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Welcome to The Chiropractic Solution
Dr. Dale Rohlfing
Your Rochester Chiropractor

Call us at (507) 281-8844 today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr Dale, call (507) 281-8844 today!

Dr. Dale has been providing Chiropractic care for families in the Rochester area for over 30 years. The doctor and his office manager, Chelsey, are committed to helping you attain you maximum level of wellness and addressing your unique needs. Dr. Dale has experience treating a wide variety of conditions including arthritis, disc degeneration, osteoporosis, scoliosis, ear infections, colic, and sciatica. He is also trained in providing chiropractic care to individuals ranging from infants to seniors. If you are searching for care for or pain relief from an accident, injury or a specific condition Dr. Dale may be able to help. Even if you are looking to improve your everyday health and wellness Dr. Dale can help you attain your goals! Visit our testimonials page to see what our patients are saying about Dr. Dale Rohlfing and his Chiropractic care. If you are a current patient please head to our Facebook page and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate you taking the time to tell us what you think!

On your first visit at The Chiropractic Solution, Dr. Dale will explain how Chiropractic care works and give you a full examination so he can evaluate if his treatment would be a good fit for your condition and unique needs. If both parties agree it is a good fit, we can customize a plan of care to fit your health goals.

If you have never seen a chiropractor before and would like to find out more please email us or call us at (507) 281-8844 to speak with our experience team and have any questions answered. We welcome referrals, and are always taking new patients so we invite you to share our information with your friends and loved ones.

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Dr. Dale Rohlfing
The Chiropractic Solution | (507) 281-8844

326 Elton Hills Dr NW
Rochester, MN 55901


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have seen him off and on for nearly 20 years.
    I love how Dr. Rohlfing is an also an RN, bringing the best of both worlds to his practice."
    James Carlson

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