We all want good health for ourselves and the members of our families, but most of us are uncertain as to the actions we need to take to attain this goal. If we perceive the road to climb as too s ...View Article
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Meet the Doctor
Dr. Todd Frisch
Dr. Todd Frisch graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1993. He and his wife Melissa have been part of the River Falls Community for over 25 years. Being able to participate in multi-generational health care has been an honor. Dr. Frisch says, "A great day is being able to help a busy/stressed out parent with low back pain or chronic headaches. Being able to fulfill daily responsibilities can be tough when you don't feel well. Helping an individual feel and function better with a dug free approach is extremely rewarding. Plus....what parent doesn't want a better nights sleep?"
He is an active member of the River Falls Lions and Ducks Unlimited Clubs and will have no problem telling you he has been the top ticket seller for over 5 years! In his free time he enjoys hunting, golfing, coaching baseball and time with his wife and two high school aged children.
Dr. Amy Hietala
Dr. Hietala grew up in Minnesota. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University. She pursued additional postgraduate training to obtain her Diplomate in Nutrition through the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and the Clinical Board of Chiropractic Nutrition. She has been part of the River Fall Chiropractic Team for over 4 years and takes special interest in helping families obtain optimum health naturally through chiropractic, positive lifestyle changes, and the proper nutritional supplements.
Her passion for Functional Medicine (conservative non-pharmaceutical approach to chronic disease management) has her guiding patients back to true health who are suffering from Thyroid Conditions, Fatigue, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Hormone Imbalances. When she is not busy seeing patients, she stays active by helping her husband raise five children.