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600 Reed Street, Suite 102

Mankato, MN 56001 USA

507-344-8300

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  Dr. Parrish Skrien and the staff have a genuine concern for your well-being! He is a dedicated chiropractor for the Mankato region. He is utilizes the Gonstead system of chiropractic care.His patients range from infants, children, families, athletes to seniors.

The following resources have been assembled to provide you with more chiropractic wellness care information available on the internet.

Chiropractic Directory

www.Chiropractor-Pages.com

Chiropractic Organizations

www.AmerChiro.org
www.Chiro.org
www.Chiropractic.org
www.ChiropracticIsSafe.org
www.ChiropracticResearchReview.com
www.WorldChiropracticAlliance.com

Wellness Coaching

www.DiscoverWellnessCoaching.com

Wellness for Kids

www.BAM.gov
www.ChiroPediatrics.com
www.ICPA4kids.org
www.JWTumbles.com
www.KidsHealth.org
www.My-Gym.com
www.NutritionExplorations.org/kids/

Exercise and Nutrition

www.BodyForLife.com
www.CompassionateCooks.com
www.CorePerformance.com
www.Ediets.com
www.FitnessPlus.com
www.FoodRevolution.org
www.IFIC.org
www.MiaVita.com
www.NANP.org
www.SparkPeople.com
www.TheBodyByGod.com
www.TruthPublishing.com
www.WestonAPrice.org
www.WHFoods.org
www.WholeHealthMD.com

Fitness Centers

www.24HourFitness.com
www.BallyFitness.com
www.Curves.com
www.FrogsFit.com
www.GoldsGym.com

Thought and Meditation

www.Chopra.com
www.DrWayneDyer.com
www.KenWilber.com
www.TM.org

Life Coach

www.FindACoach.com
www.TheIACC.com
www.CoachFederation.org

Acupuncture

www.AcuFinder.com

Dentist

www.1800Dentist.com

Homeopath

www.homeopathic.org

Naturopath

www.aanmc.org

Pilates

www.pilates.com
www.thepilatescenter.com
www.pilates-studio.com
www.powerpilates.com

Yoga

www.siddhayoga.com
www.yogajournal.com

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00am -11:30am

2pm - 6pm

Tuesday:

10:00am - 1:30pm

3pm - 6:30pm

Wednesday:

8:00am - 1:30pm

Closed

Thursday:

Closed

1:30pm - 6:30pm

Friday:

8:00am - 11:30am

2pm - 6:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "There is only one option I know of to stop getting older and I'm not ready for that. But there are options to stop or slow down the aging process and I have a really good one. Dr. Parrish Skrien's chiropractic care is an anti-aging remedy. Since I started going to Dr Skrien, several years ago, I have learned to recognize many health related problems and symptoms can be connected to stress or pressure on the central nervous system which which runs from your brain stem down through your spine and out into every body function or system. A monthly adjustment is part of my regular health care routine and it makes a difference. Thank you Dr. Skrien for your commitment to overall good health."
    Sandie T. / Mankato, MN

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