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Pinnacle Chiropractic and Rehab grand opening set for next week

The event will be held at 3 p.m., Thursday, April 7, at 259 Oak Ridge Loop E, West Fargo.

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WEST FARGO — Pinnacle Chiropractic and Rehab will have a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for its new West Fargo location next week.

The event will be held at 3 p.m., Thursday, April 7, at 259 Oak Ridge Loop E, West Fargo.

Doctors Jeremy and Jenny Heidt opened Pinnacle Chiropractic and Rehab after owning a clinic in Eden Prairie, Minn., for eight years.

“Being a husband-and-wife team with different specialties lets us treat a wide variety of patients. We’ve seen a big need for manual therapies to help recover and avoid muscle-skeletal injuries, whether it is back pain or pregnancy related pains,” Jeremy Heidt said. “Patients have also appreciated an approach to minimize medication and limit the chance of surgery if at all possible.”

Jeremy Heidt said he is the only certified provider in Cox Flexion Distraction/Decompression Technique in the state of North Dakota, a technique that improves outcomes with back and neck pain.
Jenny Heidt has certifications and extensive training in pregnancy and postpartum chiropractic care and rehab.

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“We moved back to North Dakota to be closer to our family and we see West Fargo as a great place to raise our girls, Finley and Emery," Jenny Heidt said. "We are excited to be a part of this community.”

Pinnacle Chiropractic is located at 3259 Oak Ridge Loop E, West Fargo.

If you go:
 What: Pinnacle Chiropractic and Rehab Ribbon Cutting-Grand Opening

Where: 3259 Oak Ridge Loop E, West Fargo

When: 3 p.m., Thursday, April 7

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