Dr. Aaron Erhardt
Board Member (Past President, 2017)
Public Relations Committe (Chair) and Membership Committee

Reconnection Chiropractic

683 Bielenberg Drive
Suite 104
Woodbury | MN | 55125

Direct | 651.702.3322

Fax | 651.702.5922

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At Reconnection Chiropractic, our focus is to give you a Structural Biomechanics correction to your spine. Dr. Erhardt is one of a few hundred doctors in the world who are trained in the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA) protocol. The gentle and precise nature of the neurological shift correction allows the body to ease into proper alignment. This correction is accomplished without the need for painful popping, twisting, or cracking of the spin

Reconnection Chiropractic relies on precise structural measurements and X-rays to verify that the spine is in alignment and the nervous system is functioning correctly. By correcting the alignment of the spine, it will allow the joints, discs, and nerves to work properly and eliminate the causes of the secondary conditions.

Dr. Aaron Erhardt is originally from Mandan, North Dakota. For his undergraduate work, he attended Bismarck State College for two years and then went on to Minnesota State University Moorhead for an additional two years. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) in Bloomington, MN in April 2012. After graduation, Dr. Erhardt spent his time working as an associate for a doctor in Seattle, WA to refine his skills and focus on Structural Biomechanics through the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA) protocol. He is happy to bring this type of chiropractic care to Woodbury and looks forward to being able to help as many people as possible to achieve optimal health.

He currently resides in Woodbury, MN with his wife, Kate. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Erhardt enjoys spending time with family and friends, church activities, playing board games, hunting, fishing, sports, and movies.