Dr. Bradley Knox is a licensed Chiropractic Physician

Dr. Knox has wanted to become a chiropractor since a young age, after witnessing the perils of unnecessary surgery and medication in his family. Dr. Knox enrolled in the pre-chiropractic program at Minnesota State University. After two years Dr. Knox felt the need to join the military where he served in the 82nd airborne infantry for five years. During that time Dr. Knox served in combat missions to Iraq and Afghanistan; he also served on a humanitarian aid mission to Haiti.

During his time in the military, he finished his bachelor’s degree and upon completion of his military duties he enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he graduated Cum Laude with his doctorate degree. As a student, Dr. Knox attended many seminars, certifications, and extracurricular electives: Motion Palpation Institute, Applied Kinesiology, Activator technique, Flexion-Distraction, Sports Chiropractic, Graston, and Thompson technique. Dr. Knox has also been an officer of the Soft Tissue Club and the Chiropractic Biophysics Club.

As a student clinician at Palmer Clinic, Dr. Knox was nominated for the Clinical Excellence award and also participated in the Clinic Abroad program to Fiji. Dr. Knox is certified in CCSP – Sports and MDT – Sciatica (auto) and is currently working toward his 300-hour Diplomat in Functional Neurology and a Diplomat in Sports Chiropractic. Dr. Knox has always strived to get the most out of his education and give to his patients. “I feel that it is my mission to provide comprehensive up to date evidence-based care to all of my patients. By working together with each patient we can allow the body to achieve its full potential ensuring that each patient is able to live a healthy fulfilling life free from unnecessary drugs and surgery.”-Dr. Knox

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Dr. Bradley Knox is a licensed Chiropractic Physician

Dr. Knox has wanted to become a chiropractor since a young age, after witnessing the perils of unnecessary surgery and medication in his family. Dr. Knox enrolled in the pre-chiropractic program at Minnesota State University. After two years Dr. Knox felt the need to join the military where he served in the 82nd airborne infantry for five years. During that time Dr. Knox served in combat missions to Iraq and Afghanistan; he also served on a humanitarian aid mission to Haiti.

During his time in the military, he finished his bachelor’s degree and upon completion of his military duties he enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he graduated Cum Laude with his doctorate degree. As a student, Dr. Knox attended many seminars, certifications, and extracurricular electives: Motion Palpation Institute, Applied Kinesiology, Activator technique, Flexion-Distraction, Sports Chiropractic, Graston, and Thompson technique. Dr. Knox has also been an officer of the Soft Tissue Club and the Chiropractic Biophysics Club. As a student clinician at Palmer Clinic, Dr. Knox was nominated for the Clinical Excellence award and also participated in the Clinic Abroad program to Fiji.

Dr. Knox is certified in CCSP – Sports and MDT – Sciatica (auto) and is currently working toward his 300-hour Diplomat in Functional Neurology and a Diplomat in Sports Chiropractic. Dr. Knox has always strived to get the most out of his education and give to his patients. “I feel that it is my mission to provide comprehensive up to date evidence-based care to all of my patients. By working together with each patient we can allow the body to achieve its full potential ensuring that each patient is able to live a healthy fulfilling life free from unnecessary drugs and surgery.”-Dr. Knox