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Dr. Jonathan Olson

Dr. Jonathan Olson is a 1989 graduate of Northwestern College of Chiropractic, Bloomington, MN and lives in the Highland Park neighborhood of  St. Paul with his wife and 3 children.                                               

Why I became a Chiropractor:  Ever since the age of 5, I have been amazed by the human body. Even then, I knew I was going to be a doctor when I grew up. It wasn't until my 2nd year of Pre-Med at Hamline that I was exposed to chiropractic. Once I understood the science and research behind the principles of chiropractic, I knew becoming a chiropractor was how I would be best able to help others find relief and a higher quality of life. 

The reason that I am still a chiropractor today, after 23 years, is the thousands of patients' I have seen find relief, a better quality of life and most importantly HOPE. Nothing besides my family and faith could ever give me such a feeling of purpose and fulfillment. 

My Health Philosophy:  The body was designed to feel good and be healthy. If the skeletal system (muscles, joints and spine), the nervous system (brain and nerves) and the nutrition systems of the body become and stay healthy, most of the aches pains and health problems that people have will improve naturally.


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Dr. Matthew

Dr. Matthew Amundgaard DC is a 2006 graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN and is in the process of earning his certification in acupuncture. Dr. Matt currently resides in St. Louis Park, MN.

Why I became a Chiropractor: I decided to become a chiropractor when I was introduced to it in high school. I was completely amazed at the quality of relief I received and how effective it was for my mom and sisters too. After learning more about how the body works and what chiropractic does to help people, it made so much sense that I decided to help people find better health and higher quality of life through chiropractic.

My Health Philosophy: I am still a chiropractor for the joy and excitement of seeing improvement in patients who couldn't find help elsewhere. Watching patients regain their ability to perform activities that they love but had become unable to enjoy prior to finding chiropractic, is something special. I look forward to many more years filled with teaching people how they can become healthy and stay healthy which will allow them to enjoy life throughout their years.

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