Dr. Laura Graber grew up in Longmont CO. She moved to MN to attend St. Olaf College Swhere she graduated with a degree in biology and a concentration in biomedical studies.

Dr. Graber continued on at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington MN, where she earned her doctorate of chiropractic. Following Chiropractic school Dr. Graber practiced in Minnesota close to four years. During this time she had the opportunity to treat college athletes, pediatric, prenatal, and auto accident patients in addition to the Northfield and Minneapolis communities as a whole.

Doctor of Chiropractic
Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington, MN

Bachelor of Arts in Biology Biomedical Studies Concentration
St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

Graston Technique
Level 1, 

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Dr. Graber first experienced the benefits of chiropractic while dealing with injuries sustained while running college track. Chiropractic care continues to help her stay active and she enjoys helping others to feel their best while pursuing the activities that they love. She has special interests in sports injuries, women’s health, prenatal chiropractic, pediatrics, nutrition and soft tissue techniques. Additionally, Dr. Graber is an avid rock climber and she is knowledgeable and experienced in treating climbing specific injuries.

In her approach to care, Dr. Graber realizes that each patient is unique and consequently she provides individualized treatment. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, she often includes muscle work, stretching and strengthening exercises and nutritional recommendations. She has found that this holistic approach to care not only gets people out of pain, but provides lasting results. In her free time, Dr. Graber enjoys rock climbing, hiking, camping and cross country skiing as well as time with friends and family.