Dr. Andrew Minard D.C. received his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport) in 2008. Since graduation, he has served patients in both Iowa and Missouri. His training includes a certification in orthotics from the company Sole Supports, myfascial release technique such as trigger points, gua-sha, SASTM, and active and passive rehab using various physiotherapy techniques.
In addition to running his own practice, Dr. Andrew Minard D.C. enjoys being actively involved in the community. He has been or currently is a part of the following organizations and programs: Rotary Club, Burlington Professional Networking, Kwanis Club, AWANAs, Calvary Kids, Greater Burlington Partnership (Chamber of Commerce), Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, Alzhiemer's Association, Faith Bible Institute, and the Greater Burlington Young Professionals.
Dr. Andrew Minard D.C. is married and has two children. He and his wife Jenny are 2002 graduates of Burlington Community High School and also attended Southeastern Community College. Jenny is a local newborn photographer and owns Jenny Minard Photography. Their two children, Lincoln and Griffin, love being close to their grandparents and enjoy visiting their daddy at work. After being in Missouri for three years, the Minards are happy to be back home in Burlington.
Dr. John Minard D.C. received his doctorate of chiropractic studies from Palmer as of June 2012 and went on to complete his B.S. at Palmer also. It was always his ambition to serve his hometown community of Burlington Iowa. John was a Burlington Community High School graduate of the class of 2004. He enjoys many hobbies including but not exclusively of: Church league soft ball at the Rex Plex, Soccer (both indoor and outdoor), officiating youth soccer and football games, and generally likes to keep active and maintain his own personal health. He also attends church at Harmony Bible Church in Burlington.
Dr. John Minard D.C. uses a variety of techniques which involves a specific approach to treating each patient’s unique conditions. Some these techniques include a blend of Palmer techniques of diversified, gonstead, side posture, Thompson/drop technique, activator, impulse, and extremity technique. His belief of a thorough evaluation to provide a proper foundation of treatment is a necessity for optimal care. In providing a specific approach to care and educating each patient he believes this is essential for the best outcomes. There is no cookie cutter approach to give people their unique health care. Each patient’s treatment plans are selected based on this approach and flexible based on their individual wants and needs.
Dr. John Minard D.C. is married with two children. His wife, Laura, is a pharmacist employed at Walgreens. Their two children, Madi and Lana, also love to be adjusted to keep them in top health.