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Chiropractor Ramsey Minnesota: Services Offered at Back Into Life Chiropractic

At Back Into Life Chiropractic, we are patient focused. Each new patient has a consultation and examination with their Chiropractor and then a treatment plan specific to their needs is implemented.
We have multiple techniques and services to utilize on a patient’s journey to health. The most specific and unique is the chiropractic adjustment. This is a specific adjustment made to the spine to correct subluxation and restore proper alignment and function throughout the spine and nervous system. The adjustment is exclusive to the Chiropractic profession and our Ramsey Chiropractors are highly trained to deliver these precise adjustments.

Other services you may experience during your treatment are muscle work and trigger point therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, hot and cold packs, ultrasound, and exercises.

Dr. Jesse Ternus, Dr. Craig Kohout, and their team educate all patients on the techniques that are being used for their care and why each is important and beneficial.

Chiropractic care is important to maintain proper alignment in the spine and biomechanics of the body. This is beneficial to the function of the nervous system and the overall health of your body.

Chiropractic care can be successful in treating a wide array of musculoskeletal conditions and a list of some of the more common ones is listed below:


Functional decreases, symptoms, and pain associated with the following conditions:

    Tension Headaches
    Acute and Chronic Neck Pain
    Automobile Accident or Work Injury
    Low Back Pain
    Migraine
    Sciatica
    Carpal Tunnel
    Disc herniation
    Pregnancy
    Sport Injuries
    TMJ Syndrome

Massage Therapy has a therapeutic and synergistic effect on the body when coupled with Chiropractic care. It is a modality that can address muscle tension, soreness, body aches, pain, and help restore balance within the body. These services are available from our highly skilled massage therapist, Stephanie Dryden, with Nordic Massage and Bodywork

Now accepting new patients. Schedule an initial examination with us!

Sign-up using the form or call us at 763-712-5986 today!

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "They certainly live up to their name! My husband and I have a significant improvement in our quality of life and it is all due to their caring and competent staff. My husband had a work related injury that could have kept him out of work for months or even required surgery, but thanks to all the staff at Back Into Life he was back to work in a month. They always put the customer first and I'm continuously amazed at how efficiently they assess what's wrong and fix it! You truly could not find a better place for chiropractic care."
    Allie Ramsey, MN

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