Dr. Scott Bautch is a well-respected chiropractor with an active practice in Wausau, WI. For more than 30 years, Scott has been recognized for his active participation in professional initiatives and in his Wausau community.
His son Matt and Matt’s wife Alexis are both chiropractors who work alongside Scott in his practice. Scott is a former board member and CEO of Allied Health Chiropractic Centers, the largest doctor-owned Chiropractic group in the country at that time.
Scott is committed to supporting and sharing evidence-based research about the safety and effectiveness of chiropractic. He was appointed by the Governor to sit on the State of Wisconsin Chiropractic Regulatory Board and is a member of the Wisconsin Health Services Opioid Forum.
Scott is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), president of the ACA’s Council on Occupational Health and chairs the ACA Business and Revenue Committee. He has served as a board member for the International Academy of Chiropractic Occupational Health Consultants and is a past Chairman of the Wisconsin Council on Occupational Health. Scott has worked with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners on the development and review of the national chiropractic boards exams and served as a practical examiner for students taking the four national board examinations for Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Scott has also consulted with Gundersen Lutheran’s management staff and chaired the Wisconsin Physician Service (WPS) on patient involvement in healthcare quality assurance. He was the first chiropractor to speak to the National Safety Council in Chicago on inclusion and quality assurance of chiropractic in all healthcare programs.
Scott and his wife Margo are parents to six children, all of whom have inherited his enthusiasm for active sports. Some of his roles in sports include mental toughness coach for the Dubuque Fighting Saints junior hockey team; more than 20 years as side-line medical support for Wausau West High School; member of the medical staff for World Championship Skiing; medical team member for the national Taekwondo championships, and a presenter at the state of Wisconsin high school hockey conference. And Scott is always busy helping his youngest daughter, Mackenzie, with her activities in hockey, soccer, tennis, and track.
Scott also finds time to lecture and consult. Over the years, numerous corporations, such as John Deere, have been touched by his knowledge of, and passion for, Chiropractic. He has co-authored Carpal Tunnel Manual for Physiciansand Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Those Who Work with Their Hands.
Scott’s countless passions –from chiropractic to sports medicine to occupational health to natural options for pain relief – spring from his true motivation — helping people help themselves.
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Articles authored by Scott Bautch
Protective reflexes and innate body intelligence.
Our body will naturally protect itself from harm and pain. If we let it.
Kinetic chain biomechanics determine how well we walk or run.
Generally speaking, the quality of the function and alignment of an individual’s kinetic chain is a predictor of future weight bearing degeneration and resultant gait-related pathologies.
Walking and running stressors can be good for you.
Every individual has a “sweet spot” for optimal musculoskeletal function, which is when stressors enhance the body’s capabilities.
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