Doctor of Chiropractic!
Dr.Will truly values the gift of chiropractic and considers it an honor to help his clients. It is his passion to help people optimize their health and well-being.
Will’s interests include going to sporting events especially football and hockey. He is a Blackhawks fan, and is always a part of their annual chase for the cup. He is also a huge Green Bay Packers fan, however, he has lived in Chicago long enough and promises to never talk about football the Monday after the Packers have played the Bears!
Dr. Will also loves music and especially the free expression of the artist which comes through in live concert experiences.
In his free time Will enjoys reconnecting with nature. He particularly loves vacationing in the mountains. He finds it very balancing and it helps him to center and refocus in order to have more clarity when working with clients.