Meet Our Spokane Valley Chiropractor
Dr. Brian Wickstrom
Dedicated Husband, Father and Medical Professional
Head adjusting Chiropractor at River City Chiropractic in Spokane Valley, Dr. Brian Wickstrom was born and raised in the small northern Minnesota town of Grand Rapids. Dr. Wickstrom spent most of his time while growing up playing sports, hunting, fishing, or spending time on one of the many lakes in the Grand Rapids area. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia graduating with honors. Dr. Wickstrom then attended the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA graduating with honors again in 2010. For 1 year following graduation he received additional training in spinal correction, nutrition, detoxification at some of the largest chiropractic health centers in the country before opening River City Chiropractic in Spokane Valley, WA in 2011.
Dr. Wickstrom is very involved in the community establishing and leading wellness programs for area churches, schools, and businesses. He can be heard sharing the message of health and wellness on the True Health Talk Show airing 3x per week on KTW 630 AM or 96.5 FM. He has served as the team chiropractor for the Spokane Indians since 2013, while also serving on the Sports Performance Council for several national teams including USA wrestling, weightlifting, judo, and martial arts. Dr. Wickstrom loves giving and serving in the community, which is why he regularly holds community fundraisers in the office benefiting local charities and also volunteers to adjust the families at the Union Gospel Mission every month. When not in the office, Dr. Wickstrom will typically be with his wife, Kristin, and their son, Daxton, hiking, camping, biking, or spending time outside someplace.
To schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Brian Wickstrom to sit down and discuss your health and see if you are a candidate for care at our Spokane Valley Chiropractic Office and if Dr. Wickstrom feels he can help you, just as he has helped so many of our Spokane Valley neighbors.