Chiropractor relocates practice
It’s back to the basics for local chiropractor Chad A. Lundstrom. He moved out of a multidisciplinary clinic in the Saddle View Office Park where he worked alongside medical physicians, physical therapists, acupuncturists, pain medicine specialists and other chiropractors.
Now he operates a solo practice at 1790 Sun Peak Drive, where he said he can work exclusively on improving the spines and nervous systems of his patients. Lundstrom, a chiropractor in Park City since 1998, opened his new office on Oct. 3. He said he treats patients with back or neck problems, sports injuries, menstrual pain, arm pain, digestive problems and acute migraine headaches. "It’s not only making someone feel better, but improving the function of the nervous system, which improves the biology of the body," he said. " Neurology affects biology and biology affects health." Lundrstom’s office consists of treatment, therapy, massage and x-ray and exam rooms. His staff includes five massage therapists. "I focus more on structure and skeletal system and adjoining and improving the function of the spine, where the therapists are going to work more on the muscular components."
Lundstrom said homeopathic and herbal nutritional supplements are popular among his patients. He prescribes herbal and whole food remedies for colds and the flu, allergies and sinus problems, musculoskeletal injuries and stress and anxiety. He said he offers patients natural immune boosters, mood boosters, muscle relaxants, homeopathic cough syrup, iron supplements, asthma treatments, blood sugar aids, weight loss supplements and wheat germ oil to aid in fertility.
Lundstrom said his interest in chiropractic work stemmed from encouragement from his grandfather who used to travel several hundred miles in South Dakota to visit a chiropractor, then called a "bone setter,’ for headaches. His grandfather, now 92, experienced improved health and ran a business until age 89.
Lundrom graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1995 with a doctor of chiropractic degree. He received post-graduate certifications in whiplash trauma, pro sport chiropractic and integrated health services. With his background in nutrition and sports injury treatments, Lundstrom treats a variety of athletes in the area, including professional skiers and bobsledders. Lundstrom said he offers free consultations and an initial office visit costs $48. Office visits with x-rays and therapy costs between $100 and $150, with insurance often covering full or portions of the patient expenses.
Chad A. Lundrom’s Chiropractic office is located at 1790 Sun Peak Drive. For more information call 649-4424.
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