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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 learned to change my diet and learned of many of the various health related problems that can result from the overabundance of wheat in many products, not just food.

During my first “gluten-free” backpack trip in August 2007, I enjoyed a completely pain-free 4-day, 32 mile hike on the North Shore.  The sacrifice of giving up once beloved foods is nothing compared to the joy I felt completing those last few miles of that hike!  Dr. Larsen’s technique can open up worlds of information to improve all areas of your life.

Receiving treatments from him has certainly made my life healthier and more dynamic.

Sherri K.


Once again, it’s amazing what food sensitivities can do to wreck your health and enjoyment of life. Having a pain free North Shore backpacking trip is priceless. In the 21st century, having good health and a pain free body takes a multifaceted approach that chiropractic kinesiology is very well suited to handle. With a purely structural based treatment, Sherri would still be in pain.


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  • Liz Warner April 15, 2010, 6:06 am

    good to hear that you had a pain free holiday, but really I can’t imagine myself having a gluten free diet 😉

  • Dr. Larsen April 15, 2010, 1:22 pm

    To each their own! If you don’t mind debilitating pain where you can’t hardly walk, but you can sit at home and chow gluten, then so be it! There definitely isn’t any right or wrong answer to this thing called life. Judging by your website, I would much rather see those beautiful places than eat some bread though.

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