Dr. Wolfe attended the University of Maryland, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, minored in Pre-Medicine and received several athletic awards. He also attended the National College of Chiropractic where he completed four years of study and internship and earned both his Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology and Doctorate of Chiropractic.
While pursuing his formal education and training, Dr. Wolfe's vision was to develop a facility for people of all ages, dedicated to the concept of total health and fitness. He established Sports & Spine Chiropractic in 1995. Dr. Wolfe feels that a combination of good Chiropractic care, along with the proper exercise rehabilitation, will allow a person to live pain free. Dr. Wolfe and his trained staff will complete a professional evaluation and develop a personalized treatment plan for every patient.
Aside from his work at Sports & Spine Chiropractic, Dr. Wolfe is also the Team Chiropractor for the Chicago Fire Major League Soccer Team, the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Chicago Tour, the Chicago Sky Women's Basketball Team and Chicago Red Stars Women's Pro Soccer Team. He is the Sports Medicine Advisor for Lincoln-Way East Community High School and also served as the team physician at the 1999 USA Women's World Cup Soccer championship. In 1997, Dr. Wolfe traveled to Taipei, Taiwan to fill the role of athletic trainer at the Junior Olympics. Dr. Wolfe was also selected to serve as Chiropractor at the U.S. Olympics Training Center for 2005. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the new KidsWork Children's Museum in Frankfort.
Dr. Wolfe devotes whatever time he has left to volunteering his services where he can. He spent several days as a Chiropractor for New York Incident Response at Ground Zero in New York City after the September 11th tragedy. There, Dr. Wolfe helped rescue workers stretch their muscles, relieving stress and taped rescue workers wrists and hands for additional support. Dr. Wolfe also used his chiropractic skills to treat refugees in Bosnia through the 'Care for Children' organization. He worked with the children's adoptive caregivers, showing them how to perform infant massage and demonstrated various exercises and posture training to strengthen the musculoskeletal development for the children.