Dr. Cailin Shurson, Chiropractor

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Dr. Cailin grew up in southern Minnesota and stayed in her home state while working on her bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from The University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Then it was a short journey over to Northwestern Health Science University in Bloomington where Cailin earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic.

During her chiropractic education she found a passion for Sports medicine and spent a year interning in Northwestern’s Human Performance Center. Through the program, Cailin had the privilege of working with the Vixen women’s professional football team & sidelining various high school athletics events. She was also selected as one of five interns to spend a week in Lignano, Italy for the World Sports Games. There she worked alongside doctors from seven countries, providing Sports chiropractic care to athletes from all over the world. She is currently a member of the MCA Sports Council and utilizes her talents volunteering at sporting events around the metro area.

Dr. Cailin’s passion in chiropractic is to empower people to live their  best lives & reach their own personal health goals. She has taken special interest in how the body moves & improving that movement, which has been strengthened through her study of Yoga. Dr. Cailin fully believes that “you are how you move”.

She utilizes a combination of chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue techniques, yoga & active care to get her patients out of pain & back to participating in their lives in a meaningful way. She is a huge proponent of self-care & giving patients homework to support them between visits.

Dr. Cailin has additional training and certifications in: RockTape, Graston Technique, FAKTR Technique, Sports physicals, and Concussion management & baseline testing. She is also a 230-hour Certified Yoga Teacher and is completing additional training to become certified as a Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP).

Dr. Cailin currently lives in Burnsville with her husband, Marcus & their fur-baby, a Siberian Husky named Ghost.