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  • Dr.
    Jeremy Heidt

    My name is Dr. Jeremy and my wife and I are proud owners of Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness. It is my goal to get the most efficient response possible for each patient. With my extra training in Cox Flexion Distraction I also enjoy treating acute and chronic neck and back pain, along with disc herniations, scoliosis, facet syndromes ect.

    We often see patients who have been in pain for months and have tried physical therapy, other chiropractic clinics, and medical clinics without great results. With the different treatment methods in our office we are often able to get not only relief, but many times complete healing of a patient's injury. Getting these results is great because not only does the patient feel better, but often times they are able to get back to the activities they love!

    While growing up in Dickinson, North Dakota, I was active in baseball, football, and basketball. At an early age of 14 I realized the importance of chiropractic in my life while personally dealing with low back pain and migraines.

    I was diagnosed with Spondylolisthesis (a lower back condition) and I received treatment from two fantastic chiropractors, Dr. Blair Bauer and Dr. Tim Peters. I was able to see the immediate impact after leaving their office and obtaining a quick return to baseball. They helped me decrease both my low back pain and migraines. I have been fortunate to receive a great education and learn from multiple veteran chiropractors in our profession.

    It is this skill that I love bringing to our patients at Midwest Chiropractic. We strive to provide the highest quality chiropractic care for our patients.

    Advanced Education & Certification

    I completed my pre-chiropractic studies at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Health Science. In 2010, I graduated with honors (Cum Laude) from NWHSU with my Doctorate of Chiropractic.

    Most recently I became certified in Cox TechniqueCox Technique is a spinal technique that relieves back pain, leg pain, neck pain, arm pain, and a host of other spinal related conditions...disc herniations, spinal stenosis, post-surgical continued pain, and pregnancy related back pain.

    I have also completed extra training in Charrette Extremity adjusting protocols, Gonstead Methodology Institute, Integrative Care Strategies- Case Management, and Scoliosis: Degenerative and Sciatic with Idiopathic courses. I have also completed numerous other seminars, certificates, and classes regarding human biomechanics and treatment.

    Outside the Office

    Whether it's playing softball with the Midwest Chiropractic or Shantytown softball teams or kayaking and riding bike with my wife, I am happiest when I'm outside and on the go. I graduated as a UND Fighting Sioux and continue to support UND hockey. 'GO SIOUX!' 'Go Hawks I suppose too.' I am also a Twins and Vikings fan! To relax I love learning and reading about history and science.

    I want to thank you for visiting our site. Our office is dedicated to helping you and your families. If you are in pain or want to stay out of pain we are here to help! We are excited to answer any questions you have and help you lead a healthier life!

    Dr. Jeremy's Resume

  • Dr.
    Jenny Heidt

    My name is Dr. Jenny. I am originally from Mandan, North Dakota. While growing up I was a very active kid. I spent most of my time swimming and running track. In the end I decided to continue my swimming career at the University of North Dakota.

    Three months before leaving for UND I sustained a lower back injury while lifting weights. Thankfully, my mom knew what to do. She took me to see her chiropractor. I was afraid that my injury would prevent me from being able to swim, but after seeing my chiropractor he assured me that I would be good as new. Following my care plan I was ready to jump feet first into my swim career as a Sioux Girl.

    During my time at UND I noticed majority of my teammates were getting shoulder injuries, but I never did. I shared this revelation with my chiropractor, and he explained to me that since I had been receiving regular adjustments my spine, muscles and ligaments were much stronger and healthier. I thought this was pretty awesome. Soon after I applied to Palmer College of Chiropractic.

    While at Palmer I learned so many amazing things, but my favorites were how chiropractic adjustments can help pregnant women and pediatrics.

    Throughout chiropractic school and following graduation I have taken numerous classes in maternal health, Webster's technique, Pediatrics, Sports Performance and Injury Prevention.

    I truly enjoy working with all ages and want every patient to be at their best. My true passion is working with athletes, moms to be and kids.

    In my spare time I continue to enjoy swimming, running and coaching for the FoxJets.

  • Madison Schaub
    Office Manager

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Monday:

8:00am - 12:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00am - 12:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am - 12:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Thursday:

9:00am - 12:00pm

2:00pm - 6:00pm

Friday:

8:00am - 12:00pm

Closed

Saturday:

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Closed

Sunday:

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  • "We love midwest chiropractic! Before seeing dr. Jenny, my son wet the bed every single night. I wasn't willing to restrict his water intake or put him on medications. 4 weeks after seeing Dr Jenny he stopped wetting the bed!! AND my daughter was diagnosed with ADD - dr Jenny has significantly helped her focus and balance! Thank you!!!!"
    Jenny S. / Eden Prairie, MN

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