Best Chiropractic Office: Healing Arts Chiropractic

Location: Fargo and West Fargo

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Healing Arts Chiropractic has been named Best Chiropractic Office in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win?

“We are so honored,” Operations Manager Melanie Paape said. “Our mission is to help the health of our community one family at a time and to receive this award for the sixth year in a row is so humbling. Our patients are our family and we hope they feel the same way.”

When should someone call you for help?

“Many times people wait until they are in excruciating pain to call for help,” Paape said. “While we certainly are here to help them, I would love for people to call before it gets to that point. Many of our patients come to us to prevent getting to that situation in the first place.”

  • Second place: Cultivate Family Chiropractic
  • Third place: Venture Chiropractic
  • Fourth place: Bjorlie Chiropractic
  • Fifth place: Downtown Chiropractic

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