Growing Pains and Osgood-Schlatters Disease in Children

Growing pains and Osgood-Schlatters are very common and quite painful.  I remember when I was a kid about 7th or 8th grade or so starting to have pain below the knee cap.  This is commonly referred to as Osgood-Schlatter’s disease.  Since I was a basketball player, I was constantly running and jumping all the time…

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Minneapolis Fibromyalgia Treatment | Fibromyalgia Syndrome Relief Minnesota

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (FM/CFS) Patients Are Not Getting the Answers They Need These patients tend to live a life of very little hope.  They’re always wondering why they have it, what they can do about it, and more importantly, if there is anything they can do to correct it. Most doctors just don’t…

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Arthritis Pain Relief Part 1

In this video I run through the first half of common reasons for arthritis pain. Arthritis is NOT soley due to old age. Instead, it’s what you’ve done to your body that is causing most of the problems. I hope  you learn something. Watch the video and leave me some comments below.  

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What Is Applied Kinesiology?

Imagine for a moment that you had a chiropractor, acupuncturist, naturopath, homeopath, and nutritionist all on your health care team. Now imagine they are all in the same room communicating with each other on the best route to take for your health needs. And as a bonus, they all understood each other. You would feel…

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Solanine Toxicity Syndrome

Just the other day I had yet another person come in who upon testing was shown to react to nightshades (potatoes, tomatoes, paprika, eggplant, tobacco, peppers). A brilliant applied kinesiology researcher by the name of Michael Lebowitz, D.C. has termed this solanine toxicity. With the amount of nightshades that most people eat, this problem is…

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Stacy MN-Pain Free North Shore Backpacking Trip

I came to Dr. Larsen due to issues w/ my knees.  I am an avid outdoors person, spending my free time hiking, backpacking, biking, kayaking, and skiing.  Typically I have experienced the most knee discomfort when I backpacked. Dr. Larsen discovered I have a wheat/gluten sensitivity.  Since becoming more conscious of this sensitivity, I have…

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