Dr. Thomas G. Sircher
Doctor of Chiropractic, Class of 1981
In 1981, Dr. Thomas G. Sircher began his chiropractic career as a graduate from National College of Chiropractic. During his educational experience, he was influenced by Dr. Joseph Janse (’38), Dr. Marshall Lysne (’67) and Dr. Randy L. Swenson (’77). Their collective knowledge and personal interactions helped shape Dr. Sircher into the chiropractor he has become.
For over 30 years, he has been providing the Lake County, IL area with exceptional chiropractic care. Dr. Sircher is a member of the Illinois Chiropractic Society and American Chiropractic Association. His practice is a staple in the community of Libertyville, as he has the privilege of treating generations of family members. Dr. Sircher’s practice has been structured to offer family practice, physical therapy and rehabilitation, with the focus on the musculoskeletal system. As the sole chiropractor, he is able to provide personalized attention to diagnose and focus on the whole health of each patient.
At a very young age, he experienced the loss of his beloved uncle in the Vietnam War. The sacrifice made by his uncle inspired him to serve those, who serve our country. This led him to become involved in the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes. Dr. Sircher has served on the Coalition executive board for the last six years, two of which he served as Chair.
NUHS is honored to share that the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes has created a scholarship to help financially support post – 9/11 combat wounded veteran students, who attend NUHS! The scholarship was created in the name of Dr. Thomas G. Sircher because of his commitment and dedication to veterans and his patients. One of the greatest joys for Dr. Sircher is seeing the road to recovery coming full circle for our veterans. He encourages everyone to support the brave men and women who have served our country.
For more information on the Coalition, please visit their website: www.saluteheroes.org.
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