Dr. Katie Klundt provides evidence-based, quality chiropractic care and enjoys educating patients on wellness and prevention. Her passion for family-centered care led her to pursue additional training through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and subsequent Webster Technique Certification. This advanced training in perinatal and pediatric care allows her to serve families with a conservative, holistic approach to help reach their health goals. Dr. Klundt is a CST provider which is a great benefit to infants and children suffering from tongue tie, torticollis and colic, as well as adults with migraine and concussion symptoms. Dr. Klundt grew up in Bismarck, North Dakota and continued her undergraduate education at the University of North Dakota receiving a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She then attended Northwestern Health Sciences University where she pursued her passion as the president of the Pregnancy and Pediatrics Club on campus. When she is not in the office, you can find her enjoying time with friends and family, cooking, hiking or traveling to the family lake cabin in central Minnesota. Credentials: Doctor of Chiropractic, Webster Technique certified, CST certified provider, ICPA candidate.
Dr. LaValley is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University. She has spent many years working in healthcare in hospitals, clinics, and labs and found that her joy lies in providing exceptional quality care through the use of manual muscle techniques, modalities, and extensive patient education for acute and chronic conditions. She finds that the best care is achieved through a multidisciplinary approach and works hard to provide an individualized plan of care for each and every client. She also has extensive knowledge in physical therapy techniques as well as lab and specimen workups. Dr. LaValley is a certified graston techniques specialist, a certified DOT medical examiner, and a certified drug/alcohol screening professional. Dr. LaValley grew up in Elbow Lake, Minnesota. Her love of chiropractics grew when she herself began receiving chiropractic care at the age of 10 due to a moderate scoliosis. Through the use of similar techniques as her own treatment was very effective and she had no complications from her condition as it significantly decreased her curvatures eliminating the need for further medical intervention. She became a tri-sport athlete and worked multiple jobs. After highschool, Dr. LaValley began her undergraduate at MSUM in Moorhead and finished her bachelors in Interdisciplinary Sciences at the University of North Dakota. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her fiance who is a physical therapist and has made a profound impact on how she works with and treats patients. Her hobbies include reading, baking, biking, and hiking.