Lisa Humfeld-Wilson, Doctor of Chiropractic
I come to Faribault from Westby, WI, which is located about thirty minutes southeast of La Crosse. I chose to open my chiropractic office in Faribault because it is centrally located with friendly neighborhoods and a good quality of life.
I graduated magna cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer College is considered the fountainhead of chiropractic because it is where chiropractic was discovered and first taught.
While attending Palmer College, I interned under the world renowned Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractor, Dr. E. L. Crowder, who has been active in practice for over fifty years. Prior to graduation, I also interned with Dr. Greg Adams in Wakarusa, Indiana. Interning with these two Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractors allowed me to successfully deal with a wide spectrum of problems from migraine headaches to constant fatigue
In March of 2004, I was introduced to B.E.S.T. (Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique). I have now received a diplomate as a B.E.S.T. practitioner and have seen some phenomenal results in my patients. B.E.S.T. helps patients physically, but also mentally and emotionally.
This brings a unique approach to the spine, while providing a gentle and effective approach to renewed health and relief of discomfort for people of all ages. For anyone that is interested in learning more about Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic and B.E.S.T., I will be conducting an informative lecture on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 6:00 P.M. at my office. These lectures are free and open to the public. Please call if you are interested in attending one of these sessions: 507-333-5388.
I hold active chiropractic licenses in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. I am a active member of Morter Health System, Faribault Rotary Club, the All About Action BNI Chapter. I have served on the board of directors for the Faribault Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of the Buckham Memorial Library. I was also an Ambassador with the Faribault Chamber. When I’m not in the office, I’m usually out serving others in the community.