Chiropractic care helps normalize movement of joints, which helps muscles relax, and take pressure off of nerves and decrease inflammation. This can help relieve headaches, back pain, nerve pain, and other related conditions. While chiropractors often focus on the spine, I am also trained to help with conditions of the arms, legs, hands and feet. I also use techniques that help focus on muscle relaxation, stretching, and strengthening that can help you heal faster. I provide simple exercises that help balance and strengthening of affected areas which can bring long term relief and give you control of your own health.
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When Should I get Adjusted?
While being adjusted is good for anyone as it can help maintain good mobility, balance, and nervous system function; it is important to be adjusted when you have Nerve Pain, Muscle Tension, Headaches, and Aggravation with Normal Daily Activities. This might look like having pain while doing simple activities at work, disrupted sleep, pain while walking, and during recreational activities.
You may wonder "can I see a chiropractor if you have been injured?" The answer is yes. Chiropractic and other supportive care can aid in the recovery process. While we do not adjust broken bones, neuromusculoskeletal injuries are treated very well with a combination of chiropractic care, exercise, and other treatments. We often work hand and hand with prescribed physical therapy to help patients get the best outcomes.
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Education and Credentials
Doctor of Chiropractic- Sports Emphasis with Internship
Masters of Science- Exercise Science
Nutritional Consulting Certification
Onsite Chiropractic Care and Corporate Consulting Certificate
Certified Medical Examiner: FMCSA
Human Performance Center Internship
Pediatrics and Pregnancy Focused Internship - NWHSU Bloomington Clinic
Community Based Internship in Lake Elmo, MN