Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Services

Chiropractic Rehab Specialists in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota


Thorough Exam

We have a large number of tools for treating pain and discomfort in your body, but the one that sets us apart is our assessment. We take a thorough history and then watch you move to find out what hurts and what doesn’t. But we don’t just focus on what hurts, we also take time to find out what you are able to do, so we can work within that range to build you up to wherever in the performance spectrum you want to be.

Comprehensive Manual Therapy

Joint restrictions may cause reactive muscular tightness or restriction and be the root cause of the pain/injury.

Chiropractic adjustments and treatments like Active Release Technique, IASTM, and Massage are essential components of all of our programs to clear up these restrictions

Therapeutic Exercise

We work hard to make the exercises we give easy enough to perform but difficult enough to make a change. When you perform the exercises at home and in the office, you reinforce the range of motion increases you gain in the office visits, and you get to keep and control the new movements. 

Thorough Exam

Having a conversation and watching how you move is the best way to find out what hurts and what doesn’t. But we don’t only focus on what hurts, we are also trying to find out what is limiting your body’s ability to heal by finding the dysfunctions holding you back.

Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT)

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The McKenzie Method of MDT is a reliable assessment process intended for all musculoskeletal problems, including pain in the back, neck, and extremities (i.e., shoulder, knee, ankle, etc.), as well as issues associated with sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, muscle spasms and intermittent numbness in hands or feet. If you are suffering from any such issues, then an MDT assessment may be right for you!

Developed by world-renowned expert physiotherapist Robin McKenzie in the 1950s, this well-researched, exercise-based approach of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment uses a comprehensive and clinically reasoned evaluation of patients without the use of expensive diagnostic imaging (e.g. x-rays and MRIs). The treatment principles of the McKenzie Method promote the body’s potential to repair itself and do not involve the use of medication, heat, cold, ultrasound, needles, or surgery. McKenzie allows patients to learn the principles and empowers them to be in control of their own symptom management, which can reduce dependency on medical intervention.

If utilized correctly, the achievable goals of the McKenzie Method in a cost- and time-effective manner are to:

  • Accurately understand the patient’s presentation and behavior of symptoms.
  • Determine the most appropriate and effective treatment plan.
  • Eliminate symptoms and restore full function.
  • Empower the patient to self-treat and prevent recurrences.
  • Help inform patients if other medical advice or testing is needed.

Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

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The SFMA is our clinical assessment for those who experience pain. It is a movement-based diagnostic system that systematically finds the cause of pain – not just the source – by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.

Look at it this way. When you head to the hospital for shooting arm pain, the immediate course of action is to check your heart, not your arm. The symptoms down your arm are just a result of a problem elsewhere in the body. Similarly, the SFMA focuses on underlying dysfunctional movement to find the cause of pain, not just the source. This concept is better known as regional interdependence – how seemingly unrelated problems are actually driving the dysfunction.

Functional Movement Screen (FMS)

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The FMS is our tool for standardized movement screening to see how an individual, no matter their age, is moving in everyday life. It takes into account both mobility and stability and equips the professional with information to make programming decisions with precision and purpose. 

Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS)

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Enhancing performance is a common goal for many, but what if there are fundamental fitness issues hindering you train from reaching your true potential?

The Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS) gives us those answers, and is an innovative approach to fitness testing to get you on the most efficient path to optimal performance.  FCS was designed to test four (4) key components of athletic capacity and identify issues affecting your ability to: 

  • Produce power
  • Store and reuse energy
  • Maintain posture under load
  • Control balance

Comperhensive Manual Therapy

Chiropractic adjustments and treatments like Active Release Technique, IASTM, and Massage are essential components of all of our programs to clear up these restrictions

Chiropractic Manipulation

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Chiropractic manipulation is the application of pressure to the spine or other parts of the body to reduce pain and improve mechanical function or the way a person moves.

Active Release Technique

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Touch is an important psychomotor skill directly correlated with successful and rapid treatment. ART is the only modality that utilizes effective and comfortable touch as one of its keystones. ART Certified Providers are highly trained in the only soft-tissue system that incorporates a diagnostic process to accurately and efficiently determine the specific tissues generating pain and altered movement. ART Full Body Certified Providers can effectively locate each of the 450 structures we treat and palpate those structures to determine if the tissue is healthy or damaged.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

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Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM)  is a skilled myofascial intervention used for soft-tissue treatment. It is based on the principles of James Cyriax cross-friction massage.

It is applied using instruments that are usually made of stainless steel with bevelled edges and contours that can conform to different body anatomical locations and allow for deeper penetration. It is used for the detection and treatment of soft tissue disorders

Dynamic Tape

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Dynamic Tape revolutionized therapeutic taping by introducing a range of strongly elastic tapes with different grades of strength, stretch, and recoil. With correct taping applications, we can mechanically resist/decelerate or assist motion thereby reducing the load on the muscles, tendons, ligaments, or associated structures that would normally have to control those forces. Just like a Dynamic Splint, by generating the force externally, we can protect or graduate the loading on injured, overloaded, or weak tissues. The different strength, stretch, and recoil properties of the various products allow us to target particular structures or movements more appropriately. Dynamic Tape is not a kinesiology tape. It is the original Biomechanical Tape.


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RockTape is the world’s best kinesiology tape. It can be used to treat sports and non-sports injuries, including shin splints, plantar fasciitis, runner’s knee and back pain.

RockTape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, creating a decompressive effect. Stretchier, stickier, and stronger than the competition.

  • Relieves swelling through decompression which speeds recovery.
  • Increases awareness of your body position to help you maintain proper posture and form.

Therapeutic Exercise

When you perform the home exercises that you learn in the office, you reinforce the range of motion increases you gain in the office visits, and you get to keep and control the new movements. 

Functional Range Conditioning

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There are 3 main training-goals when utilizing the FRC® system which are all closely interrelated, and acquired simultaneously:


Mobility refers to the amount of active, usable motion that one possesses. The more mobile a person is, the more they are able to maximize their movement potential safely, efficiently, and effectively.


While improving mobility and movement potential, the FRC® system also acts to ‘bullet proof’ (or safe-guard) your joints so that movement can be executed safely.


Training with FRC® improves the function of your nervous system. This leads to a reduction of pain and injury, joint health and longevity, as well as an increased ability to move freely and easily.

Certified Functional Strength Coach

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CFSC training emphasizes movement prep,  strength training, and conditioning. Our #1 goal is to get clients to come in feeling
better after each session. It is NOT our goal for you to come in after each session and say that you could barely walk because you were so sore. With consistency, our program will make adults feel
better, move better, and improve their fitness.

StrongFirst SFG 1

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StrongFirst is the school of strength founded by Pavel Tsatsouline.

We believe that strength has a greater purpose.

We are experts at making the weak strong and the strong stronger.

On top of strength, we coach “strong endurance” and resilience for the most demanding applications.

Distilled from the best of the Russian and Western sports science, our methods have a proven record with professional athletes, tier-one special operators, as well as regular folks who have decided to earn self-respect and be weak no more.

Our school is elite but not elitist. The price of admission is a strong spirit, patience, and attention to detail.

Power to you!

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Chiropractic Rehab Specialists in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota



5972 Cahill Ave, ste 100
Inver Grove Heights, MN, 55076

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(651) 867-2937