The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn

"When I discovered it, I became a Doctor of Chiropractic right then and there. Instantly I had found my calling". From that point everything pushed Otto to Davenport, Iowa and Palmer College of Chiropractic. 

"I packed up my bags and drove at 3am with a friend who was also going to Palmer. Driving into the night was a rather symbolic trip for me. I really had NO idea of what I was getting into, or what Chiropractic was, but I knew I had to BE this!" Dr. Janke graduated with a B.S. and honors in research in 1992 and was immediately recruited to practice in Delaware with a company that had 50 clinics. "I learned much then. I learned how I never wanted to practice mostly" he states. "I also had an article written about me and the care we were giving to HIV + peoples and the great results Chiropractic has with them. I also had a letter to the editor stating that I should have my license revoked because of it".

In 1996 Dr. Janke moved to his hometown of Cortland, NY in upstate New York, just south of Syracuse. 

"I had always dreamed of helping my friends and family be healthier. I just followed through on my dream" he says. In 2013 Dr. Janke wrote his first book "You Were Born to be Healthy", which can be found on Amazon.com. "Ever had something inside that you knew HAD to come out? Me too. For me, it was this book."

Dr. Janke has sent almost a dozen students to Chiropractic colleges through his 15 week internship he has at his office, Janke Family Chiropractic. Along with mentoring other DCs with marketing, promotion, and practice, Dr. Janke speaks to many groups, organizations, and schools on Chiropractic, health, and longevity. "I love seeing the huge light bulb go off in a crowd when they realize how healthy they actually can be" Janke states emphatically. Dr. Janke was awarded the Beacon award by the New York Chiropractic Council in 2013. This award is the Council's "Chiropractor of the Year" award. Dr. Janke distinguished himself with spearheading the "Chiropractic Health Month" each September with a multiple point marketing and advertising program for all DCs.