After graduating from Wartburg College, with a degree in Biology and Psychology, I attended Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri. I received my Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1979. Since that time, I have been very active in my practice and church, as well as Grundy Center as a whole. I have served on many local boards, including the Park Board, Tree Board, and the Sports Complex Board. I was Co-Chair for the new Aquatic Center and the Vision 2020 project. I have also served the last few years on our Main Street Board of Directors. In addition to these local programs, I have acted as Past President of the Iowa Chiropractic Society, and Chairman of the Advantage Chiropractic Network, and now belongs to the Board of Trustees at Logan University.
When people ask how I have stayed in this profession for so long, my response is “Every day there is something new and challenging, which makes my “work” both stimulating and enjoyable.” If my work ever
becomes “work”, I may have to change and do something different, but so far that day has not yet occurred.
Over the years I have ventured into a couple wonderful educational experiences. I received my Diplomate in Nutrition in 2003, and more recently I have received my Diplomate in Chiropractic Acupuncture. Both of these experiences have brought an entirely new dimension to my practice, which I thoroughly enjoy.
I have lived in Grundy Center for the entire length of my career. My wife Donna and I are kept busy with our careers and our dog Molly. In the 5 years she and I have been married, we have blended two families into 6 wonderful children, 4 of which are married, 7 awesome grandchildren, and of course 4 granddogs.
Doctor Eberline is available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Dr. Mitchell Boerm
Growing up I always knew I wanted to work in a profession that helped people. I decided to choose a career chiropractic as my way to help people for multiple reasons. The first was because I witnessed multiple family members benefit greatly from chiropractic care growing up. Another reason I chose to become a chiropractor is because it provides such a wide range of treatment options and approaches. Chiropractors can help patients through adjustments, nutritional counseling, rehabilitation, strength training, soft tissue techniques, passive care modalities and much more. This allows me to continue to learn, add tools to my toolbelt, and approach patient care with an ever-growing range of treatment possibilities. The biggest inspiration pushing me toward becoming a chiropractor was when I went on multiple job shadowing visits in high school. It did not matter what doctor, community, or patient visit I shadowed, I noticed one common theme. This theme was everyone was happy/smiling during the visit. I noticed people who came in a lot of pain always left feeling better, I saw office staff truly enjoying their assistance in helping people and I of course noticed the doctors with smiles stuck on their face as they gained energy from each patient they see.
I graduated high school from North Tama in 2013. I attended Central College in Pella, Iowa where I played collegiate football and basketball. I graduated in 2017 with a Major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. I earned my Doctorate of Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. During my schooling I took special interest in extremity adjusting, sports medicine, and soft tissue techniques. I recently got certified to be a medical examiner and provide DOT physicals for drivers. I also have an interest in receiving my diplomate in Chiropractic Nutrition, training in Active Release Technique, and dry needling/ acupuncture training.
I married my wife, Sarah, in 2018 and our son Blake was born in June of 2020. My wife, Sarah, is a full time nurse at the Grundy Center Memorial Hospital. In my free time I enjoy hunting, fishing, helping out on the family farm, and spending time with my family. My wife and I try to get as much physical activity into our weekly routines as possible, whether it is going on walks, working out at the gym, or participating in sporting leagues. We are strong believers in living a healthy active life and to achieve that we attempt to eat healthy, exercise frequently, and receive chiropractic treatments as often as necessary.
Dr. Boerm’s Education
-Doctor of Chiropractic - Valedictorian
-Bachelors of Arts Degree with a major in Biology
-Extremity Adjusting Certification through Dr. Mitch Mally
-Activator Protocol Certification at Palmer College of Chiropractic
-Advanced Soft Tissue and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
-Certificate of Achievement of Kinesiology Taping
Dr. Boerm’s Common Conditions Treated:
-Neck and back pain
ankle, shoulder, wrist, knee
-Sciatica, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Numbness and Tingling
Dr. Boerm is available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.