Meet the Doctor
Dr. Jeanine Wolf
“For years my mother suffered from debilitating migraine headaches, they would last for days at a time,” says Dr. Jeanine Wolf.
She couldn’t tolerate any light or sound, I couldn’t even whisper to her. It was difficult to see my mom in so much pain, I felt helpless.” admits Dr. Wolf, “I was desperate to help her so I would spend hours massaging her back, but it wasn’t until she sought chiropractic care that she found relief.” Dr. Wolf continues “Her headaches completely went away; her response to chiropractic was absolutely amazing. After seeing my mom’s results I knew I wanted to pursue a life in chiropractic.”
Dr. Jeanine Wolf-Richter received her undergraduate studies at North Dakota State School of Science, where she studied the basic sciences such as inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, along with basic physiology and anatomy courses.
Once Dr. Wolf completed her undergraduate degree she went on to receive a Chiropractic Technician Degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic. While at Palmer her courses included; patient care, exercise physiology, radiology, physical examination techniques, and a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology.
After five years of working at various chiropractic offices, she went on to Northwestern College of Chiropractic to receive her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. Her studies at Northwestern emphasized courses she had taken at Palmer such as patient care and chiropractic radiology, but continued to build her knowledge in areas of manipulation techniques, biochemistry, and nutrition. Upon graduating from Northwestern College of Chiropractic Dr. Wolf set up her own practice in Federal Way, and has now been practicing in the area for over 18 years.