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Take Care Chiropractic & Wellness

Our number one goal at Take Care Chiropractic & Wellness is to take care of you. Our Minneapolis chiropractic center cares about your well-being and provides the highest quality of services to maintain and improve your health. Conveniently located in the skyway level of downtown Minneapolis, Take Care Chiropractic & Wellness invites residents, workers and commuters to visit our center and learn the benefits of our holistic approach to wellness.

Our chiropractors in Minneapolis offers a drug-free approach to reducing back pain, neck pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, sciatica, migraines, allergies, asthma and spinal misalignments such as scoliosis. Our non-surgical and non-invasive techniques include gently spinal manipulations to position your back into a stable and healthy environment. From a healthy spine, flows a healthy body. Your circulation improves, inflammation decreases and healing begins.

Although our main focus is on your spine, Dr. Michael Oste uses his 14 years of experience to adjust your joints and eliminate knee pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, carpal tunnel issues and foot discomforts. We combine our chiropractic care services with massage therapy in Minneapolis for a total-body experience that promotes healing. Massage therapy services reduce tight areas and help your body accept the chiropractic adjustments.

Providing Pain Relief in Minneapolis and the Surrounding Communities

Take Care Chiropractic & Wellness takes care of you by viewing your body and lifestyle as a whole. We provide lifestyle guidance, nutritional counseling, teach corrective exercises and offer health classes to bring you the most current information on living a quality life. We help you recover from an auto accident injury that may include whiplash, back pain or neck pain. If you have suffered a personal injury such as a slip and fall and have injured your back or tail bone, Dr. Oste reduces your pain and helps to speed the healing process. We also welcome you to our center if you are dealing with a work-related injury. We help you return to work quickly and get back on your feet.

From your initial consultation, we evaluate your health and your spine to determine the best chiropractic care program for your needs. Dr. Oste may also ask to view x-rays of your spine for a better understanding of your discomfort. As your care progresses, we monitor the improvements and adjust your care as needed. Chiropractic care in Minneapolis is gentle and comfortable. Dr. Oste uses the right amount of touch to ease your vertebrae into alignment and support your healing. You feel the difference after your first visit. Your pain is reduced and your range of motion is improved. Our goal is to see you as often as needed at first and then on a maintenance basis to support your progress. Chiropractic care is a wonderful injury-preventive if you are physically active. We also care for your children as they begin their athletic pursuits and transition with a growing and changing body.

If you are considering chiropractic care for the first time or are looking for a new chiropractic support center, please call us today at 612-746-5555

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  • "Adjustments. Massage. Nutrition. Knowledgeable doctor. Skilled staff. Friendly peaceful environment. The healthy place to be in the skyway. Best way to support mental and physical well-being during the 40hr work week."
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