Dr. Christine Rosenkrantz

  • Dr.
    Christine Rosenkrantz

    Dr. Rosenkrantz received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the National College of Health Sciences in 1997. 23 years of Chiropractic! She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University in Nashville and holds a masters degree in Science and Sports Medicine. Dr. Rosenkrantz is an athletic trainer and has worked at the high school and collegiate level. Prior to opening Wrigleyville Chiropractic and Massage in 2007, Dr. Rosenkrantz ran a multi-disciplinary practice in Connecticut.

    Dr. Rosenkrantz incorporates all of her academic and clinical experience in assessing and treating her patients. Her philosophy is to view the body as a whole, to find the cause of the problem and to treat more than just the symptoms. Dr. Rosenkrantz utilizes chiropractic, dry needling, acupuncture, massage, ART, Graston, postural exercises and nutritional supplements in finding the right treatment for her patients.


    National College of Chiropractic, Lombard, Illinois

    Doctor of Chiropractic, April 1997

    Bachelor of Science Biology, July 1995

    Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York

    Master of Science Athletic Training and Sports

    Sciences, May 1993

    Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

    Bachelor of Science Human Development

    May 1992

    Professional Certification:

    National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

    National Athletic Trainers Association

    Dry Needling Certification

    Acupuncture Certification

    Red Cross Certification



    Professional Affiliation:

    National Athletic Training Association

    Illinois Chiropractic Association


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  • "It happened this past winter. I went up to the mountains with a bunch of friends. I was approaching the lifts when an out-of-control snowboarder slammed right into me. I don't remember much, but I remember going face down into the snow--hard. Everything blacked out. I think I was out for about a good 30 seconds..."
    Katie - Chicago, IL