Our goal from day one was to provide quality chiropractic care to our patients.
We take our time, one on one, with everyone to listen, examine, diagnose, and treat everyone with individual needs, even if it means a referral to another physician for the appropriate care.
We like to think of our Clinic as a "family."
Dr. Teri & Dr. Jeff
Conditions We Treat
Extremity Pain (Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Knee, Ankle & Foot)
Workers Compensation Injuries
Car Accident / Personal Injuries
Children / Infants (Colic, Ear Infections, ADHD/ADD, Gastric Reflux, Allergies, GI / GU problems)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
For an Appointment Call
Monday: 9am - 5pm
Tuesday: 9am - 7pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: By Appointment
Why I became a Chiropractor by Dr. Jeff Kramer
As a typical college student I was “unsure” of what I wanted to become: Biology teacher/Football coach, Orthopedic surgeon or a Chiropractor. It wasn’t until the first football game of my junior year, when I severely injured my back in a game against Dana College, when “fate” made that decision for me.
I spent the next 3 weeks getting better with physical therapy. When I returned to the field four weeks later to play against Sioux Falls College I re-injured my back. Only this time much worse, a fracture. The Orthopedic surgeon said I would need rods in my back and “you may not be able to touch your toes ever again”. To a 20 year old this was unfathomable.
I spent the next 2 months unable to stand up straight without significant pain, hoping the treatments I was receiving would work and not require me to have rods in my back. My family and I were all losing patience. At one of my father’s appointments he mentioned to Dr. Steiner what had transpired with my case and Dr. Steiner said “maybe I can help."
I still remember my reply when my father told me that Dr. Stiener thinks he could help. “What is a Chiropractor going to do, I have fracture!!! Over Christmas break I hesitantly went to see Dr. Steiner. After the third treatment I was standing upright and by the end of Christmas break (2 weeks) I was 80% better. Upon returning to college I immediately went to the registrar’s office and changed my major back to pre-chiropractic.