About 2019-11-26T02:36:56+00:00

Dr. Jason Gerard

Doctorate of Chiropractic
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology
International Speaker

Education Background
Northwestern College of Chiropractic
BioMed Science Major, St. Cloud State University
North St. Paul High School

International Chiropractic Association Wellness Research Organization Member
Gonstead Clinical Society Member
Eaglebrook Church, White Bear Lake, MN
Member of the USA Wellness Advisory Council for Wrestling, Judo, and Weightlifting
President of ChiroMission, Inc., International Charity
Owner of Lakewoods Chiropractic, Since 1999

Dr. Christopher Wolner

Educational Background
Northwestern College of Chiropractic – Doctor of Chiropractic
Saint Olaf College – Bachelor of Arts – Biology

Doctor of Chiropractic licensed by the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Chiropractic On-Site Employee Health and Safety Certificate
National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners
Certified Screening Test Technician
National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians – EMT-B
EMSRB – Licensed EMT-B in Minnesota
EMSRB Examiner
American Heart Association – BLS/Heartsaver Instructor

Dr. Wolner grew up on a farm south of St. James, MN, which is a small town in the southern part of the state. Athletics have always been a passion for Dr. Wolner, and when he was injured in a high school event, he sought out a local chiropractor to get him back on the field. Chiropractic continued to help him through his college football playing days as well. The compassion and care he received gave him the inspiration to want to help others just like he was helped and becoming a chiropractor was the obvious choice for a career.

As his career has evolved, Dr. Wolner has taken a vested interest in Occupational Health, where he as taken several hundred hours of additional training. For three years Dr. Wolner had an office on-site of a home manufacturer where he would see the employees at no cost to them (the employer paid for the care). This proved to be beneficial to all parties as employees were healthier, injuries decreased dramatically, and costs to the employer in workers’ compensation claims decreased by over $350,000 the first year. He now enjoys speaking to different organizations to what he calls “Occupational Athletes,” hoping to provide information on preventing injuries and improving health.

When not seeing patients, Dr. Wolner enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters and getting in an occasional round of golf. He also volunteers as an Emergency Medical Technician at a hospital-based ambulance service in western Minnesota a few weekends a month.