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News:

Chiropractors treat a number of conditions including migraine headaches, strains/sprains and body aches in adults, to ear infections and colic in children. While we cannot claim to cure these conditions, we believe that many of these problems can be aggravated and sometimes caused by disruptions in the nervous system as a result of spinal abnormalities. By correcting these spinal abnormalities chiropractors have helped thousands of individuals overcome their conditions and regain control of their lives.

Facts:

Adjustments do not hurt and are not a life long commitment. Chiropractic is a natural healing option with a non-medicine alternative to align your spine and help you feel better. Adjustments reduce pressure from your nervous system, relieving most symptoms of common aches and pains. Each year more than 15 million Americans choose chiropractic care for safe, natural and effective relief from back pain, neck pain, headaches, poor overall health, low energy levels and much more.


"Do you want to get "Back in Motion" so you can get back to your life?"

 

Dr. Rodney Brandenburger, D.C. and his staff at Back In Motion Chiropractic want to help. We are here to assist you in all of your family's health needs. From pediatrics to adult health care, there are a full range of services our clinic can provide. Dr. Rod is trained and licensed in more than just chiropractic health; he can perform routine and school physicals including screenings for heart, lung, eye, ear, and nose function as well as orthopedic and neurological screenings. He is certified for drug testing with DOT and pre-employment physicals.

Dr. Rod is available by appointment to help you achieve a wellness program that is suitable for you.

Dr. Rod graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1997 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He has practiced with his wife Shelly since that time and they have been in Brookings since 2008. Dr. Rod is a volunteer firefighter and devotes a lot of time to his family, his Deutsch Drahthaar dogs, and his community. He enjoys being involved in hunting and fishing organizations as well as community service groups. In addition, he attends a number of continuing education events, especially in sports and extremity injuries, always learning new things that can help his patients.

   

Dr. Shelly Brandenburger, D.C., L.Ac., F.I.A.M.A., M.S.
Dr. Shelly graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1997 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic as well as a certification in Acupuncture and has been practicing with her husband Rod since that time, most recently Brookings since 2008. Dr. Shelly also has earned a Fellowship from the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture which she completed in 2000 and a Masters in Nutrition from South Dakota State University which she completed in 2007. She is currently working on a PhD in Nutrition at SDSU. She is pursuing her teaching career in Nutrition at SDSU.

 

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