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Mount Morris, IL 61054 US


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Dr. Mike Nelson

  • Dr.
    Michael Nelson

    Dr. Michael Nelson has joined with the staff and professionals at Aspiring Health Chiropractic Clinic in Mount Morris.

    Dr. Nelson had previously practiced at the Rock Valley Chiropractic Associates Clinic in Oregon at the KSB Health Center for the last eight years.  Prior to that he served as Assistant Director of Alumni at Palmer College of Chiropractic with three campuses in Davenport, Iowa, Port Orange, Florida and San Jose, California.

    Dr. Nelson graduated in 1984 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport and was in private practice in Tomah, Wisconsin for 14 years before going to Palmer College to work in 1998.  While in Tomah, Wisconsin he served as president of the state alumni association and the Wisconsin Whole Health Institute.  

    Dr. Nelson is a member of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists and a baod certified chiropractic industrial consultant.   

    Prior to attending graduate school, he worked as an industrial engineer specializing in hydraulics and pneumatics and at one time worked on the construction of the Byron Nuclear Plant.  In addition to private family practice, Dr. Nelson has been a guest lecturer at numerous national and international conferences on industrial safety.  He currently sits on the Board of the Rock River Center in Oregon which assists in serving the entire county's aging population. He has served on the board of directors of the Oregon Area Chamber of Commerce, Oregon Rotary Club and is a former Commissioner of the Oregon Park District.

    Dr. Nelson is delighted to be back in practice and looking forward to continuing to serve the people here in Ogle and the surrounding counties.


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  • "My husband and I have been coming to Aspiring Health for quite some time now and are very happy and more than satisfied with the treatments. They have helped us both feel 100% better. The staff and doctors have been greatly helpful and have treated us in a very friendly, considerate and respectful manner. We would highly recommend them and their services to everyone."
    - Linda and George B.

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