Dr. Richard Garcia
Dr. Richard Garcia received his BSc and DC degrees from Northwestern Health Sciences University. A military veteran and retired X-ray technologist, he has over 25 years experience in healthcare. He is the founder of Minnesota ChiroWorks, and is licensed to practice chiropractic in both Minnesota and Colorado.
Dr. Steve Scarfia
Dr. Steve Scarfia received his BSc and DC degrees from Northwestern Health Sciences University. His credentials include Precision Nutrition Level 1 certified coach, FAKTR soft tissue mobilization, Graston M1 soft tissue mobilization, and McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) Parts A and B.
The purpose of chiropractic care is to return the spine and other joints to a natural state of health, movement, and function. Chiropractic care aims to reduce pain, decrease muscle spasms, and decrease nerve irritation by targeting the root causes vs. merely covering up the symptoms. Chiropractic care works best when your health is appropriately co-managed between your chiropractor and your other health care professionals.
PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENTS
Stress and pain are unfortunately the main results following personal injury accidents. Your chiropractic doctor will analyze, diagnose, and create an individualized treatment and rehabilitation plan for your injuries. He will thoroughly explain your treatment plan, answer any questions you have, and create a personal treatment plan with you. Our goal is to get you back to enjoying life as quickly as possible.
Life is too short to spend it in our waiting room!
WORK RELATED INJURIES
Most work injuries are caused by overuse and repetitive stress injuries. Over time, this can lead to acute and chronic pain, which can result in reduced productivity, lost time from work, an inability to perform job tasks, and potential disability . Your chiropractic doctor can assist you in overcoming these issues with a program of appropriate chiropractic adjustments, movement, stretching, and ancillary therapy. As your doctor, our goal is to prevent injury in the first place instead of constantly treating injuries once they have occurred.
Being proactive is Good Business, because...
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!"