Dr. Dan

Mill Creek WA Chiropractor near me

Dr. Dan Fricke grew up in Monroe, Washington and has been receiving wellness treatments  from chiropractic care since he was in third grade.  By getting regularly adjusted and living the principles of health promoted in chiropractic, he lives a virtually pain free life today and is currently involved in a wide variety of outdoor sports he loves.

During the first three years of his undergraduate studies at BYU, Dr. Dan studied human biology, became fascinated with the human eye, and was headed into the field of optometry.   Following a series of events during his junior year and suffering from two consecutive spinal injuries, one while wakeboarding and the other a dislocated rib (both of which he sought chiropractic care for), he re-evaluated the way he wanted to help others.   As a result, he enrolled in Life Chiropractic College West in San Francisco in August 1999 upon graduation from BYU.

Following completion of his acedemic studies at Life Chiropractic College in December of 2002, Dr. Dan began  a two year residency  in Seattle.   The first few years of his career were in partnership with another chiropractor, and now he has branched out into a solo practice in Mill Creek.  Dr. Dan is known for his high level of expertise,  treatment results, compassion and genuine love and concern for his patients.

Dr.  Dan uses safe and effective drug-free methods in his integrative approach to chiropractic  that includes  exercise rehabilitation, soft tissue therapies, and nutritional supplementation to help each individual patient reach their personal health goals. He  is continually taking technique courses to further his knowledge and ensure that he provides his patients with the best chiropractic care possible.

Whether you are looking to achieve your optimal health or suffering pain from a motor vehicle accident, a  sports injury, sciatica, carpal tunnel, migraines, or  other problems throughout the body, Dr. Dan is here to help you begin the healing process,  get you on the road to recovery and back to  doing the things you love to do.