After your first visit, you will never need to make another appointment!
Get adjusted once a week for as little as $49 a month!
Leave the insurance card at home, you don’t need it here!
Kids 17 & under are adjusted for FREE if their parents are also getting adjusted
After your first visit you will never need to make another appointment! Just stop in during our hours. First come, first served.
With 4 different payment options to choose from, we have you covered. Get adjusted regularly ( up to 12 times a month ) for only $69 a month!
Have insurance, don't have insurance, it doesn't matter. It will cost 99% of people less to go with us and leave the insurance card at home.
As long as you are being adjusted, your kids 18 and under are adjusted for free at our office!
To find your misaligned bones putting pressure on your nerves (vertebral subluxations) we us a technique called Adavanced Muscle Palpation (AMP). To adjust we use one or all of these devices (often in combination). If you prefer one over another, just let us know. 1. Our Hands 2. An Adjusting Instrument 3. Drop […]
“I’ve seen my share of chiropractors in the past 20 years, since finishing a competitive ski career. I can honestly say I’ve never experience better results than I have as a client of Dr. Pete’s; I feel more vitality, less muscle ache, and better overall. The difference really is remarkable. The man doesn’t just […]
By: Dr. Peter Ahlers-Nelson, D.C. I often listen to public radio while driving between Northfield and Albert Lea. A couple weeks ago a particular segment grabbed my attention. NPR was talking to a fuel supply company owner out in New Jersey, Paul Riggins, about hauling fuel after Superstorm Sandy and the lessons they learned. Below […]
It is important to remember that physical, chemical, and emotional stresses can cause the spine to subluxate and interfere with proper function in the body. It is easy to understand how a physical stress, such as falling, lifting, or repeated motions, can cause subluxations. Chemical stresses may be a little more difficult to understand, but […]