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Our Doctors
Dr. Bradley Kappel, D.C., CCSP
Originally from North Dakota, Dr. Kappel attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota and graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2000.  He has worked as a chiropractor on St. Thomas since 2001.
Discovering chiropractic as a teenager, Dr. Kappel states, "I quickly recognized the health and performance benefits of chiropractic care and wanted to share my experience with others."
Dr. Kappel has a particular interest in sports-related chiropractic, ranging from injuries to athletic enhancement.  He esecially enjoys providing wellness care and sharing lifestyle tips with patients and friends.  Most importantly, he believes that our health is a direct reflection of our daily habits--including nutrition, exercise and mental well-being.
Dr. Matthew Krefetz, D.C., M.S.
A graduate of Logan University with multiple degrees, including a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Masters of Sports Science & Rehabilitation, Dr. Krefetz has worked with and trained individuals of all ages and abilities.
Along with his D.C. and Masters accomplishments, he is certified in various disciplines including: Neurokinetic Therapy, Active Release Technique, TMJ, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Pain Management & Treatment in Pregnancy and Nutrition.
Dr. Krefetz's philosophy utilizes an individualized, total body health and wellness approach combined with manual and nutritional techniques that offer effectiveness regardless of age or activity level.
More than 85% of Americans will suffer from incapacitating pain at some point in their lifetime.  Chiropractic treatments are an effective, drug-free, surgery-free form of therapy that emphasizes the importance of determining the cause of your pain and supporting your body's natural desire to heal itself.  It also offers the ability to integrate several approaches to health, which can easily be adopted into your lifestyle.  The key is to confront problems when they are still a minor nuisance and, more importantly, to prevent issues before they occur. 


Chiropractic care can help, but is not limited to the following disorders:
Acute Pain
Arm/Leg Pain
Back/Neck/Shoulder Pain
Balance Problems
Car Accidents
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic Pain
Disc Bulges/Herniations
Overall Health & Wellness
Pinched Nerves
Posture Problems
Sports Injuries
Tennis/Golf Elbow



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