meet the team
Jeff Plaster D.C.
Care Comes First
After years of hard work and strenuous studying, I began practicing as a professional Doctor of Chiropractic in 2016. My extensive medical knowledge combined with an ongoing curiosity to learn about the latest trends and define my success in the medical and chiropractic fields.
I grew up in the small town of Cedarburg, WI north of Milwaukee. From there I attended Iowa State University in Ames, IA where I earned my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and Health while discovering my true passion for health. While in undergrad I experienced chiropractic for the first time. It was so life changing that I put all my time and effort into becoming a chiropractor from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN where I received my Doctorate Degree.
I pride myself with being an expert in my field. School courses alone were not good enough. I attended 47 seminars before graduation to get expertise. I have done extensive research into corrective care and structural rehabilitation of the spine which sets me apart from the rest.
PATRICK JOZWIAK D.C.
I have a passion for advancing each patient's health. I'm committed to identifying the root cause of your issue and building a recovery strategy that will quickly get you back to living your life with sustained physical wellness.
I find it frustrating when I hear patients say they were told they were just going to have to live with it - whether it is pain and/or mobility issues.
My experience is that when you take the time to unearth the true source of the problem, it's possible to make a focused plan that achieves sustained well-being. I take a different approach to chiropractic care, integrating kinesiology, neurology, pain management, supplemental nutrition and supportive exercises, giving you a better and faster recovery with longer-lasting results. I have been providing comprehensive chiropractic recovery care to help people for over 15 years. I obtained my Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree from Lifewest Chiropractic College in Hayward California.
My name is Bailey. I'm a native of Farmington, MN. I graduated from Farmington Highschool. I am currently enrolled at Dakota County Technical College to get my degree in Dental Assisting. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
My name is Carlee, I'm a native of Farmington, MN. I graduated from Farmington High School in 2018 and Dakota County Technical College in 2021 with my certificate in administrative support. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
I have been a massage therapist for 14 years. I got my massage degree from High-class Beauty & massage School in Richfield in 2004. I specialize in deep tissue, reflexology, prenatal, lymphatic techniques, and trigger point therapy.
I've developed revitalizing technique which helps increase a person's range of motion, reduce stress, and improve circulation. My passion is massage therapy. I am a friendly and approachable person and very outgoing.
I am happily married and have a 13-year-old daughter. In my off time I enjoy water activities, traveling, love the ocean, and most of all I love spending time with my husband and my daughter.
Renee Doric is a certified massage therapist that received her Associates of Science degree from NWHSU in 2019. She is certified and experienced in relaxation and therapeutic massage, as well as Neuromuscular Therapy.
Renee uses fascial techniques and trigger point therapy to loosen adhesions as well as broaden and lengthen tissues.
With a thorough knowledge of referral patterns and human anatomy, Renee uses these skills to assess the underlying issues with soft tissue pain. She says, " I first became interested in becoming a massage therapist at age 11 after receiving my first massage and it changed my world. I gained this whole new perspective of how I could feel the best possible with chronic pain. It gave me awareness of my body. As I work on each patient I see, I grow more and more invested in helping others in their healing journey through massage therapy."
Renee thoughtfully accommodates each patient's situation and finds the best route to helping them begin to manage their pain. She communicates about pain and pressure levels and leaves the session up to the patient as to what they need, as well as offers suggestions and asks questions about range of motion.