Dr. Matt Tanneberg's purpose is to have a positive impact on the people that are in his life.
Well before graduate school, he enjoyed helping and supporting others in attaining their health and wellness goals.
As a former collegiate hockey and baseball player, he understands the importance of working as a team
to achieve goals.
When Matt was 15 years old his mother passed from melanoma. As a result, he decided to become a health care
provider, with the goal of helping others in need.
Matt’s purpose is to not only treat but educate his patients, so they are independent in taking care of
He understands that we weren’t given a health and wellness manual at birth, so he has taken it upon himself
to provide his patients with this education.
His mission is to keep his clients active and healthy so they can have the life they deserve.
Dr. Matt Tanneberg has been featured in, written articles for or quoted in: Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Men's Journal, CBS Sports, NBC News, Yahoo News, USA Today, CNN, Forbes, Nike, Livestrong, Runner’s World, Bicycling, USA Football, Eat This Not That, Stack, Accuweather, MD Monthly, Prevention, The Huffington Post, Reader’s Digest and Chiropractic Economics.
Spinal adjustments: restores lost motion in joints. Safe and effective method of treating musculoskeletal conditions, helping to align the spine and remove pressure from compressed nerves. Helping neck, upper, mid and lower back pain, as well as headaches.
Extremity adjustments: the joints of our arms and legs get ‘stuck’ just like the spine. Shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands and fingers, as well as hips, knees, ankles, feet and toes
2. Soft Tissue and Sports Therapy
Manual therapy: done primarily with hands to manipulate muscle, restore muscle tone and loosen joints, such as myofascial release with movement, scraping (IASTM), cupping, hypervolt, kinesiotape
Therapeutic exercises: retrain joints and soft tissue after injury to perform at an optimal level, regain range of motion and strength
Spinal decompression: take pressure off of spinal discs and subsequent nerves
ARP Wave: helping injured muscle heal and break down of existing scar tissue
4. Strength and Performance
Strength and conditioning specialist: strength and mobility exercises, return to sport guidance
What to expect:
New Patients: 45-60 min where the patient is able to tell their story with the provider actively listening. Getting to know each patient in order to best treat them. Treatment plan that is individualized to each patient and their needs to address each specific injury, condition and patient, making sure the goals of the patient align with the treatment of the provider. Certain cases require diagnostic imaging, most commonly X- rays or MRI’s, to help us grasp more information regarding the condition.
Follow up visits: 30 min, always one on one, addressing current concerns and treating appropriately, with the patient's goals as the focus.
Equipped with private treatment room for 1 on 1 care, as well as an open gym space for training and rehabilitation with top of the line equipment and separate spinal decompression room.