Leading the Way in Chiropractic Care

“I can’t help but get emotional remembering the feeling of relief knowing my husband was being heard and things were going to get better.”

Those were the reflections of Crystal Schwartz, who, along with her family, received treatment and care at the Fairview Sports and Orthopedic Care (FSOC) – Princeton clinic.

Her husband suffered from a serious back injury, and Crystal had been diagnosed with a bulging disk in her neck. On top of that, their son was showing signs of neck discomfort and had trouble learning to crawl.

That’s where Cara Borggren, DC, came in.

After a couple weeks of treatment, Crystal’s neck was improving, and within months, she had no more symptoms. The care shown to both her husband and her son was equally amazing, she says.

“Dr. Borggren has without a doubt been a blessing to our family,” says Crystal. “She has been our advocate throughout our treatments and went above and beyond. She treated us like she was caring for her own family, and I am forever grateful for her.”

That type of care not only helps change lives, it receives recognition from outside organizations, as well.

The FSOC clinics in Princeton and Blaine, in addition to the Institute for Athletic Medicine (IAM) clinics in Burnsville, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina and Uptown, were all recently honored with designations as 2016 ChiroCare Centers of Excellence.

ChiroCare, a nonprofit organization focused on improving quality of life by delivering superior health care networks and support services, awards the recognition to providers who demonstrate excellence in a variety of ways. This includes providing value-based, patient-centered care and a commitment to using integrated and collaborative approaches in achieving the best outcomes and quality of life for patients.

IAM is a service of Fairview and North Memorial.

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