Dr. Christopher E. Patten
Dr .Chris Patten studied undergraduate school at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He graduated from chiropractic school from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2008 located in St. Louis, Missouri, with a doctorate in Chiropractic and a degree in Human Life Science.
Dr. Chris has hundreds of hours of post graduate work and continues to learn on weekends. He has studied and trained with Dr. Dan Pompa with Health Centers of the Future focusing on proper heavy metal exposure and detoxification. Dr. Chris also holds an Internal Health Specialist (IHS) degree from the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Therapy.
Dr. Chris is an active member of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association. He is an active member of the local civic group Kiwanis Club of Litchfield, and is a past president of that club.
Dr. Chris is married to his wife Annie and they currently have 4 children, Molly, Edward, Vincent, and Jane. They reside in Litchfield MN.
Dr. Chris loves health and anything that involves keeping people healthy. Dr. Chris has grown up in a chiropractic family and has seen first hand how our body has the great ability to heal naturally, as long as there isn’t any interference. That is the big reason Dr. Chris always teaches his patients about the Big 3 T’s: Toxins, Trauma, and Thoughts.
As a chiropractor, Dr. Chris loves to treat the following conditions:
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I’m a big fan of using the power of chiropractic to help someone naturally gain their health back. When you understand how the body works and is controlled and monitored by our nerve system, little irritations can effect our health. Chiropractic helps improve that and balance those interruptions. When you take a sick person and use chiropractic with a well balanced diet and nutritional work, magic can happen. It’s fun to see the improvements!