Dr. Brittney Reisnour Also Joins Practice at 200 East Chestnut Street
Healing River Chiropractic relocated to a new location in downtown Stillwater in early October. The clinic has moved to 200 East Chestnut Street, Suite 202, from its current location at 333 North Main Street.
The move is the result of an increasing number of patients visiting the clinic for care from Dr. Kellie Seth, D.C., and the addition of a second holistic chiropractor to the practice – Dr. Brittney Reisnour.
“We’re excited about finding a new clinic space just a few blocks away that will provide us with almost double the current square footage,” noted Dr. Kellie Seth, who founded Healing River Chiropractic in 2013. “We’ll be able to add an additional patient treatment room and greatly expand the patient reception area.” Healing River Chiropractic can be reached at (651) 439-3737 or www.healingriverchiropractic.com.
Dr. Reisnour is a recent graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. She earned her undergraduate degree in biology from Minnesota State University Moorhead. She has known since she was a young girl that becoming a doctor of chiropractic was her “true calling.”
According to Dr. Seth, “Dr. Brittney is a wonderful addition to the care team at Healing River Chiropractic. She will be able to provide our patients with a second holistic chiropractor in the clinic who can also utilize extremely gentle and powerfully effective holistic techniques to restore and allow each body’s own symphony of health to play naturally and beautifully again.”
Conditions that Dr. Seth and Dr. Reisnour treat include headaches, chronic pain, pregnancy, acute body injury, allergies, food insensitivities, children’s issues, auto injury, sports injury, hormonal imbalance, insomnia, nutritional challenges, disc syndrome, carpal tunnel, paresthesia, and sprains and strains.
“So many people are overwhelmed with pain and are desperate for healthcare previously un-remedied by prescription drugs and surgery,” notes Dr. Seth. “Our progressive model of health and unconventional healing techniques are not otherwise found in the Stillwater Valley and rarely elsewhere in the world.”