ProvidingHealth and Wellness Through
Chiropractic in Fargo, ND

At Chiropractic First, we understand that the best way to treat an injury is to
prevent it. We help people with their neck or back pain.

ProvidingHealth and Wellness Through
Chiropractic in Fargo, ND

At Chiropractic First, we understand that the best way to treat an injury is to
prevent it. We help people with their neck or back pain.

Back and Neck Pain?
Before drugs, before surgery, chiropractic - Chiropractic First PC.
Fargo, North Dakota

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CHIROPRACTIC FIRST PC IN FARGO
Providing Health and Wellness Through Chiropractic in Fargo, ND

Chiropractic care has been an established practice for well over 100 years. The approach is simple: The human body has an amazing ability to heal itself when it is functioning optimally. On occasion, due to an injury or even daily routines, the body is unable to heal adequately due to interference. This interference may be as simple as a vertebral subluxation. A vertebral subluxation occurs when a vertebrae (bone of the spine) misaligns and places stress or pressure on the nerve roots exiting the spinal cord. Pressure or stress on a nerve root not only causes pain at the site of the subluxation, but also in the surrounding tissue. Nerve pressure also interferes with transmission of nerve impulses which can be detrimental to our overall physiological functions. To put it simply, nerves carry messages to every single muscles, joint, and organ in the body. If a nerve root is being compressed by a misaligned vertebrae (subluxation), the corresponding muscle, organ or any other cell type will not receive an adequate nerve impulse and will therefore not function at 100% capacity.

Chiropractors look for these subluxations and adjust the spine to remove the interference, thus restoring proper function to the body.

MEET DR. JENE PETERMEIER
Dr. Jane Petermeier, D.C. of Chiropractic First PC. A Fargo, North Dakota, Chiropractor.

Dr. Jane Petermeier attended Moorhead State Univeristy before pursuing her chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington MN. Following her 1996 graduation, she practiced as an associate doctor in several clinics across the United States. In 2000, she moved to Fargo, was married that autumn and began practicing in her current location.

Dr. Jane’s emphasis is in providing gentle, yet effective care to her patients. She understands that although her patients may be diagnosed with the same condition, they respond very differently to treatments. For this reason, she will tailor a specific treatment plan for your unique medical and physical condition.

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