If you are in St. Paul and you are suffering from back pain, neck pain, disc problems, carpal tunnel, headaches and migraines, or just thinking about chiropractic care for the first time, you might be wondering what types of chiropractic care are available and how those different types of chiropractic care or “techniques” might help you.

Fortunately, St. Paul has a number of chiropractors that practice various chiropractic techniques, such as Diversified Technique, Activator Technique, Thompson Technique, Gonstead, Sacro-Occipital Technique, Upper Cervical Technique, and Applied Kenesiology.

The St. Paul Chiropractors website has three main goals.  The first goal is to familiarize you with chiropractic care and help you learn how chiropractors can help back pain, neck pain, disc problems, carpal tunnel, headaches, migraines, and other problems.  The second goal is to help you learn about the various chiropractic techniques and the problems they treat. Finally, we want to familiarize you with some of the chiropractors who practice in St. Paul Minnesota.


Usage of this site does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. In addition this site should not be relied upon if someone is in need of emergency treatment.

Chiropractors being listed on this website do not constitute an endorsement for those chiropractors. Each patient and situation is unique. Therefore, it is recommended that you consult with a chiropractor or other qualified health professional for answers to your personal questions prior to beginning treatment-just as you would for any health care professional.

The St. Paul Chiropractors website is intended to be educational in nature. While the author has experience with chiropractic care and has spent time researching this subject certain portions of the website might contain the opinions of the author. The user assumes full responsibility for utilizing the information on this site and agrees that the website owner is not responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage resulting from its use by you or any other user.