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Welcome to Ingbretson Chiropractic

Your Roseville Chiropractor

What We Do

Dr. Heather Ingbretson was voted one of the top Chiropractors in Minnesota and will be featured in June's 2015 issue of Minnesota Monthly magazine.  She stands apart from other Chiropractors because of her genuine concern for patients conditions and her dedication to get to the root of the cause.  She gets results where other providers have not.

Chiropractic care concerns itself with the nervous system, which controls everything in the body.We have found that Chiropractic care can affect everything in the body.

If you have a specific health concern, please feel free to call or come in for a free consultation to see if Chiropractic would be right for you. (763) 226-1129 for phone consultations or (651) 487-5950 for your free initial appointment with Dr. Heather Ingbretson.

See www.icpa4kids.org for conditions in children that can be positively affected with Chiropractic care.

When Can I Come In?

She is currently accepting appointments: 

Monday 9a-5p, Tuesdays 9a-3p, Wednesdays 9a-7p, Thursdays 9a-6p and Fridays 9a-5pm and every other Saturday 11a-1pm. 

Sunday visits available by appointment only and after hours urgent care by calling the doctor at (763) 226-1129.  After hours urgent care prices may apply.

Mission Statement

Dr. Heather strives to empower as many families with the knowledge and capability to take control of their health.She does this by:

  • Educating them a little at each visit, so they may make informed decisions about their health
  • Making regular Chiropractic care economically feasible for as many families as possible
  • Listening to new health concerns that arise between visits and
  • Addressing and treating new concerns or questions as they come up
  • Teaching at Seminars at the clinic and in the greater community
  • Creating awareness about how our health is affected by the foods we eat, how we think and how we move each day

'The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.'

-Thomas Edison

Dr. Heather Ingbretson
Roseville Chiropractor | Ingbretson Chiropractic | (651) 487-5950

2201 Lexington Ave N Suite 102
Roseville, MN 55113

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Heather Ingbretson
    D.C., F.I.C.P.A.

    Heather Ingbretson, D.C., F.I.C.P.A. got her B.S. in Biochemisty/Molecular Biology in 1995 from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.She got her Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2005.  


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Ingbretson Chiropractic

Monday:

9am

5pm

Tuesday:

9am

3pm

Wednesday:

9am

7pm

Thursday:

9am

6pm

Friday:

9am

5pm

Saturday:

By Appt.

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Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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