Originally from rural Wisconsin, Dr. Tyler Zoesch now enjoys the hustle and bustle of living in Chicago. He is thrilled to serve as chiropractic director of Chiro One Wellness Centers of Libertyville. Dr. Tyler earned his bachelor’s degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He then went on to receive his master’s degree in sports science and rehabilitation and his doctorate of chiropractic from Logan University. During his time at Logan, Dr. Tyler completed rotations at the Neurosurgery Department at Southeast Missouri Hospital, Sports Medicine at the University of Missouri, Sports Medicine at Missouri Baptist University and Integrative Medicine at the VA Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He was also awarded Logan University's Postdoctoral and Related Professional Education Award in recognition of outstanding service.
During his youth, Dr. Tyler frequently saw a chiropractor for pain management. He always had an interest in learning how to treat the root cause of health problems, instead of treating symptoms. This interest and his commitment in maintaining his own health eventually led him to chiropractic. While he knew he was on the right path with chiropractic, he struggled to enjoy the profession until he joined Chiro One and began to focus on corrective chiropractic care. Dr. Tyler believes that a physician’s job is to educate his or her patients and allow them to make the decision as to how they want to manage their health.
As our Libertyville chiropractor, Dr. Tyler’s personal mission in his practice is to help patients realize they have to fight for their health. “The ease of being unhealthy surrounds us at every turn—just as many opportunities exist to be healthy, you just have to know what you’re looking for,” Dr. Tyler says.
In his free time, Dr. Tyler enjoys lifting, eating well and discovering new ways to stay healthy. He loves this quote, "I cheated on my fears, broke up with my doubts, got engaged to my faith, and now I'm marrying my dreams,” it reminds him that there is no set way to be in life, each person has their own path, goals and dreams. Dr. Tyler does his best to avoid believing what others think can or cannot be done.