Marcella S. Gerads, D.C.
Dr. Marcy grew up in Hastings, Minnesota. She graduated from Mankato State University with
a B.A. in Biochemistry. She participated in Women's Track and Field team while attending MSU. Her interest to help others and her intrigue in drug free whole body health drew her to Chiropractic. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1993. And earned post graduate training as a Diplomate of American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedics.
Dean D. Gerads, D.C.
Dr. Dean grew up near Albany, Minnesota. Personal experience with Chiropractic after migraines and a football injury led him to want to help others as a Chiropractor. He attended Moorhead State University and then the Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1993. He worked in Austin Minnesota until coming to Stevens Point in January 1994. Over the past years, Dr. Dean has extended his education and has earned a Diplomate from the American Chiropractic Occupational Health and a Diplomate from the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board.
If you are wondering, Dr. Marcy and Dr. Dean met in Chiropractic College and were married a week after graduation. They have two children.
Advanced Neck and Back Care Center offers you gentle, effective relief for your back and neck pain. It doesn't matter if you have a recent injury or an "old nagging ache" - we can help. We're pain relief specialists with over 24 years of experience. We use the latest methods to get you back to your old self and enjoying life again.
We carefully choose the treatment that will best resolve your problem or injury, and one that will prevent a relapse. Once you are well, we want you to stay well. And we treat people of all ages, from infants to senior citizens.
Your pain relief begins when you call 715-341-4826 for your appointment.
Prepare Fresh Produce Safely. The safe preparation of fruits and vegetables can help protect your family from harmful germs. The academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends rinsing fresh produce under cool water before eating, using a produce brush to clean firm produce such as melons or cucumbers (to keep germs away from he blade of the knife as it cuts through), throwing away the outermost leaves of a head of lettuce, having separate cutting boards for meat and produce, and cooking alfalfa, clover and othe raw sprouts before eating.
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