Dr. Lance Brisky graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2012. Prior to attending NWHSU, he started his undergraduate at Edgewood College, Madison, WI, and put the finishing touches on his Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology at the chiropractic college. Upon graduating he has continued to further his education and training in nutrition, sports injuries & soft tissue therapy, and kinesiology taping. In addition to yearly continuing education classes, Dr. Lance is an adjunct faculty member at Rasmussen college, teaching anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and nutrition at various colleges and universities around the Twin Cities.
His approach to health and wellness is one of whole body healing. Our bodies have the capability to heal themselves, given the opportunity to do so. Through chiropractic care, nutrition, exercise and proper rest the body can do amazing things. This is something that he has a passion for and truly enjoys seeing people live happier and healthier lives.
Dr. Lance was introduced to chiropractic through his two uncles. His first realization of how powerful chiropractic care and soft tissue therapy could be was during his senior year of high school when a basketball injury sidelined him. The trainer said that it would take 6-8 weeks to heal and his uncle had him back in the game in a week and a half.
He grew up in Lodi, WI and was active in any sport that he could play. He currently resides in Eagan, MN with his wife and 3 older kids. His passion with sports still includes basketball, softball, golf, and running. He also is very active in his church and loves to sing both in the choir and in a men’s group called AMEN.
- 2017 and 2018: Great Lakes Conferences – NutriDyn
- 2017: 48 Hour Nutrition Certification – NWHSU
- 2009-2012: Bachelor of Human Biology, Northwestern Health Sciences University
Board Qualifications and License
- National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Part I, II, III, IV & Physiotherapy