Dr. Thomas Dace

Thomas Dace
  • Education

  • Attained a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Health-Human Performance, an emphasis in Recreation, and minor in Coaching from University Wisconsin Whitewater 2017.
  • Played for the University Wisconsin Whitewater Tennis team 2011-2013.
  • Delavan-Darien High School Head Tennis Coach 2011-2015.
  • University Wisconsin Whitewater Weightlifting Nationals 2015.
  • Personal Trainer while attending Palmer College of Chiropractic 2017-2020.
  • Spend adequate time while in school learning from Dr. Hulsebus and the other doctors at Hulsebus Rockford as a student. 
  • Graduate Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2021.
  • Joined the team at Hulsebus Rockford in 2021.
  • Current Member of International Chiropractic Association
  • Current Member of Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association.
  • Personally

  • Grew up around Lake Geneva Wisconsin.   Spent regular time in Rockford on the weekends because of having large family here.
  • Member of a variety of community groups in the Rockford area, some of which; Ignite Rockford, Next Rockford, Belvidere Cosmopolitan club, 815 Outside and various local business networking groups.
  • I look forward to helping a diverse population.  Not only to help people overcome pain but help increase their body’s potential.  Finally to increase their health.
  • Something that makes me different is first my vast knowledge. Secondly, experiencing dealing with musculoskeletal complaints. Finally, training individuals to achieve a multitude of goals from weight loss to competing.
  • My goal in life is to make an impact with people and change lives. Because, I pursued many different career paths from teaching to culinary and along the way I was a trainer and have always been passionate about health and wellness. I stumbled on chiropractic and it aligned all my passions and has been a key to my life ever since.
  • This profession excites me because of the vast capacity it has to help people without medications and negative side effects. I often see people who say they “have tried everything” and we are their last hope. Often those cases get great results and are surprised by what we can do with holistic healthcare