An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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At Larson Chiropractic we genuinely want to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient's lives, whether they are having problems with back or neck pain, or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning. Our providers take a "whole person" approach in chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms. Many seemingly unrelated symptoms often arise from imbalances in the spinal column, and the doctors will be able to determine the root of the pain and create a personalized chiropractic and wellness plan to suit each patient's individual needs. Under the supervision and care of our caring and skilled chiropractors, patients report higher functioning in all areas of their lives.
Dr. Kristofer Larson grew up in Wasilla. He attended school in Portland, Oregon at Western States Chiropractic College where he graduated in 2005. He began treating patients in the Valley in 2005. Dr. Kris volunteers countless hours at area high school sporting events attending to the student athletes. His favorite part of being a chiropractor is changing people's lives.
Dr. Attila Sipos, or Dr. Ted as he likes to be called, grew up in New Jersey. He graduated in 2000 from New York Chiropractic College and began treating patients in Wasilla in 2009. He too donates many many hours to area student athletes and has become a regular fixture at the Palmer High games. Dr. Ted enjoys hiking, biking and spending time with his family. He loves helping people feel better so that they too can enjoy their favorite activities.
Larson Chiropractic was founded in 1991 by Dr. Daniel Larson. Dr. Dan is now retired from the day to day routine however he has not stopped practicing. He fills in at the clinic when needed and you can find him on the Wasilla High School football field on any given Friday night in September assisting the student athletes and coaches. From football season, he transitions into basketball season where he often travels with the teams to make sure they are taped and ready to compete.