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Jenny Dubisar has a Bachelors of Elective Studies from St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud MN 1995 . (before ever thinking of becoming a chiropractor!) Dabbling in Human Resource Management, Ethical Studies, and Speech Communication... but no sciences. The goal was to enhance corporate America by providing that "friendly smile and helpful service." Ironically, Jenny was surrounded by chiropractors (all male) throughout her life, without ever really realizing that women could be chiropractors as well.

After meeting her first husband/wife chiropractor team in 1998, the dream of becoming a chiropractor was initiated. It took a few more years to figure out how to make it happen, and where.

Taking the fast-track program through Greenville Technical College, Greenville, South Carolina, Dr Jenny obtained the necessary sciences to start Chiropractic school in just 5 quarters (Organic Chemistry, College Chemistry, Physics I and II, Anatomy and Physiology) from 2000-2001.

In June 2005, Dr Jenny graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, South Carolina, with honors.

Dr Jenny has been certified in pregnancy and pediatric care through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association program since 2006, including certification in the Webster Technique, and appropriate care specific to the unique needs of pregnant women, infants, and children.  She is continuing her studies to include additional advanced pediatric care.
 
Gentle adjustments in our office are primarily delivered using an Activator, which is a hand-held adjusting tool that is both gentle and highly specific in adjusting misalignments. From 2005-2009 Dr Jenny was Advance Proficiency Rated by Activator Methods. We continue to use Activator Protocol in our office exclusively when utilizing the Activator.
 
Since 2010, Dr Jenny has also been providing limited adjustments using the Koren-Specific Technique (KST) using the Arthro-Stim Adjusting Unit (aka The Woodpecker).  This is an ideal technique for particularly challenging issues, when clients are unable to lie down for an adjustment, and is gentle enough for infants.
 
All sessions are complimented with a tonal understanding that supports breath, adjustment integration, and a comprehensive expression of the mind-body connection, also known as  Bio-Geometric Integration.
 
Chiropractic care can be priceless when it comes to staying healthy.  It does not have to hurt to help, and not all chiropractic is the same. We take pride in the fact that our care is frequently shared with friends who have been previously afraid of chiropractic... because it helps.