Meet The Doctors
Dr. Jasmine Craner D.C., C.S.C.S.
I was first introduced to chiropractic in the spring of my freshmen year at Archbishop McNicholas High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, while running track, playing Junior Olympic volleyball, and dancing. Pushing through the pain I was experiencing in my lower back, I realized it was becoming increasingly difficult to walk or bend forward without using my hands for support.
After my family doctor told me I would have to stop running, my coach suggested chiropractic care. Not ready to cease any of the activities I loved, I took his advice and am so thankful that I did. Not only did my chiropractor relieve my pain and get me back to full function, he took the time to explain what was happening and why. He also gave me stretches and exercises that would help me continue living my active lifestyle.
Dr. Erik Hensel D.C., Author of "Awaiting title**"
Born and raised in St. Cloud, MN, I have always been a very active guy. When I wasn’t playing sports, I was in the woods or on one of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes.
I received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Chemistry minor from the University of Minnesota Duluth. After completing my undergraduate degree, I still wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do so I accepted a full-time position with the Longshoreman’s Union. Over the summers of my undergrad I worked there unloading ships, so taking a full-time position was a simple transition. However, the longer hours really took a toll on me. Back pain and headaches began affecting both my work and sleep habits.
Dr. Ryan Cahall D.C.
I awoke one morning with excruciating back pain where I could barely move an inch to reach for my phone to call for help. With a great deal of effort, I was able to call someone who immediately took me to a chiropractor to find out what was wrong with me.
I had never been to a chiropractor before, although my immediate family have always gone to one. I really didn’t know much about how chiropractors help people. If it was going to help me move again, I was ready to sign up for anything [other than a trip to the hospital].