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COVID-19 Communication

Considering all that is happening, we want to let you know that we are taking extra precautions to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. For the time being, we ask that you please respect the following initiatives. Your safety is our primary concern. Following the published guidelines to help stop the unintended spread of

Snow Shoveling And Your Back

Living in Minnesota means living with snow. And for most of us, that means shoveling. What do you need to know before you head out to tackle that driveway makes a difference in how you might feel after. Upper and lower back pain following shoveling is something we see here at McCarron Lake Chiropractic over

Winter Conditions We Treat

Four Most Common Winter Hazards Did you know we can treat you for more than your average back pain? Between shoveling accidents or a spill on some icy stairs, we’ve got you covered for those unfortunate Winter Hazards. Shoveling A 17-year study published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine listed muscle, ligament, tendon, and other

Nightmares Relieved: A Case Study

As Reported By D. Heagy & C. Warren – Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health (April 2011); M. McCoy, “Research update: The Mundane, Miracles & Chiropractic (April 20, 2011). A 10-year-old girl who had suffered from headaches since two years old began having nightmares at the age of seven. Multiple times a night she

Similar Education Fosters Cooperation Between Medical and Chiropractic Doctors

Interprofessional Relations with Doctors of Chiropractic Many people are unaware that chiropractic doctors are trained in much the same way as medical doctors. In the U.S., all chiropractic colleges are accredited by the U.S. Council on Chiropractic Education, an agency that has been recognized by the U.S. Office of Education since 1974. Chiropractic colleges, like

MLC Newsletter Feb

Greetings from McCarron Lake Chiropractic! Many people like to use supplements to help attain their goal, wish or desire to be healthier. This can be a good idea. Obviously, the best way to obtain vitamins and minerals is to eat the real thing; the actual vegetables and fruits. But sometimes it is just not possible

MLC Newsletter March

When someone mentions the word “March”, I think of spring break. A spring break trip to be specific, to get away from the same daily routine in order to do and see something new! Whether it is near or far or a warm or cold climate, the following tips can help keep your body injury

MLC Newsletter April

Hello again! Just an update on the exciting new things happening at McCarron Lake Chiropractic. With the addition of Dr. Kate Skrypek, we are now open 6 days a week! Monday thru Friday, 9 – 6 and every Saturday 8:30- 11 am. Some of you may have noticed contractors walking through our office. We are

MLC Newsletter May

Greetings Everyone! Spring is here, and there are a lot of exciting things happening at McCarron Lake Chiropractic! As you probably know by now, with the addition of Dr. Kate Skrypek, we are open six days a week for your convenience. We will also have a chiropractic intern, Jennine Morgan, working with us this summer!

MLC Newsletter March 2011

Hello again! We have more exciting news for the clinic this month! Let’s start by sharing with you a testimonial from a patient who recently redeemed her 1 hour massage: I went for my appointment with some soreness in my neck and shoulders, Bekah worked on the problem areas for an hour. Felt wonderful.