LifeClinic of Lakeville, MN
Meet the Team
Dr. Aaron Howe
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Aaron Howe graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire and received his Doctor of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. He has been serving patients in the Lakeville, Farmington, and Rosemount area for over a decade. Dr. Aaron was inspired to become a chiropractor after he had seen what regular chiropractic care had done to help his mother, who has been living with scoliosis and severe asthma since her youth. During his years of being a multisport athlete and witnessing what chiropractic care was doing for his mother, he sought treatment himself. After only a few visits, Dr. Aaron was not only performing at a higher level, but also experiencing less fatigue and increased flexibility. During his time at UWEC, Dr. Aaron’s mother had continued to get regular chiropractic care and was feeling the best she had felt in years. She was breathing significantly better, had noticed an improved range of motion throughout her spine and was able to stabilize the scoliosis near her lumbar spine. This made Dr. Aaron’s professional decision an easy one. While attending one of the top chiropractic colleges in the nation, he was also a captain of the school’s men’s ice hockey team, the Northwestern Naturals. During the three-and-a-half-year program, Dr. Aaron was able to perform at a high level both on and off the ice. He attributes this success to regular chiropractic care, an active lifestyle and significant support from his close friends and family. After practicing as an associate for 4+ years, he decided a change was in order and accepted a position at the Lakeville LifeClinic in August of 2017. He enjoys providing chiropractic care to the individuals and families of Lakeville and surrounding communities. Dr. Aaron is very thankful for this opportunity and will strive to be the best care provider that he can be. He has particular interest and thoroughly enjoys working on the shoulder region while also helping numerous individuals restore, maintain, and optimize their health.
Sarah Moen graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland Oregon and received their degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. They have been going through their own health and wellness journey and was inspired to become a LifeClinic Coordinator to help others be the best versions of themselves. The thing Sarah enjoys the most about helping patients is getting them the care that they deserve and watching their health improve. Sarah has many different hobbies and interests that include Pilates, volleyball, being outside and crafting.
Lakeville, MN Chiropractic Services
Lakeville, MN Rehabilitation Services
Accidents sometimes cause debilitating injuries and trauma. Our chiropractors can help in speeding up your recovery through our personalized rehabilitation services. Experience relief from physical injuries, like sprains, strains, whiplash, and other musculoskeletal disorders.
Sports and physical activities are beneficial to your physical and mental health. However, getting injured while playing sports could have negative and far-reaching effects on your health. If you get into a sports injury, reach out to LifeClinic of Lakeville. We offer rehabilitation programs that can treat injuries such as runner’s knee.
LifeClinic offers treatment for work-related injuries, such as sprains, muscle strains, and trauma to the joints and muscles. Our personalized programs will help you return to your normal activities.
Pre- & Post-Operative Care
It can take a while to recover after a major surgery but going through a rehabilitation program can help. But before anything else, keep in mind that it’s crucial to prepare your body for another medical procedure. A personalized treatment plan can help you regain mobility, strength, and flexibility.
Conditions We Treat
Let LifeClinic of Lakeville help you ease your persistent body pain. What sets general pain apart from other kinds of discomfort is its unresponsiveness to usual pain management techniques. If you continue to experience constant pain, contact your neighborhood chiropractic center.
- Repetitive Stress Disorder
- Chronic Joint & Muscle Pain
- Growing Pains
- Sprains / Strains
Lower Back Pain
People with underlying medical issues, like stenosis and scoliosis, experience pain in their lumbar area. If you’re experiencing consistent pain in your lower spine, contact LifeClinic of Lakeville and schedule an appointment.
- Low back pain
- Disc herniation
- Lower crossed syndrome
- Degenerative disc disease
Arthritis patients often experience hip pain, and this could have a negative impact on their daily life. Inflammation of the affected area, after all, could cause difficulty in walking. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, we advise that you seek a chiropractor for hip pain.
- Hip pain
- Hip impingement
- Piriformis syndrome
- Hip arthritis
Those aged 65 years and above are at risk for knee pain caused by arthritis. However, teens and young adults can also experience chronic knee pain due to sports and other injuries.
- Runner’s knee
- Jumper’s knee
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Meniscus tear
- Osgood Schlatter
- Knee arthritis
Foot and Ankle Pain
Messy and slippery surfaces could put people at a greater risk of a trip-and-fall, which could then result in foot and ankle pain. Although this is a common condition, it is essential to seek immediate treatment to prevent it from getting worse.
- Plantar fasciitis
- Ankle sprain
Anyone can experience neck pain. This musculoskeletal condition is often caused by poor posture (like what happens when leaning over a computer). Below are common conditions associated with neck pain:
- Tension headaches
- Upper crossed syndrome
Strained and overused arm muscles can cause tingling and burning sensations. So patients with shoulder pain could also suffer from limited mobility. Most individuals turn to chiropractic procedures to regain strength in their shoulder joints, bones, and muscles.
- Shoulder impingement
- Thoracic outlet
Extreme pressure and tension to your elbow may lead to the overuse of your joints and muscles. In some cases, people who have arthritis also experience elbow pain. Here are some common conditions that we aim to treat at our Lakeville chiropractic clinic:
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
- Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis)
Hand and Wrist Pain
People use their hands and wrist almost all the time. But overuse could make them prone to injuries, such as sprains and strains. In cases of crippling hand pain, it’s best to seek immediate help from experts.
- Carpal Tunnel
- Wrist sprain
What to Expect
During your 1st visit, our providers will hear the story of what brings you in, perform a new patient examination to determine the root cause of your problem, and briefly summarize what was found.
The examination consists of motion tests, palpation, reflex testing, and muscle strength, to help identify dysfunction in movement patterns and poor muscle engagement.
2 Report Of Finding
During your second visit, your provider will recap what was found in the examination, discuss a solution, review what your personal contribution to care will be, and begin treatment on that day.
3 Daily Appointments
On each subsequent visit, our providers will perform routine assessments to ensure you are track with your treatment plan and provide treatment.
Treatment visits typically consist of a combination of:
- Chiropractic Adjustments: restores, maintains, and optimizes human function by eliminating interference within the joint and soft tissue thus restoring the synergy between your joints, nerves, and muscles. Chiropractic adjustments are only available during sessions with a chiropractor.
- Integrated Muscle and Joint Therapy (IMJT): an advanced, active form of soft tissue treatment that effectively integrates the mind, muscular, skeletal, and neurological systems to achieve optimum balance throughout the body. IMJT is a patented technique available exclusively at LifeClinic.
- Rehabilitation: carefully selected exercises and activities used in a specific sequence in order to reinforce changes made with the adjustment and IMJT. Rehabilitation retrains the body’s “movement habits.”