Meet Dr. Lukas Johnson, a passionate sports chiropractor, rehabilitation expert, and family care practitioner. With a background in exercise science and an extensive athletic career, Lukas is dedicated to getting his patients back to the activities they love.

After graduating with honors from Southwest Minnesota State University, where he played football as a linebacker, Lukas picked up Olympic weightlifting and became a USA weightlifting level 1 coach. He continued his education at the prestigious Northwestern Health Sciences University. While continuing his education he continued to train in Olympic weightlifting where he qualified for the USA national weightlifting meet and placed 12th in the U25 division.

Throughout his education and career, Lukas has honed his skills as a clinician under the guidance of renowned chiropractor Dr. Trent Atrichoker at Denver Chiropractic LLC. He is committed to providing individualized care to each patient, using a combination of chiropractic adjustments, rehabilitation exercises, shockwave therapy, K laser therapy, and other techniques to help his patients achieve their goals.

Lukas’s research on the relationship between hip and core muscular endurance and lower extremity injuries in DII women’s soccer athletes has been published. He is also a South Dakota native and a passionate outdoorsman, spending his free time weightlifting, kickboxing, hunting, fishing, and spending time with his dog Gill.

Trust Dr. Lukas Johnson to help you achieve optimal health and wellness.

Doctor of Chiropractic
Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington, MN

Bachelors Degree
Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, MN

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