Meet Dr. Joe Kerber
Deciding on the Natural Healing Profession
Dr. Joe planned on becoming a medical doctor until everything changed due to a car accident. During his undergraduate years, a collision left his body in bad shape.
A friend came to pick me up, literally, and bring me to the chiropractor. I needed help walking in, but I thought it was so amazing that I was able to walk out without assistance!”
He did some research, shadowed chiropractors and saw that they had fun and truly enjoyed what they did. It wasn’t until chiropractic college, however, that he realized that the benefits of chiropractic care went far beyond pain relief.
Serving Communities All Over
After completing a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at St. Cloud State University, Dr. Joe completed his Doctor of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University. While there, he received regular chiropractic care that allowed his body to function at a higher level.
Upon graduation, he worked as an associate doctor in St. Cloud before starting his own practice in St. Georges, Grenada while his wife Kelly attended medical school. During his years in Grenada, Dr. Joe became truly enlightened about the incredible impact of chiropractic. He lectured at St. Georges University Medical School and contributed to monthly radio and television programs in Grenada. He then moved to New York City and worked as an associate chiropractor before relocating to the FM area.
Living a Family-oriented Life
Dr. Joe enjoys taking care of entire families and educating our community on the benefits of chiropractic care. His goal in practice is to provide comprehensive care that includes chiropractic for the whole family and education on the importance of spinal health. He’s a member of the North Dakota Chiropractic Association and the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Dr. Joe’s goal in practice is to provide comprehensive care that includes chiropractic for the whole family and education on the importance of spinal health.
When he’s not in the office, Dr. Joe and his wife Kelly love spending time with their young daughter, Mia. They also enjoy watching movies, biking, cooking, fishing, hunting, and Dr. Joe likes to make the occasional attempt to play golf.