About Dr. Edling

Going strong after 15 years

Going strong after 19 years

For those that don’t know much about me here is a brief bio:  I’m originally from St Croix Falls Wi.  My parents had the funeral home for 50 years in St. Croix Falls Wi.  Growing up in a funeral home had many spooky moments for me and especially my friends.  I knew that wasn’t my calling and got into Chiropractic after a personal experience with it that changed my life and how I look at my health.  I had chronic ear infections as  kid and had tubes put in three times without any benefit.  I also had four knee surgeries and I tried to keep keep playing football but couldn’t do it anymore.  So my career as an athlete was over for the time and Chiropractic adjustments turned my life around and off to Chiropractic school it was.  Now 25 years later and 500,000 delivered adjustments I know my community is healthier.  One of the things I enjoy and I feel is vital is education on living better with better health choices.  I do weekly educational classes designed to help you get your health back and keep you being healthier with better living strategies!

My practice has always emphasized sports injuries since I’ve been working with athletes from coaching to taking care of them.  I’m a certified Chiropractic sports physician and have worked closely with 2 olympic cross country skiers over 3 olympics.  I founded the Osceola youth football program with Tyler Ahlstrand and Tim Germain.  I currently work with many of the Osceola athletes and especially have a fondness for football.

Over the past four years my practice has evolved to where I’m working with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, IBS, migraines, fibromyaliga, weight loss patients, and a host of auto-immune conditions.  This neurometabolic approach has taken many many hours of studying to help the chronic patient have a better quality of life.  If you have a chronic condition and you haven’t gotten results then you are going to the wrong physician.  I have studied under the leading holistic practictioner in the united states Dr. Datis Kharizzien.  I use blood work and other metabolic test to determine the underlying cause of your problem and use muscle testing and other eastern techniques to help assist in healing.

I’m married to Mary who greets you every time into our clinic.  She has been a great asset to our clinic and has a wealth of knowledge with her background as a teacher, divinity degree, and law degree.   We’ve been married for 19 years and have 2 boys Connor and Riley.

My hobbies are going to as many ballgames as possible and cross-country skiing which I’ve completed 20 American Birkebeiners.   I also enjoy mentoring Chiropractic students.  18 former patients of mine are now Chiropractors!!

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