Dr. Ashley L. Wagner, DC, CACCP is your family’s trusted source for chiropractic care. She holds a high level certification in pregnancy and pediatric care that not many doctors in the region have achieved. It is her passion to provide safe, gentle and effective care for your family when you need it most.
Following graduation from VCSU, Dr. Wagner began the Chiropractic Doctorate program at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. On top of the required Chiropractic coursework, Dr. Wagner became certified in Pregnancy/Pediatric Care and Acupuncture.
In her spare time, Dr. Wagner enjoys spending time with her husband, Cody, and her two sons, Easton and Jaxon. She also enjoys golfing, kayaking, reading, & sewing.
Chiropractic is a primary healthcare profession that specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions affecting joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves of the body. Treatment consists of a wide range of hands-on techniques designed to improve function of the joints and relieve nerve irritation, which often results in relief of pain and muscle spasm, as well as improved body function. The techniques provided are tailored to the individual needs of each patient. Our goal is to utilize the specific techniques
The most common techniques/treatments utilized by Dr. Wagner include the following:
- Manual/Diversified Spinal and Extremity Adjusting
- Thompson Drop Table Adjusting
- Physiotherapy Modalities (Ultrasound Therapy & Electric Muscle Stimulation Therapy)
Dr. Wagner provides gentle, effective chiropractic care for the entire family. Her advanced training and certification in pediatric and pregnancy care provides her with the knowledge and experience that very few others in this region have.
Acupuncture is an Eastern Medicine technique that uses very fine needles in specific points of the body that aid in the healing process. Acupuncture is the oldest continuously practiced form of medical care in the world, and it is used by nearly one-third of the world as the primary form of healthcare.
Does it hurt when the needles are inserted?
Most people say that it does not hurt. In fact, many times the patient is unaware that the needle was even inserted! The needles are approximately the size of a strand of hair.
What conditions can be helped by Acupuncture?
The list of conditions that may be helped with acupuncture treatment is virtually endless! Some of the most common conditions/symptoms that people seek acupuncture treatment for include the following:
- Acute & Chronic Pain
- Digestive Disorders (Crohn’s, Irritable Bowel Disease, etc)
- Female Disorders (Infertility, Menopause, Endometriosis, PMS, etc)
- Addictions (Smoking, Alcohol, etc)
- Wellness Care
Is Acupuncture covered by my health insurance?
Some insurance companies cover acupuncture, but please call your insurance carrier to verify this coverage for your specific plan.