Dr. Chad Rogers passion for chiropractic medicine was sparked during his time as a wide receiver and punt/kick returner on the Concordia College football team in Moorhead, MN. The physical nature of football led Dr. Rogers to a chiropractor that was a Concordia alumnus. The weekly adjustments he received, not only made him feel better before, during, and after practice and games, but he found that his body functioned better overall with regular chiropractic care. This led him to shadow and work for the chiropractor as a chiropractic assistant.
After graduating from Concordia, Dr. Rogers was accepted and enrolled in chiropractic school at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. Chiropractic school gave Dr. Rogers experience in treating a wide array of patients, from professional athletes, to new born babies, all the way up to patients that were ninety years old. His time, education, and practice at Northwestern prepared him exceedingly well for his career as a practicing chiropractor.
Patients will find that Dr. Rogers employs a hands-on approach, using the diversified technique to treat patients. Often times, he will have A’Lynn Mikkelson, LMT, perform soft and/or deep tissue massage, to reduce muscle spasm, hypertonicity, and inflammation prior to adjusting the patient. Moist heat packs and muscle stimulation may also be used to treat soft tissue.
While Dr. Rogers graduated high school in Butte, Montana he is thrilled to be practicing back home in Lewistown, Montana. Dr. Rogers was born and raised in Lewistown and loves treating the patients who make this community home. When he is not in the office, you can find him golfing, bow hunting, or spending time outdoors with his wife, Chelsey, and their dog Hoss. Dr. Rogers and the Rogers Chiropractic family are committed to providing Central Montana with a friendly environment and the best chiropractic care possible.
A'Lynn was born and raised in Central Montana and grew up on a ranch south of Windham, attending school in both Stanford and Hobson. After High School she began her college career at Jamestown College where she played basketball and threw the Javelin for two years. The desire to be back in Montana was strong so a transfer to Montana State University took place and there completed her degree in Sports Management.
A'Lynn stayed in Central Montana working at a Big Spring Water, Konitz Contracting, Heartland Seed, and Levox Fitness Center, all while raising two boys. In January of 2005, the decision was made to continue her education and obtain a professional certification in Massage Therapy. In May of 2005 A'Lynn was able to begin her practice and she graduated from Big Sky Somatic Institute in Helena in 2007 and has now been practicing for 13 1/2 years. Since becoming certified, several hours have been spent each year in Continuing Education Classes for issues like: Orthopedic Massage and Care, Kinesio Taping, Health and Wellness, Myoskeletal Alignment, and Medical Massage, to name a few. A'Lynn performs a variety of modalities, ranging from Hot Stones and Cupping to Energy and Therapeutic Deep Tissue massage. A'Lynn accumulated countless hours on the sidelines of baseball, football, basketball, and track competitions helping local athletes. Assisting a wide age range of weekend warriors has been a large part of her career as well. She has also spent several seasons coaching both basketball and track. Through these various endeavors and working closely with other coaches, trainers, physical therapists, and physicians has been a large part of how a wealth of knowledge, experience and information in the health, wellness, and fitness arena has been gained.
A'Lynn loves everything about the outdoors, spending time with her family, and chasing her grandson, Jettson.