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Meet Dr. Fischbach-Charron

  • Dr.
    Alyssa J. Charron

    Linn Family Chiropractic, P.C. is excited to announce the addition of another member to our team.

    Dr. Alyssa J. Fischbach-Charron is a Nebraska board-licensed Chiropractic Physician and a northeast South Dakota native.  Dr. Fischbach-Charron attended Wayne State College where she played for the WSC Women's Basketball Team and earned her bachelors degree. After WSC, Dr. Fischbach-Charron attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN and received her doctorate in November 2014. Dr. Fischbach-Charron is also very active in post graduate education. She has earned several specialty soft tissue certifications including Active Release Technique (ART), Fascial Manipulation, Graston Technique, and is also certified in Fascial Movement Taping.

    Dr. Fischbach-Charron is currently a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council (ACASC), and the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association (NCPA).

    Dr. Fischbach-Charron was able to play in every high school and college game of her athletic career and gives a lot of credit to chiropractic care for keeping her healthy.  Dr. Fischbach-Charron’s own experiences with chiropractic care during this time led her to focus on chiropractic care for athletes with a special emphasis on stability, mobility, and functional performance.  She also has a passion and focus on prenatal, postnatal, and pediatric care for women and children, but enjoys treating patients of all types and ages.     

    Dr. Fischbach-Charron and her husband, Kraig, are new to the community of Columbus and are excited to be back in Nebraska and part of this community.  Dr. Fischbach-Charron enjoys music, outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and hunting, coaching, and sports training/competition.

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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Dr. Fischbach-Charron has helped me immensely with my chronic lower back pain. I have dealt with low back pain for over 10 years and have seen many chiropractors, medical doctors, and physical therapists for my condition. No one has given me the relief that Dr. Fischbach-Charron has. With the soft tissue work and adjustments she performs I can finally say I am virtually pain free. Unlike other doctors, she pays close attention to my personal concerns and genuinely cares about each and every patient."
    - Kelli from Columbus, NE

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