Dr. Holze attended Logan College of Chiropractic in MO from 1999-2002. While at Logan he worked as a Gross Anatomy tutor helping other students learn the anatomy of the body. He also took 100 hours of post-graduate work in Applied Kinesiology. While at Logan he received his Bachelor of Science in Human Anatomy and graduated in 2002 with his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Dr. Holze had been in practice at Holze Wellness Center for over 13 years. He is a second-generation chiropractor and currently works alongside his father at Holze Wellness Center Ltd.

Dr. Holze is experienced in treating mostly dogs and horses. He started working with animals after finding that some of his chiropractic patients were interested in having their pets receive similar treatments. His interest is in treating animals and humans for chronic infections (Lyme and tick infections, EBV, Candida, Parasites, Colds, and Flu, etc), finding and treating heavy metals toxicities, laser acupuncture for the treatment of allergies, homeopathy, and supplementation to aid the body’s natural ability to heal, emotional work to help decrease an animal’s stress load, class 2 low-level laser therapy (for wound healing, muscle/joint problems, post-surgery healing and detox), and much more.

Dr. Holze is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Illinois Chiropractic Society, Elgin and St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, and the Better Business Bureau. He lives in St.

He has a son Brecken, a daughter Savannah and a Portuguese water dog Indie.