If there’s one thing Healing Arts Chiropractic wants you to know, it’s that there is hope. If you have chronic pain, it’s not something you have to live with.
The team there has success story after success story, and the positive changes they’ve been able to make for their clients’ lives is nothing short of amazing. “That’s what chiropractic can do for you,” Melanie Paape, operations manager, said. “It’s not just a back pain kind of thing. Chiropractic keeps your body well. Sometimes we’ve even been able to fix things we didn’t know were wrong.”
One client there was a 60-year-old woman in a wheelchair who doctors said would never walk again. After visits to their office, she eventually was able to use a walker, and now she can walk with a cane.
Healing Arts truly believes in the work they do for the health of people of all ages, and their inclusive approach to care is likely why they’ve grown so popular—and won the People’s Choice Award at last year’s ChamberChoice luncheon.
President Dr. Kevin Paape first founded it in 2003 after practicing chiropractic with his father in Bismarck. Their clinic has seen a steady increase in the number of patients, growing on average by 11% over the last three years. They have also gone from 900 square feet with 1 doctor and 1 part-time employee to over 3,000 square feet, 3 doctors, 8 full-time staff and several part-time employees.
The team strives to give all patients a 5-star service experience. They have even been honored with the prestigious 5 star office award from Integrity Doctors.
Excellent reviews from customers show that Healing Arts Chiropractic is doing a great job. Consistent feedback mentions their above-and-beyond care, and friendly and knowledgeable staff.
One of Dr. Paape’s goals is to bring more chiropractic awareness to the community. They want 80% of the population to be reached with chiropractic care, and they work with other practitioners to help realize that goal. “We see the value of everyone that works in this area,” he said. “Everyone knows you should go to the dentist to keep your teeth healthy. Our mission is to make sure everyone understands that it is as important to maintain your spine so that you can continue to enjoy life.”
Aside from the education component of their public outreach, Healing Arts gives back to the community through organizations like Hope Inc., Firstlink, Brave Hearts for Kids, Cystic Fibrosis and more. Their employees are encouraged to volunteer, and they often allow students to come in and job shadow.
Over the next three years, they have more plans for growth, including adding more doctors, more employees, and even new locations.
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