Whole Family Chiropractic – Dr. Tye Moe – Dr. Chelsey Henney – Pediatric and Family Chiropractors in Minneapolis and St Paul, MN 55116

Sarah B.: No More Back Pain, Less Migraines and Improved Digestion


“I first heard about Whole Family Chiropractic at the Healthy Life Expo in Minneapolis in 2014. I listened to Mary talk about how Dr. Tye’s technique is different and how it is not only for people with back issues, but all types of ailments and even preventative care. At the time I was having issues with back pain from minor scoliosis, migraines at least 1x/week, and digestive issues. The results from the complementary mini scan I received [at the Expo] showed that I was out of balance and could benefit from chiropractic care.

            It has now been almost 2 years and I feel that Dr. Tye and Dr. Chelsey have done a fantastic job in helping me relieve and even cure my issues! I now have zero back pain, get migraines at most 1x/month (usually with my monthly cycle), and my digestion has improved tremendously. I also rarely get sick and feel that I can cope with stress much better. Dr. Tye and Dr. Chelsey truly care about my health and well-being and I would recommend WFC to anyone looking for a better YOU!”

                     ~Sarah B.

Whole Family Chiropractic is located in Highland Park of St Paul, MN 55116.  WFC is conveniently accessible from Minneapolis (55417, 55406), Mendota Heights (55120, 55118), Eagan (55122), and Inver Grove Heights (55076, 55077).  Dr. Tye Moe and Dr. Chelsey Henney are chiropractors that focus on pediatric chiropractic with their neurological approach – Torque Release Technique.  Their holistic health care is great for infants, children, adolescents, and adults.  They have exceptional skills and experience in helping children with neurological concerns such as ADHD, Autism (ASD), and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).  In addition they love working with kids with common childhood issues such as ear infections, colic, constipation, reflux, frequent colds or sinus infections, and poor sleep.

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