We use effective treatments like chiropractic manipulation and active release technique to help you feel better and move better.
Dr. Andy Cook has a passion for getting people to move the way they want to because he feels that regular movement is critical to their quality of life. He has had an interest in the way people move since chiropractic school, but he has planned to work in some aspect of healthcare for many years, out of a drive to help others live the lives they want. Dr. Cook feels that chiropractic and active rehabilitation work together, empowering the patient to achieve faster, more sustainable results, starting with the least invasive intervention possible. He doesn’t stick to one or two protocols to treat all back pain and neck pain the same, rather he uses many different tools, depending on what he is finding with the patient in front of him. He feels this individualized approach, which often takes time in the initial exam, greatly shortens the time the patient needs to be treated.
While in chiropractic school Dr. Brandon Langerude sustained a shoulder injury that almost ended his career before it started. The treatment by one of his mentors brought him back to health and shifted his focus towards an active, patient centered model of care that helps empower people to take control of their injuries and achieve reductions in pain that last.
Dr. Langerude earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2016. He also holds a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner certificate, a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology, is a certified Emergency Medical Technician, and has additional training in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, and Fascial Movement Taping.
His mission is to build a community centered around physical health and well-being. He believes the fastest and most sustainable way to do this is through a comprehensive, active care model that builds resilience and self-reliance.