What YOU SHOULD know


Name:

Chad J. Rohlfsen D.C.


Occupation:

Chiropractor & Spinal Tunist


Chiropractic Education:

Palmer College of Chiropractic 1998

Father 1959, Brother 1989


Home Town:

Born In Forest City Iowa

Now is Indianola/Norwalk Iowa area


FAVORITE PAST TIME:

My Family, Practice, Apple Computers, Radio, Horses.


Favorite AUTHORS:

Ayn Rand “Atlas Shrugged/The Fountain Head” 

C.S. Lewis "The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe"

Bruce Lipton "Biology of Belief" 


PLACES I’ve Lived & Traveled:

Lived: Iowa, Hawaii, Arizona

Traveled to 35 states and 5 countries


PERSONAL MOTTO:

Hey, LIFE Happens!...  I just Adjust!


songs I love

  1. 1.Change The World  - Eric Clapton

  2. 2.Invisible Touch - Phil Collins (Genesis)

  3. 3.Piano Man -Billy Joel

Gonstead Chiropractor

Sunrises are my favorite!
Dr. Rohlfsen care is very different, even though he still offer straight forward hands on Gonstead Chiropractic care. He also offer another unique method called Advanced Neurophysiological Integration, (A.N.I.). This technique  that is so unique, that no other chiropractors in the Des Moines metro area are able to offer. It is designed to enhance the standard type of care that chiropractors are known for giving.


Why Did He  Become A Chiropractor?

Ever since he was a small child people have commented that he had the gentle strong hands of his father, a once great chiropractor. He always use to rebel against that idea because he couldn’t see himself sitting in a little office listening to people complain all day.  Fortunately I had learned that chiropractic is not only about helping people with pain, but it is a way to help people live fuller, healthier lives!  It’s very fulfilling for him to see people reach their healthy potential through the release of interference in their nervous systems.   It is this concept of wellness through Chiropractic , as well as Spinal Tuning that helps me reach as many people as possible.


Dr. Chad States;

"Although I am more than happy to help people who are suffering, I feel it is my obligation to help them learn how to live a better, higher quality of life. Kind of like the old adage,“Give the man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach the man to Fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” No matter if they are in pain or not. If you have NO desire to live at a higher quality of existence, then realistically there is nothing I as your doctor can really do for you other than constantly patch together a body that is steadily falling apart.


The seed of healing starts from within the patient. If you restrict or inhibit it’s growth in any manner, there is no way you can get better and you will always deal with the same problem as it gets worse over time. Fortunately I have the skill and knowledge to help you grow that seed to it’s fullest potential."


One of Dr. Rohlfsen's favorite past times is taking SunRise pictures. ENJOY!