We will help you heal pain that has plagued you for your entire life, pain you have long since considered a lost cause. My unique, holistic approach to chiropractic will guide you to lasting health improvements and physical freedom.
Looking at the body and all of its inputs, outputs, functions and faults, I see opportunities for healing. Innovative Chiropractic therapy helps you heal more completely. Work through pain that has long since become a part of your life. Become the best version of yourself—whatever age you may be.
Proven on Athletes
Many athletes appreciate our ability to reduce muscle tension, improve fluidity of motion, upregulate muscular power production, find functional muscle weaknesses and correct them.
What sets us apart is a comprehensive system of recovery which targets proper inflammation response aiding in recovery and reducing days left behind due to injury.
I take the time to help you work through your injuries. I take the time to figure out what is really going on with your body, why it hurts, what the source of the pain is, how to fix it, and how to prevent it from happening again.
Kind & Empathetic
I have a reputation for truly caring about my patients’ health and well-being. With a genuine commitment to creating a lasting relationship, I work with you to understand your goals, hopes, and dreams for the future.
Board Certified & Licensed Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Dukart is licensed in the state of Minnesota as a primary health care practitioner and Doctor of Chiropractic. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology.
Pain & Your Brain
Pain is processed in your brain. I’m looking at your unique brain for clues and finding solutions for how to treat your pain. All pain is processed in the brain, and as a Doctor of Chiropractic, I find what your body and brain need for you to feel better.
Pain isn’t the enemy. It is simply a signal. Occasionally that signal gets messed up, so I work with the brain to help it. This means you have to change it, not simply restore or fix it. We can change it, for the better.
Your whole body is interconnected with your brain, and many areas can increase or decrease the pain.
This is where neuroplasticity comes in: your brain can always change for good or bad. When your brain processes pain signals frequently enough, it essentially recruits extra synapses and connections to process that pain, which makes your pain more intense.
A pain center that was devoting 5% of its connections to processing pain can go all the way up to 25% if pain is processed for long enough. This is called ‘practicing pain,’ and it is the root of chronic pain.