Meet the Doctor
Dr. Kathy Kulba was introduced to chiropractic through a low back injury of her own. Working her way through college to earn her teaching degree, she shoveled asphalt on a road crew for three summers. She felt intense pain in her low back and could not move her legs one day. Her parents took her to the emergency room where x-rays were taken and she was evaluated thoroughly by the doctors there. She watched as the put needles into her legs, which she could not feel, to determine what kind of injury she had. The final diagnosis, it was all in her head, nothing was wrong. Her aunt recommended she go and see her chiropractor. Her parents took her, he evaluated her again, with standing x-rays this time, showed the x-rays to her parents and her stating that the rotation of the repetitive shoveling rotated her L5 vertebra which was now sitting on the nerves to her legs. He told them he was going to perform an adjustment and move the L5 back to where it should be. He did. It did. She jumped off the table! Dr. Kathy loved going to see the chiropractor. She finished her degree in teaching, was not fulfilled with teaching and decided to go back to school to become…….a chiropractor. She attended University of Milwaukee and Waukesha extension for her pre-medical requirements before being accepted into Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Her first job after graduating was working at Potisk Chiropractic in South Milwaukee, her home town. After three years working there she was given the opportunity to buy an existing practice in Franksville, WI. She practiced as Kulba Family Chiropractic for almost 20 years enjoying the community providing great chiropractic care. She has worked out of a couple offices since leaving Franksville, and is back to working as Kulba Family Chiropractic renting office space at Caledonia Chiropractic building on Hwy 32 and 4 mile Road.
Dr. Kathy has enjoyed the single life taking care of her patients and her family over the years. She loves doing community theater and performing on stage when she gets the chance. She also enjoys traveling back and forth to England visiting her second family, the one she lived with while doing her student teaching in London back in the day.
Asked what she would do if she won the lottery, travel. Top of the bucket list, Australia and New Zealand. Avid Tolkien fan, would love to go on a fan tour of where the Lord of the Rings was made.
Life long ambition: help as many people as she can, as long as she can, doing what she loves.