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So far Dr. Erin McFerson has created 31 blog entries.

The Food Addition!

Since many of my patients are off enjoying their summer taking vacations or running up north to the cabin for long weekends, I decided to make our July monthly update all about food and fun! I hope you enjoy the recipes I have included, perhaps even getting the whole family involved! It's no surprise we [...]

The Food Addition!2019-07-29T15:41:46+00:00

Somewhere along the way we forgot how to move.

https://www.facebook.com/McFersonChiropractic/videos/1975108682792855/   When we were learning how to walk as children no one had to tell us where to bend and twist from, we just moved as our body allowed us. Now as adults, our bodies have been conditioned to our daily activities like sitting at the computer, driving in the car, texting our [...]

Somewhere along the way we forgot how to move.2019-02-21T19:18:53+00:00

Soups and Stews Cooking Class

Warm up this winter with a cooking class that is all about soups and stews! We will make a variety of soups to practice skills such as making a creamy roux, incorporating winter vegetables, and playing with various spices and herbs to accommodate flavor and dietary restrictions. Think creamy wild rice soup and rich spiced [...]

Soups and Stews Cooking Class2018-11-28T21:21:54+00:00

eGift Cards

Save a stressful trip to the mall this year and pass on the gift of self care with our new eGift Cards! Gift cards can be used toward visits for both new and existing members of our community.

eGift Cards2018-11-28T21:07:12+00:00

A Minnesotan’s lesson from the desert

                         As many of you know my husband and I were out in Arizona this past weekend visiting a dear friend of mine.. yes we missed the somewhat unwelcome April snowstorm, minus the shoveling of course! We had a wonderful time hiking around the desert, [...]

A Minnesotan’s lesson from the desert2018-04-20T16:58:03+00:00

‘I’ll wait and see”

After each of the snow storms this winter it is inevitable that I get that call from a patient saying their low back or neck pain flared up again. This is often due to shoveling in addition to sore and tight muscles that are used to help keep you balanced on the snow and ice. [...]

‘I’ll wait and see”2018-04-05T22:47:36+00:00

Spring is here!

Although there are some flurries of snow in the sky, the calendar says that we have officially entered into spring. Since childhood this has always meant the time of year for planning and preparing for another year in the garden. The smell of peat moss can send me straight back to my basement growing up [...]

Spring is here!2018-03-30T19:32:28+00:00

The Prison of Becoming

Its official... we have made it through January!!!   I like to check in this time of year as many of you have set new years resolutions and I know crossing into February can be a difficult time. I think it is a wonderful practice to set goals, if we're honest we can all find [...]

The Prison of Becoming2018-02-01T19:42:47+00:00

Dr. Erin doesn’t just adjust….

Dr. Erin is wonderful. She has helped me with chronic headaches as well as acute back pain. Dr. Erin doesn't just adjust she works on the soft tissue around your joints and recommends therapeutic exercises to get to the root of your trouble. I highly recommend her! -S.J.

Dr. Erin doesn’t just adjust….2018-01-24T22:16:25+00:00

How to avoid injury when shoveling snow

In response to the almost blizzard like conditions this week I decided to do a search for articles on snow shoveling to prevent injury but I was very disappointed with the recommendations I found online. So I decided to do a facebook live video to clear up any misinformation and show how a structurally corrective approach is not only [...]

How to avoid injury when shoveling snow2018-01-24T18:40:11+00:00