Dr. Sarah Page, Chiropractor
Dr. Sarah, originally from North Carolina, now calls Minnesota home after moving here in 2006. It was in Minnesota that she received her first chiropractic experience and quickly realized this was her calling. Dr. Sarah attended Northwestern Health Science University in Bloomington, MN where, in April 2016, she earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology.
Dr. Sarah holds the belief that our bodies are amazing and when given the proper tools, they are able to promote self-healing and wellness. This natural process is encouraged by finding the CAUSE of your symptoms and health concerns, using a system of precise spinal adjustments, along with stretches & exercises, nutritional support, and lifestyle modifications all which will help guide your journey to optimal health. Dr. Sarah believes in a holistic approach to healthcare, and views each patient as a whole rather than a single symptom to be treated. She has had the privilege of being educated in various adjusting techniques to be able to serve as many people as possible while tending to their individual needs. While she enjoys treating all types of patients and symptoms, her passion for family wellness has made her obsessed with helping families GROW healthy children from providing prenatal & pediatric care, lactation education, natural baby care, and beyond!
Dr. Sarah loves spending time with her family, Dylan and their daughter Starla. She spends most of her free time outdoors (when it’s warm!) gardening, fishing, cooking/baking, and enjoying her dogs and pet chickens.
Dr. Sarah currently sees patients at our Linden Hills location.
Certifications & Associations
:: Bachelor’s Degree, Human Biology, Northwestern Health Sciences University
:: Webster Technique Certified, ICPA
:: International Chiropractic Pediatric Association member
A Skeptic Converted
I was skeptical about messing with my back since I had never had prior chiropractic care. But the results were amazing! I stand taller and with better posture and my knees have been relieved when I run.