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Welcome to Woodbury Family Chiropractic!

Our Team of Chiropractors:
Dr. Lorraine S. Hurst, Dr. Amy Hamlin,
Dr. Kendra G. Mahler, Dr. Nicole M. Brown,
Dr. Ashley Kroneberger & Dr. Matt Kroneberger

How We Help: CUSTOM chiropractic adjustments restore balance and proper function of your body. We take the time to identify misalignment and treat the WHOLE BODY with specific adjustments and our wide variety of specialty muscle release techniques. Our doctors find the source of current and potential problems using their EXCEPTIONAL skill set, and help your body heal itself naturally. Our patients come to us for everything from wellness care to more specific cases including:

Neck & Back Pain Auto Accident Injuries Prenatal Chiropractic
Shoulder Pain Pinched Nerves Sleep Issues
Sciatica Slipped/Bulged Discs Infant Colic
Lower Back Pain Knee Injuries Pediatric Chiropractic
Rotator Cuff Injuries TMJ Dysfunction Sinus Trouble
Sports Injuries Reflux/GERD Symptoms Fibromyalgia Pain


Dr. Lorraine S. Hurst, Dr. Amy L. Hamlin, Dr. Kendra Mahler, Dr. Nicole Brown, Dr. Ashley Kroneberger & Dr Matt Kroneberger

Woodbury Chiropractor | Woodbury Family Chiropractic | (612) 293-9294

Two Locations: 8160 Coller Way, Suite B & 2110 Eagle Creek Lane, #400

Woodbury, MN

Why Choose Us?

A Testimonial

  • "I've been to more than a couple chiropractors and most were OK but when I started to see Dr.Lorraine it all changed for the better. Much better than I ever thought. She really cares what is going on with your body, takes time and listens and when it calls for it her technique changes and it makes a big difference. I've felt SO much better and know so much more about my body."
    Deb Kieper / Woodbury, MN

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