Dr. Colleen Pomplun grew up in Redgranite, Wisconsin and graduated from Wautoma High School. She attended River Falls and UW Oshkosh before going to Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. She received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology in 1991 and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1993 from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, now Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCUHS). She received her Diplomate in Chiropractic Orthopedics in 2007.

Her internships included rotations at Thie Chiropractic Clinic in Pasadena, California, Cal State Northridge Rehabilitation Center, and Salvation Army in Los Angeles and Pasadena. She has had extensive postgraduate education through SCUHS and Northwestern University of Health Sciences, which included 100 hours of sports medicine, 300 plus hours of rehab, 300 plus hours in orthopedics and 100 hours in nutrition.

Colleen has maintained a private practice in Green Lake since 1994, and Wautoma since 2000. Click here to see her hours at both locations.  She uses various modalities to help patients not only better manage their pain levels but also achieve a higher level of health and wellness. Colleen has always been active in sports and maintains that interest now for good health and fitness. She engages in various activities but much enjoys biking, kayaking and skiing, especially when her family joins her.

Dr. Ling is originally from China and moved to America 20 years ago. She worked as a licensed Massage Therapist for 15 years in the La Crosse, WI area. During this time, she attended Viterbo University and received her Bachelor of Science. She then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and received her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2021. Since then, Ling has been a practicing Chiropractor in the Madison and Milwaukee area.

Dr. Ling became a Doctor of Chiropractic so she could help people find relief of debilitating pain using natural, safe treatments and achieve optimum health. She specializes in a number of techniques including the Palmer Package, Gonstead, Advanced Flexion Distraction, Activator, and Dry Needling.

In her spare time Dr. Ling enjoys spending time with her family and serving in her local communities. She loves traveling abroad, cooking, hiking, and spending time on the water. Her life goal is to maintain lifelong wellness using daily fitness routines, yoga, and a healthy lifestyle.

Tara Anderson became interested in massage when she was in the Army while on training missions giving back massages to her fellow soldiers. After an honorable discharge from the Army in 2008, she decided her next career path would include massage therapy. Tara attended Everest Institute of Newport News, Virginia and received her Massage Therapy Diploma in August of 2007.

Tara moved back to Wild Rose, WI in 2009 and has been working at ChiroPlus Complementary Healthcare Centers, LLC since.  Her goals in a session are to create a massage that will suit your specific needs and work within your comfort level to increase mobility and release tight and painful muscles.  She hopes to keep her client list growing and looks forward to the challenges of learning new massage techniques and continuing her massage therapy education.

In her spare time she spends time with her son playing sports and enjoying various outdoors activities, including kayaking, biking, running, and snowshoeing.

Tara specializes in Swedish Massage and Traditional Thai massage. She offers a $10.00 discount off a hour massage and $5.00 discount off a half-hour massage for first time clients. To schedule an appointment call ChiroPlus at 920/787-0081 (Wautoma) or 920/294-3130 (Green Lake).

Beth McLellan was raised in New Berlin, WI and spent 20 years of her life living internationally with her husband, raising their family abroad. Her career as a missionary instilled a passion for caring for people and ensuring their physical needs were met. After moving back to Wisconsin in 2012, she began working as a chiropractic assistant at ChiroPlus. Through this position, she learned a new-found love for health and wellness. She became aware of her own health and how to assess the physical needs of others. In 2017, Beth went back to school at Fox Valley Technical College and received her Technical Diploma in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She graduated at the top her class, was on the Dean’s List, all while working at ChiroPlus.

Beth believes whole health includes body, mind and spirit. It is her desire to help others on their journey to an increasingly healthy life. She specializes in Swedish massage and offers appointments at both locations.  Beth enjoys spending time outside with her husband, hiking and biking. They love traveling to visit their 5 children and 3 grandchildren who live across the country and use FaceTime to keep in touch.