Dr. Schaller is originally from Battle Creek, Michigan. Throughout his childhood and into adolescence, Keith enjoyed sports of all kinds. He excelled in soccer, and even journeyed to Australia at the age of 16 to play for a select traveling team. He went on to attend Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, where he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Biology in 1995. While in college, Keith joined the Purdue cycling team, and participated in road and track racing throughout the country and Europe. He was a member of a bronze medal team at the Collegiate National Track Cycling Championships in 1994. Upon graduation, Keith relocated to California to pursue cycling full time. He was a top amateur and professional cyclist until he decided to pursue a career in chiropractic in 1999.
Dr. Schaller attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Certification in Acupuncture in November 2002. Four months later, Dr. Schaller and his wife, Laura, moved to Waterbury to open his practice. Dr. Schaller opened for business on April 1, 2003. Since that time, there have been many changes. Now in his third office space to accommodate his patient load, he is located at 26 North Main Street in Waterbury, Vermont.
In May 2005, Dr. Schaller earned the post-graduate designation of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. In September of 2008, he received his International Chiropractic Sport Science Diploma. He is also an inaugural member of the United States Sports Chiropractic Foundation and a founding member of the Vermont Chiropractic Sports Council. He is currently serving as the Education Chair of the Vermont Chiropractic Association.
In recognition of his service and dedication to sports and chiropractic, Dr. Schaller was chosen to participate in the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia. He served with 30 other multinational Chiropractic Sports Physicians. Along with other health care professionals, he helped care for over 4,000 athletes from 70 different countries competing in 45 different sports.
Keith and his wife are the parents of two daughters, Greta and Sydney. The girls love to visit their dad at the office and help by decorating the walls with their drawings. When you visit our office, it is not uncommon to see their pictures lining the walls at a little lower than eye level.