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Professional Research Services contacted each licensed and active chiropractor within the state of Minnesota and asked each chiropractor in a nationwide online survey which chiropractors they would recommend, other than themselves, across Minnesota. Once the ballots were complete, each nominee was carefully screened and evaluated on the basis of the survey results, the legitimacy of their license, and their current standing with the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Inclusion in the listings cannot be purchased. It is solely the result of PRS’s research. Chiropractors who received the highest number of votes in chiropractic medicine are reflected in the Top Chiropractor list.

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  • A Day in the Life of a Working Mom

    Sandy Smith woke up to the annoying and familiar sound of the alarm clock. It was another day and the beginning of another hectic week. She rolled from her stomach onto her back and unburied herself from beneath the old, down-filled, pillows. Sandy reached over and pressed the snooze button in an attempt

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  • Secrets of Adding Exercise to Your Life

    Most of us are plenty tired of having experts tell us we should do more exercise. Our chiropractors tell us. Our family doctors tell us. Friends who just started taking their first yoga class and aren't really experts tell us. Celebrities tell us. Kid stars on Disney Channel tell us. Now even local television

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  • Can Work Be Relaxing?

    Not too many people would agree that "oh, yeah, my work is relaxing". For most of us, work involves plenty of stress. If we're in customer service, there's always a seemingly never-ending stream of customers with an abundance of problems that need to be handled yesterday. If we work in an office, office

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  • Your Computer and You

    Windows and Mac users actually do have one thing in common - computer ergonomics issues, namely, pain.1,2 Beyond the usual hardware and software gotchas we deal with on a daily basis, the real bottom-line question is, "how to play nice with my computer". Doing computer work is a funny kind of work,

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